Iris Brooks

13 entries
Women Who Steal
Women Who Steal
Austin Playhouse's revival takes this female comedy beyond Thelma-and-Louise territory

Arts, Sept. 7, 2007

Babble For Your Soul
Babble for Your Soul is a rare opportunity to see live theatre with very minimal commitment and the pleasure of being entertained, engaged, perhaps edified

Arts, Aug. 31, 2007

Arts Review
One Flea Spare
Gobotrick Theatre Company's One Flea Spare is a worthwhile production of a play that's smart and crafted with a rare dexterity and elegance

Arts, Aug. 24, 2007

Arts Review
The King and I
Allison Orr's choreographic tribute to Elvis Presley, The King and I, is perceptive, inventive, and surprisingly engaging

Arts, Aug. 17, 2007

Thoroughly Modern Millie
The young musical thespians of Summerstock Austin's Thoroughly Modern Millie are determined to entertain you, and they succeed impeccably

Arts, July 27, 2007

Arts Review
The Constant Wife
Different Stages has put together a production of Somerset Maugham's The Constant Wife, which makes for an elegant, enjoyable, urbane evening of theatre

Arts, July 6, 2007

Arts Review
The Threepenny Opera
The Threepenny Opera, the deliciously caustic musical by Brecht and Weill, has been reinterpreted by Austin Playhouse, with unfortunate results, as a kind of broad slapstick

Arts, June 29, 2007

Arts Review
Ruddigore, or The Witches Curse
With Ruddigore, the Gilbert & Sullivan Society of Austin has provided a welcome opportunity to experience one of the less seen works of the G&S canon performed with aplomb

Arts, June 15, 2007

Arts Review
Songs for a New World
For fans of the contemporary musical, City Theatre Company's production of the Jason Robert Brown revue Songs for a New World is a welcome opportunity for fresh, engaging entertainment

Arts, May 25, 2007

Arts Review
Moonlight and Magnolias
With its quick tempo, rapid-fire jokes, and backstage look at Gone With the Wind, Austin Playhouse's Moonlight and Magnolias is accessible, short, and extremely entertaining theatre

Arts, May 4, 2007

Arts Review
Plump Jack
The cast of the UT opera theatre production of Plump Jack performs admirably, but the score and direction make the glorious rogue Falstaff just a drunken fat crook

Arts, April 27, 2007

Arts Review
Ah, Wilderness!
Ah, Wilderness!, Eugene O'Neill's only comedy, is given a lavish treatment at the Mary Moody Northen Theatre, resulting in a dream production full of bright, endearing charm

Arts, April 19, 2007

Arts Review
Lettice and Lovage
Different Stages' Lettice and Lovage is a treat for Peter Shaffer's excruciatingly witty script and the easy rapport between the two lead actresses

Arts, April 13, 2007

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