‘Rub A Duck’ is a daring, experimental masterstroke

There are few things more exciting than seeing the birth of something truly unique. With just a handful of performances under their belt, Frank Wo/Men Collective has firmly planted their flag into the Austin arts landscape with their bizarre, bold, and brazen experimental performances, and with their latest, they've created one of the most audacious … Continue reading ‘Rub A Duck’ is a daring, experimental masterstroke

Austin Playhouse’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’ a lively, joyful adaptation of the Austen classic

When I first walked in to Austin Playhouse's Sense and Sensibility, I expected a pleasant, if dry, evening of Austen-esque wit. When the actors burst on to the scene, "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" blaring through the theater and chairs wheeling around the stage, I knew this was something truly different. Playwright Kate Hammill's … Continue reading Austin Playhouse’s ‘Sense and Sensibility’ a lively, joyful adaptation of the Austen classic

Austin Playhouse provides a smartly directed, boldly performed ‘Salesman’

There are certain plays that hold a special place not just in the world of theatre, but in the public conscience. Tartuffe, Romeo and Juliet, The Cherry Orchard, A Doll's House: all of these have become cultural touchstones as much as performance pieces.. With this esteem also comes a challenge for anyone daring to put … Continue reading Austin Playhouse provides a smartly directed, boldly performed ‘Salesman’

“Nevermore” is a polished, professional night of gothic wonder

Those who know Edgar Allen Poe probably know him for two things: for being one of the greatest writers in American history, and for having an incredibly depressing life. With their latest production, Nevermore, madcap musical mavens Doctuh Mistuh productions, led by their fearless leader Michael McKelvey, combine these two elements to create a beautiful … Continue reading “Nevermore” is a polished, professional night of gothic wonder