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Getting Political With The Tree Play and Robin Hood: An Elegy
Two new Austin plays tackle timely subjects
Arts Story  August 6, 2015, by Robert Faires
"..."Austin audiences are sharp. Give them the opportunity to experience art that treats them as intelligent, intrepid, and open-minded, and they'll seek out those projects." Krysta Gonzales, the playwright for GenEnCo's production, is equally confident: "I have faith that Austin audiences are hungry for bold new work that takes risks and takes a stance..."

Theatre en Bloc's Bright Half Life
For Tanya Barfield's two-character drama, Theatre en Bloc couples an intimate story with a relentlessly personal performance space
Arts Review  April 7, 2016, by Shanon Weaver
"...Director Jenny Lavery packs just 20 people per show into the Pony Shed at the Vortex, plus two actors: Krysta Gonzales as Vicki and Marina DeYoe-Pedraza as Erica. Upon entering the space, which I'd estimate (roughly) at only 170 square feet, Vicki and Erica are already seated next to each other on a small bench against the far wall..."

Robin Hood: An Elegy
Rough edges aside, Generic Ensemble Company's new work makes an urgent statement that #blacklivesmatter
Arts Review  August 13, 2015, by Elizabeth Cobbe
"...Robin Hood: An Elegy, a new play by Krysta Gonzales, begins as a retelling of the Robin Hood legend. The initial scene takes place at a masquerade, as Robin (Taji Senior-Gipson) falls in love with Marian (Chelsea Manasseri)..."

El Nogalar
Teatro Vivo's El Nogalar provides a context for examining social class in contemporary Mexico
Arts Review  June 18, 2015, by Adam Roberts
"...Directed with a loving and highly personal touch by Rudy Ramirez (be sure to read his director's note in the production's playbill if you attend), El Nogalar provides a strikingly intimate and welcoming bilingual context for examining social class in contemporary Mexico, paralleling the themes explored by Chekhov in The Cherry Orchard's Russia more than a century ago. Ramirez's very skilled cast (Yesenia Yadira Herrington, Krysta Gonzales, Olivia Jimenez, Gricelda Silva, and Jesus Valles) delivers the story deftly, set against yet another of Ia Ensterä's beautifully inspired and final scenic designs to appear on an Austin stage prior to returning to her native Finland..."

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