Elizabeth Cobbe

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Arts Review
Three Days of Rain
Few young stage companies risk as much or succeed as well as Penfold Theatre Company does

Arts, Oct. 2, 2009

Arts Review
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
For real spelling bee champs, see Spellbound. For their comic counterparts, see this.

Arts, Oct. 2, 2009

'The Jungle'
'The Jungle'
Trouble Puppet renders butchery in simple terms

Arts, Sept. 18, 2009

Arts Review
The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
In this battle for Narnia, Aslan is taken down by a lack of vision and weak direction

Arts, Sept. 4, 2009

Arts Review
¡No Se Paga! We Won't Pay!
Teatro Vivo's kitchen-sink farce runs a little rough but funny

Arts, Aug. 21, 2009

Arts Review
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Summer Stock Austin's Sweeney Todd, aside from a few tech mishaps, is a bloody good thrill of a show

Arts, Aug. 7, 2009

Arts Review
The Music Man
Even in the record heat, Zilker Theatre Productions' revival delivers a good time

Arts, July 24, 2009

Arts Review
Henry V
This one-man version succeeds in staging Shakespeare's enormous play with clarity

Arts, July 17, 2009

Arts Review
The Long Now
Beth Burns' play has the seed of a unique love story, but it still needs developing

Arts, May 29, 2009

Arts Review
A Number
Half the fun of Different Stages' absorbing production is talking about it later

Arts, May 8, 2009

Evolving Dialogue
Evolving Dialogue
Can Sharon Sparlin's play get science and religion to stop yelling and start talking?

Arts, May 8, 2009

L. Nowlin Gallery
L. Nowlin Gallery
A photographer takes her shot – at running a gallery

Arts, May 1, 2009

Arts Review
A Flea in Her Ear
This Feydeau farce is like an apple pie: familiar, and it tastes good going down

Arts, April 10, 2009

Arts Review
The Heidi Chronicles
What makes Wendy Wasserstein's play still relevant ekes through at City Theatre

Arts, April 3, 2009

Arts Review
Heroes
A strong ensemble abets this witty but quiet play about three old French soldiers

Arts, March 13, 2009

Arts Review
Cyrano de Bergerac
This worthy production of Rostand's play reveals the rock star in its romantic hero

Arts, Feb. 20, 2009

Rocketing Through Hard Times
Rocketing Through Hard Times
Yellow Tape and other small theatre groups blast past the black hole of the recession

Arts, Feb. 20, 2009

Arts Review
Red Light Winter
The script's faults and poor production choices hinder Displaced Theatre's debut

Arts, Jan. 16, 2009

Top 10 Belly Laughs of 2008
Chronicle Arts writer Elizabeth Cobbe remembers the sweetest comedic moments in 2008

Arts, Jan. 2, 2009

Arts Review
The Nutcracker
Cynic admits: Ballet Austin's take sparks the imagination with beauty and grace

Arts, Dec. 19, 2008

Arts Review
Gorilla Man
Like its confused hero, this rock musical doesn't seem to know what it really is

Arts, Dec. 12, 2008

Arts Review
Getting Married
Different Stages has fun with Shaw's dissection of the institution of marriage

Arts, Nov. 28, 2008

Arts Reviews
Frankenstein: A Trouble Puppet Show
A creative adaptation that offers the pleasure of seeing good puppeteers at work

Arts, Nov. 7, 2008

Arts Review
Glengarry Glen Ross
Watching Mamet's salesmen self-destruct may help you understand what happened to your IRA

Arts, Oct. 24, 2008

Arts Review
A Thumping Raging Explosion of Light and Marvelous Texture
Yellow Tape's latest doesn't thump or rage but whispers something wonderful to you

Arts, Oct. 10, 2008

Artists as Developers
Artists as Developers
A symposium gives creative types a new role in rebuilding neighborhoods

Arts, Sept. 19, 2008

Arts Review
Twelfth Night
Scottish Rite Theatre serves up Shakespearean comedy with actors who know their stuff

Arts, Aug. 15, 2008

Teatro Vivo: Giving Voice to Its Own
Teatro Vivo: Giving Voice to Its Own
In a departure, the company mounts a program of plays by four of its artists

Arts, Aug. 15, 2008

Arts Review
The Clean House
Zach Theatre's production is so good that you wish you were onstage with the characters

Arts, Aug. 1, 2008

Arts Review
The Red Balloon
Tongue and Groove Theatre's new show leaves you feeling like something dark and heavy has been lifted up and carried far, far away

Arts, July 18, 2008

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