March Updates

Yup, it happened again. I went awhile without posting an update, which is frustrating to me but also a positive sign that I’ve got a lot going on, so there’s that.

Here, once again, is a big old update of all the things I’ve had published in the past month.

Sightlines

Here’s another piece I wrote for the fabulous online magazine Sightlines as their resident pop culture columnist, this time about the most significant piece of pop culture to come out in the past month:

Black Panther, White Critic

Time Out Austin

Next up, here’s my recent blog posts for Time Out Austin:

Five SXSW 2018 events for theater lovers

‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ defies conventional theater—including rehearsals

How three production companies are trying to change the lack of diversity in Austin theater

Theatre en Bloc’s ‘The Secretary’ is a tragically timely comedic premiere

Austin American-Statesman/Austin360

Finally, here’s the most updates, my work for the Austin-American Statesman and Austin360, beginning with a feature/preview I wrote about the national tour of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder:

One actor tackles multiple roles in ‘A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder’

And then a big old list of various and sundry reviews:

Sex and sardines: City Theatre’s ‘Noises Off’ is an energetic farce

UT production of ‘Enron’ takes on toxic masculinity of American corporate culture

Hyde Park Theatre’s latest offers message on life, death and what gives us meaning

Rude Mechs modernizes another Shakespeare play, with dynamic results

Ground Floor Theatre’s ‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ weds script, spontaneity and sassiness

In this comic musical, the bad guys always win

City Theatre’s ‘Bad Jews’ questions tradition and incites debate

So, there you have it, another mega-update! I can’t even remotely promise that I’ll be able to keep up with new posts going forward, so probably expect another omnibus like this in another month or so.

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