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Experiential House of L Brings Global Style and International Glamor to SXSW
If we were conspiracy theorists – always a fun thing to get into in one’s copious free time, n’est-ce pas? – we’d suspect that HOUSE OF L’s Lana Carlson and Leslie Gossett were somehow secretly responsible for Bob Schneider being the winningest man in the city at the recent Austin Music Awards.

8:00AM Sat. Mar. 9, W. A. Brenner Read More | Comment »

Ice Pick’s Pies Are Warming Up This Cold Town
Let’s begin with the truth that, if these pies weren’t so remarkably good, we wouldn’t be writing this post at all.

2:00PM Wed. Mar. 6, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

Zach Theatre Lands Terrence McNally World Premiere
Zach Theatre was happy enough to be presenting the second-ever staging of a Terrence McNally play when it added Fire and Air to its 2018-19 season. But in anticipation of the production, the playwright has done so many rewrites on the drama that he now considers it a new play, which means Zach is producing its world premiere.

1:05PM Tue. Mar. 5, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is America: Part Two
In producing the play Notes From the Field – an investigation into the school-to-prison pipeline by Anna Deavere SmithZach Theatre was able to have four local actors play the interview subjects that Smith usually plays herself. Those four sat down for a long conversation about the play and their experiences on and offstage.

11:20AM Thu. Feb. 28, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

This Is America: Part One
In producing the play Notes From the Field – an investigation into the school-to-prison pipeline by Anna Deavere SmithZach Theatre was able to have four local actors play the interview subjects that Smith usually plays herself. Those four sat down for a long conversation about the play and their experiences on and offstage.

11:20AM Thu. Feb. 28, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

Review: Our Town
The City Theatre Company, which has temporarily lost its permanent venue due to unforeseen permit issues, has found refuge at Picturebox Studios and in Our Town’s Grover’s Corners. They are a good fit.

10:00AM Wed. Feb. 27, Bob Abelman Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Comedy: Your 2019 Lineup
So, 44 comedians walk into a conference … As the opening to a joke, it’s not too hot. But as news about SXSW 2019, it sets up loads of laughs, ’cause this year’s Comedy Festival includes Kathy Griffin, The Daily Show News Team, James Adomian, and Broad City’s Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer.

1:17PM Tue. Feb. 26, Robert Faires Read More | Comment »

OUTsider Fest Review: Rhythm Nation 1814
As Austin’s transmedia celebration OUTsider Fest brought its fifth year to a close, there was perhaps no better way to end the festival than with a performance sidebar dedicated to Janet Jackson.

11:00AM Mon. Feb. 25, Beth Sullivan Read More | Comment »

OUTsider Fest Review: Nia & Ness' Home.
If one woman told the truth about her life, poet Muriel Rukeyser wrote, the world would split open. Nia and Ness are definitely in the business of splitting the world open, one performance, one audience at a time.

11:21AM Sat. Feb. 23, Lilli Hime Read More | Comment »

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