Avimaan Syam

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Arts Review
Lear
The flashy modern setting takes priority over Shakespeare's text in this update

Arts, June 2, 2011

Arts Review
The Dudleys!: A Family Game
This ambitious new play imagines a family crisis as an 8-bit video game

Arts, May 19, 2011

Arts Review
The Zoo Story
Both versions of Albee's two-man confrontation deserve to be seen and in tandem

Arts, May 5, 2011

Arts Review
August: Osage County
Zach Theatre makes you feel right at home with Tracy Letts' epic family drama

Arts, April 21, 2011

Arts Review
You Wouldn't Know Her, She Lives in London/You Wouldn't Know Him, He Lives in Texas
This play's use of social media and interactive tech brings something new to theatre

Arts, March 10, 2011

Arts Review
The Threepenny Opera
Inventive direction and fun acting make a wonderful spectacle of Brecht's dark world

Arts, Feb. 24, 2011

Arts Review
Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins
This drama about the Texas writer is informative, entertaining, and inspiring

Arts, Feb. 3, 2011

A Samuel Beckett Cabaret
Long Fringe

Arts, Jan. 27, 2011

A Writer's Vision(s)
Long Fringe

Arts, Jan. 27, 2011

Arts Review
Austin Secrets
This improv show respects the sentiment and courage behind the secrets it tells

Arts, Jan. 13, 2011

Top 10 Gifts From 2010 (In Random Order)
Top 10 Gifts From 2010 (In Random Order)
Savoring 2010's immaculate acting, arresting beauty, and over-the-top comedy

Arts, Jan. 6, 2011

Arts Review
Crumble (Lay Me Down, Justin Timberlake)
At times the play's quirky elements get in the way of its touching study of grief

Arts, Dec. 17, 2010

Arts Review
Biography of Physical Sensation
A re-creation of a person's sensory experiences that shouldn't be missed

Arts, Oct. 22, 2010

Arts Review
Cowboy Noises
Jaston Williams' tales from his life are heartwarming and surprisingly poetic

Arts, Oct. 15, 2010

Arts Review
The Imaginary Invalid
At St. Edward's, Molière's satire is a tight two hours of irreverent, blue humor

Arts, Sept. 24, 2010

Arts Review
The Tempest
Shakespeare's last play is ably acted, but the staging lacks heart

Arts, Sept. 17, 2010

Arts Review
Early Girl
This play set in a brothel is less about sex than about blocked hearts

Arts, Aug. 13, 2010

Arts Review
Circle Mirror Transformation
Hyde Park Theatre brings Annie Baker’s Obie-winning comedy to well-acted, entertaining life

Arts, July 23, 2010

Arts Review
re:Psyche
A fine creative team works to reimagine a myth, its own play, and love itself

Arts, July 2, 2010

Arts Review
Sexual Perversity in Chicago
Paladin Theatre Company's revival reveals the feelings behind the laughs

Arts, May 28, 2010

Arts Review
The Dream
This rock & roll take on the Bard aims for spectacle more than meaning or heart

Arts, May 14, 2010

Arts Review
Body Awareness
This story of people trying to do what's right is both real and really funny

Arts, May 7, 2010

Arts Review
The Atheist
Joey Hood's embodiment of the title character gets you loving the lying bastard

Arts, March 12, 2010

Arts Review
A Brief Narrative of an Extraordinary Birth of Rabbits
This fantastical show, like a circus, delivers one engaging act after another

Arts, March 5, 2010

Arts Review
John & Jen
Penfold Theatre once again mounts a chamber musical that's heartfelt and true

Arts, Feb. 12, 2010

Arts Review
Endgame
Palindrome Theatre's debut squeezes all the meaning it can from Beckett's bleakness

Arts, Jan. 29, 2010

Arts Review
A Christmas Carol
Performing Dickens' tale solo asks a lot of a storyteller, but Bernadette Nason delivers

Arts, Dec. 18, 2009

Arts Review
Staged by the Bell
If you watched Saved by the Bell as a kid, you'll have a darn good time at this staged send-up

Arts, Oct. 23, 2009

Arts Review
The Collection
In the true spirit of Pinter, Hyde Park Theatre's production is delightfully maddening

Arts, Sept. 18, 2009

Arts Review
Orestes
Cambiare's Orestes is refreshingly fast but, tragically, a bit loose

Arts, Aug. 14, 2009

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