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Heather Barfield Cole

7 articles in 2006

Double Exposure

In Double Exposure, writer/performers Wayne Alan Brenner and David Jewell offer old and new material they've created, and their knack for capturing nuance in the mundane entertains

Arts Review, Nov. 17, 2006

9x9x9

In Randy Wyatt's '9x9x9,' Coda Theater Project offers a kooky thought piece on life / death and the power of God, but a lack of clarity in presentation undercuts some of the fun

Arts Review, May. 5, 2006

Bad Dates

Theresa Rebeck's Bad Dates is a guilty pleasure, offering reflections on relationships, jobs, fashion, and dating through genuinely captivating monologues

Arts Review, Apr. 21, 2006

Durang/Durang

In the St. Edward's University production of Christopher Durang's redundantly titled 'Durang/Durang,' canonized American plays transform into comedic farce

Arts Review, Apr. 7, 2006

Antigone

Mary Moody Northen Theatre's 'Antigone' opens in riveting fashion, but its clever 1960s concept ultimately doesn't plumb the depths of this Greek tragedy

Arts Review, Feb. 24, 2006

FronteraFest Short Fringe

With FronteraFest 2006 in full swing, the January 27 Short Fringe program offered an assortment of theatrical ingenuity, frivolity, and tenderness

Arts Review, Feb. 3, 2006

Top 10 Spontaneous Catharses and Other Performance Effects of 2005

'Chronicle' theatre writer Heather Barfield Cole names her 10 favorite performing arts experiences of 2005

Arts Feature, Jan. 6, 2006

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