It’s been over two months since I updated this blog, but I have a really good excuse, I swear—I got married!
Now that the craziness of wedding planning/wedding clean-up is abating, I’m going to try to get back to updating this on a regular basis (especially since the theater reviews require a certain amount of timeliness).
This post will just be a lot of catch-up (just like most of the recent ones have been), since I’ve gone so long without putting anything up. We’ll start with the theater reviews.
First up, there were two pretty unique pieces I put together in the past couple months. The first is a best-of for 2016, oh-so-creatively titled Best of live theater in Austin: A critic’s 2016 favorites.
The second is an interview with John Tiffany, who directed Harry Potter and the Cursed Child along with the show I was previewing in the piece, a stage adaptation of the Swedish novel/film Let the Right One In. This one has a slightly better title: National Theatre of Scotland brings blood-soaked love story to Austin.
Now, on to the reviews themselves, beginning with Let the Right One In!
The Great Society
Cecil Washington Jr., left, and Steve Vinovich portray Martin Luther King Jr. and President Lyndon B. Johnson in “The Great Society” at Zach Theatre. Contributed by Kirk Tuck
The World According to Snoopy
Death of a Salesman
I won’t list all my Software Advice pieces here, but I do have a nice new bio up that you can check out!
And last but not least, we’re only a few weeks away from my book being released! Check out its listing on Amazon as well as on the University Press of Mississippi site!
I think that’s all for now, and I’ll (hopefully) be seeing you more regularly from here on out!