Monthly Archives: October 2019

Review: Capital T Theatre’s It Is Magic is, well, magic

Here’s another blog-only review—It is Magic, the latest offering from Capital T Theatre which, despite initial appearances, is a perfect Halloween treat. “It Is Magic” (playing through November 24th at Hyde Park Theatre) is the latest work by playwright Mickle … Continue reading

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October Updates

It’s been quite a busy October for me on several levels, so here’s one of my increasingly-frequent catch-up blogs with recent pieces for the Austin American-Statesman and Austin360, including one of the biggest raves I’ve ever written! Why this ‘Jesus … Continue reading

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Review: Hang asks big probing questions, but provides few answers

Time for another blog-only review, this time of the premiere production from a new Austin-area company, Horizon Line Theatre! Hang, by debbie tucker green, is an elliptical play that asks its audiences questions as much through what is left unsaid … Continue reading

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Zach’s bloodless ‘Dracula’ is sexy but lacks bite

I’ve just come from the premier of the 50th Anniversary National Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar, which is one of the greatest pieces of live theater I’ve ever seen. But that review will run tomorrow, and I’ll post it soon … Continue reading

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A few STATESMAN Pieces

September and October are always busy times for Austin theater, so here’s a few more recent pieces (with still more to come in the next few weeks): Theater Q&A: What a teen girl might feel watching ‘Dance Nation’ Hidden Room … Continue reading

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