Monthly Archives: September 2015

Hyde Park Theatre’s “The Quarry”

My review of The Quarry, a spooky show with some strong performances and a few serious flaws.

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“She Was Born” and She Is Bold at the Off Center

My review of a strange, but beautiful, little avant-garde show at the Off Center called SHE WAS BORN.

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Capital T Theatre’s “Year of the Rooster” something to crow about

My review of a phenomenal production of the offbeat play Year of the Rooster by Capital T. Theatre!

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“Guys and Dolls” delights at TexARTS

My review of the TexARTS’ lively, if uneven, production of the musical theatre classic, Guys & Dolls.

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‘Robin Hood: An Elegy’ at the Vortex puts hero in modern racial divide

Read my review of the Vortex’ timely new play, Robin Hood: An Elegy.

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