Late May Publications

I’ve gone and done it again; I let a few weeks go by without posting each piece as it’s gone up, and now I’ve got a backlog!

To quickly catch up, let’s begin with a preview/interview I wrote for the Austin American Statesman about the Broadway tour of An American in Paris:

For this musical, the feet are as important as the beat

Next, a post for Time Out Austin that is sadly my last, at least for a while, since Time Out has decided to discontinue its Austin content:

The Heartland Theatre Collective tells powerful stories about Texas women

And, last but certainly not least, more theater reviews for the Austin American-Statesman:

A play with few words makes you feel as if you’re part of this spiritual retreat

A classic opera, telenovelas, border politics and drag shows all offer inspiration for this play

Theater company gives look ‘Back/Stage’ at life with special needs

With science fiction and sexy one-liners, this puppet show is not for kids

Broadway in Austin’s ‘An American in Paris’ is a spectacular production of a dated story

Little-known musical ‘Lucky Stiff’ comes alive with comedic bits

That’s all for now, but more reviews to come soon!

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