Barry Pineo

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Energy Abounding
Energy Abounding
Few words better encompass what the Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company is all about

Arts, July 7, 2006

Bernadette Nason
Bernadette Nason
A working actor's dreams come true

Arts, July 7, 2006

Arts Review
The Hollow
Although Different Stages' production of Agatha Christie's mystery The Hollow demands all one's focus and concentration, its stylish design, strong acting, and surprises make it worth it in the end

Arts, July 7, 2006

Fat Pig
Fat Pig
Heavy mettle

Arts, June 30, 2006

Arts Review
A Brief History of Helen of Troy
Capital T Theatre Company's 'A Brief History of Helen of Troy' depicts a lot of brutality in a teenage girl's world, but ultimately it's about caring, connection, and love

Arts, June 30, 2006

Arts Review
The 24th Day
Not everything in Arts on Real's production of The 24th Day comes together as well as it might, but Tony Piccirillo's script works quite effectively on the level of human drama

Arts, June 23, 2006

Mozart! (Like You've Never Heard It Before)
At last, his last 'Mass' complete

Arts, June 16, 2006

Arts Review
The Intergalactic Nemesis Trilogy
Salvage Vanguard Theater's repertory revival of all three parts of its popular Intergalactic Nemesis series parodying science fiction radio serials delivers three evenings of gluttonous intergalactic delectation

Arts, June 16, 2006

Requiem
Requiem
Making beauty on an eyesore

Arts, June 9, 2006

A Place To Land
A Place To Land
There's no place like you-know-where

Arts, June 9, 2006

Arts Review
Talent Show 1989 and Catastrophe Theory
Though the shows Talent Show 1989 and Catastrophe Theory aren't related, the Getalong Gang's spoof of junior high talents and Stephen Pruitt's account of his career path both offer much in the way of entertainment

Arts, June 2, 2006

Good Humor Man
Good Humor Man
Former 'Seinfeld' writer/comic Pat Hazell is funny, upbeat, generous, and, oh yeah, he lives here now

Arts, May 26, 2006

The 24th Day
The 24th Day
A thriller and so much more

Arts, May 19, 2006

Arts Review
Tintypes
Violet Crown Players' revival of the revue 'Tintypes' doesn't always work theatrically, but musically, its celebration of early 20th-century American music is pleasing to hear

Arts, May 12, 2006

Arts Review
Triple Espresso
'Triple Espresso's premise, with a performing trio reuniting and resolving old conflicts, is just an excuse for three expert entertainers to strut their stuff

Arts, May 5, 2006

Arts Review
Static
The Salvage Vanguard Theater world premiere of Ryan Pavelchik's 'Static' seats 12 viewers in a hotel room with a man desperately seeking to find himself

Arts, April 14, 2006

The Women
The Women
The more things change ...

Arts, April 7, 2006

Arts Review
Kissing the Goodbye
Dying and the worth of individual lives are treated with a refreshing and uplifting respect in Zell Miller III's family drama 'Kissing the Goodbye'

Arts, March 31, 2006

Art Outside
Taking art to another place

Arts, March 24, 2006

'Where Are They Now?'
'Where Are They Now?'
Triple play

Arts, March 10, 2006

'Greyhounds and Other Virtual Ways to Travel'
'Greyhounds and Other Virtual Ways to Travel'
Movement about moving without moving

Arts, March 10, 2006

Gary Grinkle's Battles With Wrinkles And Other Troubles In Mudgeville
Watching Second Youth Family Theatre's visually delicious theatrical confection 'Gary Grinkle's Battles With Wrinkles and Other Troubles in Mudgeville' is like seeing a children's book come to life

Arts, March 10, 2006

Not Clown
Not Clown
Big Apple Circus

Arts, March 3, 2006

La Follia's Musical Moonlighting
La Follia's Musical Moonlighting
Composers who didn't quit their day jobs

Arts, Feb. 17, 2006

Stella Adler and the American Theater
Stella Adler and the American Theater
Changing the course of acting

Arts, Feb. 17, 2006

Arts Review
Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!
The Jewish Community Association of Austin production of 'Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!' is that rare revue where you actually care about the characters and what happens to them

Arts, Feb. 17, 2006

Rodrigo Duarte-Clark
A kitchen, relationships, and trust

Arts, Feb. 10, 2006

FronteraFest Short Fringe Best of the Week, Week 4
The Best of the Week for week four of the 2006 FronteraFest Short Fringe lived up to the high expectations for 'the fringe theatre event of the Southwest'

Arts, Feb. 10, 2006

Arts Review
Two Into War
Different Stages' pairing of Naomi Wallace's 'The Retreating World' and Fraser Grace's 'Gifts of War' offers solo portraits of two victims of war, staged with sensitive simplicity

Arts, Feb. 3, 2006

'Technologies of Writing'
'Technologies of Writing'
Change is on the page

Arts, Feb. 3, 2006

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