Monthly Archives: May 2018

New Sightlines Column: Love and Sex in the Time of Incels

Well, it had to happen sooner or later. I wrote 2,000 words about sex robots: Love and Sex in the Time of Incels (And other things, too, of course.) (But also: sex robots.)

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Just A Few Updates

I may have fallen behind again, but only by a few posts this time! First, my latest Time Out Austin blog posts: Theatre en Bloc’s ‘Cry It Out’ puts female friendships front and center How one Austin theater company is reworking … Continue reading

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Shakespeare meets sitcom: ‘Merry Wives of Windsor’ brings laughs to Zilker Park

I have another new review up for the Austin American-Statesman, this one about Austin Shakespeare’s annual “Shakespeare in the park” production of The Merry Wives of Windsor at Zilker Park! Shakespeare meets sitcom: ‘Merry Wives of Windsor’ brings laughs to Zilker Park … Continue reading

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‘Cry It Out’ looks at motherhood, friendship and what it means to have it all

My latest review is up, covering a strong new offering from Theatre en Bloc and one of my favorite local directors, Lily Wolff! ‘Cry It Out’ looks at motherhood, friendship and what it means to have it all

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New Review, New Podcast!

Here’s my latest review, of the world premiere of Sheila Cowley’s new play TRIO courtesy of Austin’s Filigree Theatre! The real and surreal blend as ‘Trio’ makes its world premiere in Austin I forgot to post this last week, but I returned … Continue reading

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