Barry Pineo

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Arts Review
A Beautiful View
For much of Daniel MacIvor's A Beautiful View, its two characters keep finding and losing each another, but in the end, though something is lost, something beautiful is found again

Arts, Jan. 19, 2007

The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?: Tragedy defined
The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?: Tragedy defined
With The Goat, or Who Is Sylvia?, playwright Edward Albee proves he is still able to shock us, move us, and create a true tragedy

Arts, Jan. 19, 2007

Arts Review
Big River
TexARTS' Big River, its first foray into full-scale musical production, was more than impressive; it was energetic, entertaining, and joyous

Arts, Jan. 12, 2007

Portraits of the Artists as FronteraFest Regulars
Portraits of the Artists as FronteraFest Regulars
Why they perform year after year after year

Arts, Jan. 12, 2007

Tapestry Dance Company: Movin' out
Tapestry Dance Company has to leave its home of 10 years, but it's headed for bigger and better digs in South Austin

Arts, Jan. 12, 2007

Top 10 Most Memorable Locally Produced Live Performance Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2006 (A Hierarchical List)
Top 10 Most Memorable Locally Produced Live Performance Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2006 (A Hierarchical List)

Arts, Jan. 5, 2007

Arts Review
Pageant
There's something inherently entertaining about men in women's clothing, and you'll rarely see so many men in so much women's clothing as you will in Naughty Austin's quite entertaining revival of Pageant

Arts, Dec. 29, 2006

Arts Review
The Nutcracker
Everything about Ballet Austin's 44th annual production of The Nutcracker breathes artistry, with numerous disparate elements coming together seamlessly, thanks to choreographer Stephen Mills

Arts, Dec. 15, 2006

Rob Nash: Bedford Falls, by way of Television City
Rob Nash: Bedford Falls, by way of Television City
Austin solo performer Rob Nash is moving to Los Angeles, and as a parting Christmas gift, he's created a holiday special that never was:It's a Wonderful Life, 70s Christmas Special, Starring the Fonz

Arts, Dec. 15, 2006

Austin Eurythmy Ensemble: Our bodies, our instruments
Austin Eurythmy Ensemble: Our bodies, our instruments
With their performance of Touched Twice, the members of the Austin Eurythmy Ensemble mark 10 years of embodying sound through movement

Arts, Dec. 8, 2006

Austin Symphony: Meeting the orchestra the first time
The Austin Symphony gets in touch with our inner child through a concert featuring some of the classical music that most people first heard when they were young

Arts, Dec. 1, 2006

Arts Review
The Way of the World
Despite the script's dizzying mishmash of complications, the UT Department of Theatre & Dance's production of The Way of the World is effective, transporting you to another time and place

Arts, Dec. 1, 2006

Arts Review
Plaid Tidings
Zachary Scott Theatre Center's charming production of Plaid Tidings, the sequel to the hit musical revue Forever Plaid, proves you can never have too much of a good thing

Arts, Nov. 24, 2006

Arts Review
The Assumption
'The Assumption' is Refraction Arts Project's very modern and entertaining take on 'Hamlet' – a Shakespearean satire of all things hillbilly and all things Eastern, set to a rock & roll beat

Arts, Nov. 3, 2006

'The Fall of the House of Usher': When Debussy was a Poe boy
'The Fall of the House of Usher': When Debussy was a Poe boy
With UT's hosting of the Debussy International Congress comes a Halloween treat: an operatic adaptation based on Edgar Allan Poe's 'The Fall of the House of Usher'

Arts, Oct. 27, 2006

The End of Words: An Evening With Eugène Ionesco
Coda Theater Project's staging of three one-acts by Eugène Ionesco suffers from its attempts to inject emotion and motivation into absurdist texts, but the plays themselves are still eminently entertaining

Arts, Oct. 27, 2006

Arts Review
The Rocky Horror Show
The Zachary Scott Theatre Center revival of 'The Rocky Horror Show' provides Austin, and especially fans of all that is Rocky, with an experience worthy of the word classic

Arts, Oct. 20, 2006

Free Night of Theater 2006: Encore run, still no charge
After a smash debut in 2005, the Free Night of Theater goes nationwide, with 300 performances across the country – including 21 in Austin – being offered at no charge

Arts, Oct. 6, 2006

Arts Review
Bars, Bedrooms, Bukowski
Watching 'Bars, Bedrooms, Bukowski,' a theatrical version of four Charles Bukowski stories, it's obvious that adaptor/director James Cotton loves his subject matter

Arts, Sept. 29, 2006

Gary Payne: Man of mystery
While he's best known for producing murder mystery dinner theatre, this month sees Gary Payne in a more traditional mystery: Anthony Shaffer's Sleuth

Arts, Sept. 22, 2006

Arts Review
The Muses: Memories of a House
Certainly theatre has been offered in homes before, but rarely have so many pieces (13) been offered in a single home as in 'The Muses: Memories of a House,' presented by the Vestige Group

Arts, Sept. 15, 2006

Arts Review
Confessions of a Mormon Boy
In his 'Confessions of a Mormon Boy,' Steven Fales reveals intimate details about his life as a Mormon and a male escort and proves himself as brave and courageous as a performer can be

Arts, Sept. 1, 2006

'Seven Year Itch': REALMdanceproject's lucky number
Folks don't often make a big deal out of a seventh anniversary, but with all the changes in REALMdanceproject this year, the troupe thought it a good idea, hence its new show, 'Seven Year Itch'

Arts, Aug. 11, 2006

Arts Review
American Fiesta
The revival of Steven Tomlinson's American Fiesta arrives with such hype, one might think it would have difficulty living up to it; but with this uplifting, transcendent show, one would be wrong

Arts, Aug. 11, 2006

Arts Review
Psycho Beach Party
Prairie Oyster Productions' staging of 'Psycho Beach Party' is trashy, but it's meant to be: a campy, albeit loving, send-up of all things beach, all things Sixties, and all things Hitchcockian

Arts, Aug. 11, 2006

'Psycho Beach Party'
Dueling Chicklets

Arts, Aug. 4, 2006

The Play About the Baby
In the Coda Theater Project production of 'The Play About the Baby,' the actors deliver Edward Albee's brilliant and dreamlike play cleanly and clearly

Arts, Aug. 4, 2006

Arts Review
Petra's Cuento
With Teatro Vivo's enjoyable revival of the bilingual comedy 'Petra's Cuento,' no matter what language the characters are speaking, it's a language you'll understand

Arts, July 28, 2006

Arts Review
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
With 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers,' directors Ginger Morris and Robin Lewis and a wealth of local musical talent have created something truly special: the best Zilker Summer Musical in the past 10 years

Arts, July 14, 2006

The Play About the Baby
The Play About the Baby
Little is certain (not even the baby)

Arts, July 14, 2006

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