First Update of 2018

Well, it’s happened again. I’ve fallen woefully behind on my updates. The good news, though, is that I’ve fallen behind because I’ve been doing so much, including becoming a regular pop culture columnist for the fabulous Sightlines magazine!

*To begin with here’s the two pieces I wrote for Sightlines most recently, about comic books and toys. I’m living every pre-teen boy’s dream!

The Comics of 2017

The Toys That Played Us

*Here’s a slew of my weekly blog posts for Time Out Austin:

Look forward to spring with four upcoming school theater productions

Austin Playhouse resurrects an old play with a modern message

One of Austin’s most experimental theaters celebrates its 30th anniversary

What to watch for at this year’s off-the-wall FronteraFest

Two new theater companies are making a splash in Austin

“The Seagull” takes flight at Austin Shakespeare

*Next, a dollop of reviews from the Austin American-Statesman:

Austin gets to know classic musical ‘The King and I’

Austin Playhouse brings back timely, moving story of immigrant to small-town Texas

Play about Juarez murders – and how we react to such stories – challenges audiences at the Vortex

Family-friendly ‘Finding Neverland’ charms but never quite soars

Bilingual play offers inclusive message for Austin children

Strong performances, dynamic visuals boost Zach Theatre’s ‘Curious Incident’

*Finally, a feature that I also wrote for the Statesman about Austin Arts Hall of Famer Zel Miller III:

Austin poet/performer talks race, fatherhood and arts in Austin

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