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The Foreigner
Austin Playhouse does right by this popular American comedy, mining all the laughs and also making its point
Arts Review  June 5, 2014, by Adam Roberts
"...This is a play that centers on character development, and Toner, Mercantel, and Stahl exemplify the shifting qualities in the journeys of their characters. For the most part, Haydee Antunano's costumes support the actors in communicating these aspects of their work, and the set by Mike Toner tells its story in wonderful tandem with the goings-on it frames...."

Design for Living
Keen direction and outstanding performances bring us into Noël Coward's Thirties dandyism
Arts Review  February 15, 2013, by Jillian Owens
"...With Ciccolella's help, the production is not only cohesive and thoroughly entertaining, but its more serious themes – questions about the effect of success and whether life is a game to be played – also surface. Emilie Houssart's slowly unfolding deco set, Haydee Antunano's tidy period costumes, and dual intermission interludes of Coward songs from chanteuse Kara Bliss and pianist Jason Connor bring us into Coward's early Thirties dandyism..."

Top 10 Designer Contributions of 2012
Celebrating the year's most exquisite – and often surprising – stage designs
Arts Story  January 4, 2013, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...8) HAYDEE ANTUNANO'S COSTUMES FOR 'PRIDE AND PREJUDICE' (Austin Shakespeare) I am a sucker for a good Empire waist dress...."

3: MFA Dance Concert
The work of these grad student dancemakers was as individual as it was thoughtful
Arts Review  March 16, 2012, by Jonelle Seitz
"...As audiences entered the theatre, Parkins lay semireclined in a bedlike contraption center stage. When her solo, "Lilith," began, lights on the contraption and in her robotlike bodysuit flashed (costume by Erin Chmela and Haydee Antunano, lights by Eric Lara and Ryan Andrus), and she descended to perform yogic movements to atmospheric whispering overlaid by meditative arpeggios (sound design by Taylor Kirk)..."

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