Barry Pineo

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Top 10 Most Memorable Theatrical Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2005 (A Hierarchical List)
Top 10 Most Memorable Theatrical Offerings That I Chanced to See in 2005 (A Hierarchical List)
'Chronicle' theatre writer Barry Pineo names his 10 favorite stage productions of 200

Arts, Jan. 6, 2006

A Tuna Christmas
A Tuna Christmas
No place like the road for the holidays

Arts, Dec. 30, 2005

Holiday Productions
Holiday Productions
Traditions of the traditions

Arts, Dec. 16, 2005

'Puerto Rico Mi Patria'
'Puerto Rico Mi Patria'
Saving the Island for Themselves

Arts, Dec. 9, 2005

'Pale Idiot': Return to the Rudeness That Started It All
As a celebration of 10 years of rudeness, the Rude Mechanicals are reviving the show that started it all, Kirk Lynn's absurdist comedy 'Pale Idiot'

Arts, Dec. 2, 2005

'The Santaland Diaries': Zach's New Home for the Holidays
'The Santaland Diaries': Zach's New Home for the Holidays
When it has three popular shows and only two theatres to run them in, what does Zach do? Turn the old bicycle shop next door into Santaland.

Arts, Nov. 25, 2005

UT Choral Arts Society
UT Choral Arts Society
Singing you into an English cathedral

Arts, Nov. 18, 2005

Arts Review
Macbeth
Intense is an apt word for describing Shakespeare's bloody Macbeth, but intense moments in the UT Department of Theatre & Dance's new revival are few and far between

Arts, Nov. 18, 2005

Arts Review
Up in the Old Hotel
The delights of Refraction Arts Project's 'Up in the Old Hotel' are many, but the creators seem to assume that you already know a lot about 'New Yorker' writer Joseph Mitchell

Arts, Nov. 11, 2005

Theatre: Classic Comeback
Theatre: Classic Comeback
Throughout November, Austinites have the chance to see four plays that have stood the test of time: 'Hamlet,' 'Macbeth,' 'The Way of the World,' and 'The Playboy of the Western World'

Arts, Nov. 11, 2005

Ansel Adams: Revelations
Ansel Adams: Revelations
The Ransom Center exhibition 'Ansel Adams: A Legacy' lets you experience the works of the best-known of American photographers as art rather than commerce

Arts, Nov. 4, 2005

Arts Review
Americamisfit
Discovering why a rockabilly singer is in the middle of a play about mass-murdering brothers in the American Revolution is one of many delights in Dan Dietz's genius play 'Americamisfit'

Arts, Nov. 4, 2005

Arts Review
Chopper
Leah Ryan's 'Chopper' has the quirky characters and bizarre humor of many Hyde Park Theatre productions, but sympathizing with its disconnected characters is difficult

Arts, Nov. 4, 2005

The Essential Chopin: A Genius Displaced
The Essential Chopin: A Genius Displaced
In advance of her Oct. 30 program, the Essential Chopin, pianist Mary Robbins talks about Chopin and Mozart, and what makes for essential Chopin

Arts, Oct. 28, 2005

Americamisfit: Rock & Revolt
Americamisfit: Rock & Revolt
Dan Dietz's new play 'Americamisfit' may get you to question the way we Americans romanticize the sudden, violent change of revolution

Arts, Oct. 28, 2005

Austin Symphony: Everything Old Is New Again
Austin Symphony: Everything Old Is New Again
The Austin Symphony's local premiere of Kevin Puts' 'Symphony No. 2': 'Island of Innocence,' evokes the cultural shift after 9/11 in a dramatic score

Arts, Oct. 21, 2005

Actors From the London Stage: Just the Essentials
Actors From the London Stage: Just the Essentials
With Actors From the London Stage in residence at UT, you can see five actors reduce theatre to its essential elements: actors, audience, story

Arts, Sept. 30, 2005

Home Entertainment: Neighbors Blowing Bubbles by the Rising Moon
Home Entertainment: Neighbors Blowing Bubbles by the Rising Moon
In the city's back yards, Leticia Rodriguez and Tim Mateer are turning strangers into neighbors through evenings full of home entertainment

Arts, Sept. 23, 2005

The Windy Side of the Law: Bard for the Defense
The Windy Side of the Law: Bard for the Defense
You can experience the connection between the law and literature by attending 'The Windy Side of the Law: Shakespeare's Twelfth Night'

Arts, Sept. 16, 2005

Arts Review
The Evidence of Silence Broken
In his impressive solo show, 'The Evidence of Silence Broken,' spoken word performer Zell Miller III wears his heart, his mind, and his very soul on his sleeve

Arts, Sept. 16, 2005

Arts Review
The Three Cuckolds
At the Blue Theatre, you can see an outstanding example of commedia dell-arte in Tongue and Groove Theatre's awesomely entertaining production of 'The Three Cuckolds'

Arts, Aug. 26, 2005

'10 Minutes Max': Just Enough Time to Get Moving
'10 Minutes Max': Just Enough Time to Get Moving
The clock is ticking for local movement artists, as Dance Umbrella brings back its ever-popular program of new short movement pieces, '10 Minutes Max'

Arts, Aug. 26, 2005

Arts Review
Gag Reflex
The sketch comedians of Gag Reflex have lots of interesting ideas and deliver some funny performances in their new revue, but all the bits aren’t as tasty as you’d like.

Arts, Aug. 19, 2005

Fears of a Clown
Fears of a Clown
'La Putain Avec Les Fleurs'

Arts, Aug. 12, 2005

Getting Kids Into the Act
Getting Kids Into the Act
Curtain up on GRRL Action and Vortex Summer Youth Theatre

Arts, July 22, 2005

Arts Review
The Flu Season
'The Flu Season' is difficult, jumping off in many different directions while focusing on love, time, memory, storytelling, and the nature of the real, but in mounting it here the Championship Theatre Group deserves its name

Arts, July 15, 2005

A Double Life
A Double Life
Napoleon Beazley was executed by the state of Texas, but he lives again in a new play

Arts, July 15, 2005

Getting Inside Napoleon
Getting Inside Napoleon
In The Two Lives of Napoleon Beazley, actor Forest Van Dyke has the responsibility of playing the title character, an honor student who committed murder

Arts, July 15, 2005

Arts Review
Ondine
The plays of Jean Giraudoux are rarely staged today, so Coda Theatre Project's 'Ondine' is, while flat in places, a courageous and heartening show

Arts, July 8, 2005

Arts Review
The Mikado
The Gilbert and Sullivan Society of Austin's latest production of 'The Mikado' is a somewhat flawed jewel, all the more charming for its blemishes

Arts, July 1, 2005

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