Patti Hadad

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Arts Review
Cheater
With cheating so hip today, Andrea Skola and Shrewd Productions have put together eight original 10-minute plays that explore the contemporary nuances of being a cheat

Arts, May 12, 2006

Arts Review
The Glory of Living
As staged by Hyde Park Theatre, Rebecca Gilman's 'The Glory of Living' walks a tightrope between offensive slurs and comical jabs over solemn social issues

Arts, March 31, 2006

Arts Review
The Shape of Things
Neil LaBute's 'The Shape of Things,' staged by a chick and a dude productions, destroys the kind of cutesy relationships usually reserved for melodramatic chick flicks

Arts, March 3, 2006

Arts Review
Rosita's Jalapeño Kitchen
In Teatro Vivo's staging of 'Rosita's Jalapeño Kitchen,' a full cast acts as ingredients for recognized recipes to Mexican life

Arts, Feb. 17, 2006

Arts Review
House and Garden
'House' and 'Garden,' Alan Ayckbourn's coupled comedies performed in tandem by a single cast, is really one show divided between two stages

Arts, Jan. 27, 2006

FronteraFest Short Fringe: Best of Week One
Improv, Butoh, cabaret, and one of those commanding performance moments that make FronteraFest made up the Short Fringe 2006 Best of Week One

Arts, Jan. 20, 2006

Arts Review
A Christmas Carol Roasting on an Open Fire
With his solo show 'A Christmas Carol Roasting on an Open Fire,' Rob Nash has lit a fire under Dickens' perennial fable like Austin's problem child with a grill

Arts, Dec. 23, 2005

Arts Review
A Christmas Carol
The State Theater Company brings its artistry to bear on that most conventional show of the season, 'A Christmas Carol,' and delivers a perfectly packaged production

Arts, Dec. 16, 2005

The Nutcracker
Ballet Austin's 43rd production is what you might call a big-ticket ballet, a sensational show that's all about dreams coming true

Arts, Dec. 16, 2005

Larkin's Journey
Larkin's Journey
New York choreographer Regina Larkin keeps coming back to Ballet East

Arts, Dec. 2, 2005

Fidencio Durán: Painting the Known World
Fidencio Durán: Painting the Known World
This fall, Fidencio Durán's 20 years of painting have earned him a midcareer retrospective at Mexic-Arte Museum

Arts, Oct. 21, 2005

Arts Review
A Man for All Seasons
In Austin Playhouse's 'A Man for All Seasons,' David Stahl's immaculate Sir Thomas More stands his moral ground with humility, humor, and insight

Arts, Oct. 21, 2005

Arts Review
Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll
Portraying the radical bastards of Eric Bogosian's one-man show 'Sex, Drugs, Rock & Roll,' Ken Webster is a babbling bear on crystal meth

Arts, Oct. 14, 2005

Arts Review
Come Home
Yellow Tape Construction Company's self-styled indie folk musical 'Come Home' plays out like a quaint indie film with Midwestern melancholia and harmony

Arts, Oct. 7, 2005

Arts Review
Song From the Sea

Arts, Sept. 30, 2005

Arts Review
Phaedra's Love
Renaissance Austin Theatre Company's staging of 'Phaedra's Love' is not for the prudish eye, what with its incest, murder, rape, and graphic scenes that require splash guards

Arts, Sept. 23, 2005

Trouping Ahead
Trouping Ahead
Latino Comedy Project keeps creating laughter and its own opportunities

Arts, Aug. 26, 2005

Arts Review
Aztlan Underground
In 'Aztlan Underground,' Aztlan Dance Company again shatters Latin dance stereotypes, twirling the pieces and making a mosaic of its own contemporary style

Arts, Aug. 19, 2005

Arts Review
La Putain Avec Les Fleurs
A review of Roho Productions' "junk melodrama."

Arts, Aug. 12, 2005

Two(Funny)fer Words
The Friday Night Twofer is a new night of hilarity building on the recent explosion of improvisational theatre and comedy troupes in Austin

Arts, July 29, 2005

Arts Review
Petra's Pecado
Rupert Reyes' bilingual comedy 'Petra's Pecado' hits the audience with Mexican culture like a well-wrapped enchilada washed down with a frosty margarita

Arts, July 29, 2005

Arts Review
The Two Lives of Napoleon Beazley
The Original Theatre Company's 'The Two Lives of Napoleon Beazley' presents the story of a Texas teen sentenced to death with heartbreaking scenes, evoking pathos for injustice

Arts, July 22, 2005

The Next Diegos
The Next Diegos
Mexic-Arte's 'YLA No. 10' showcases the work of tomorrow's great Latino artists

Arts, July 8, 2005

Arts Review
Appointment With Death
Even without Hercule Poirot, the Different Stages production of Agatha Christie's 'Appointment With Death' provides a satisfying mystery

Arts, July 8, 2005

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