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An Unreasonable Man
This documentary is a far cry from the dry polemics one might expect from a survey of Ralph Nader's career as a consumer activist and political candidate.
"...of An Unreasonable Man (the title is taken from George Bernard Shaw) enters into Nader's quixotic bids for the..."

Feb. 23, 2007 Movie Review by Marc Savlov

Archive Theater's The Man of Destiny
The company builds a uniquely entertaining evening around Shaw's fiery tango of wits between a young Napoleon and a Mysterious Lady
"...often less receptive to attending classic works (e.g., Ibsen, Shaw, Shakespeare) than they are to, say, a musical. Ostensibly,..."

Feb. 21, 2020 Arts Review by Trey Gutierrez

The Carol You Don't Know
There's much more to Ms. Channing than Dolly and Lorelei
"...of Stanislavsky's approach to acting, the star of G.B. Shaw's Pygmalion and The Millionairess, the entertainer on Nixon's Enemies..."

July 22, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Heartbreak House
Should you attend the UT Department of Theatre and Dance production of Heartbreak House, you'll have to work to keep up with the student cast, which blasts through the wordy script, but your labors will be rewarded by some fine design work and acting, and G.B. Shaw's timely critique of the leisure classes awakening to a world at war.
"...Surely George Bernard Shaw couldn't have seen this coming. Shaw was..."

March 7, 2003 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

A production that makes Shaw's century-old ideas feel current – and very human
"...Which may well have been what George Bernard Shaw had in mind in penning Misalliance back..."

Feb. 12, 2010 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Getting Married
Different Stages has fun with Shaw's dissection of the institution of marriage
"...George Bernard Shaw wrote the play in 1908. He was..."

Nov. 28, 2008 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Out of Commission
The curious saga of 20 portraits of British literary greats that UT paid Feliks Topolski to paint, then didn't show for decades
"...The Irish playwright was none other than George Bernard Shaw, who befriended Topolski shortly after the young..."

Sept. 29, 2006 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Shaw's comedy may still be politically charged, but Different Stages' production shows it's also satisfying entertainment
"...George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion was, of course, the basis for..."

July 11, 2014 Arts Review by Stacy Alexander Smith

Mournful Indifference
"...Sokolova, Tatyana Yegorova and Vladimir Zamansky. This adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's Heartbreak House is an early film by..."

July 20, 2001 Movie Review by Marjorie Baumgarten

Arms and the Man
Different Stages' 'Arms and the Man' is an honest attempt at entertainment with a political edge, but it swallows or ignores the complex interpretation that this script deserves
" its 23rd season, Different Stages brings Austin audiences George Bernard Shaw's Arms and the Man, and while the..."

Nov. 26, 2004 Arts Review by Heather Barfield Cole

Slut in a Good Way
Charming sex-positive teen comedy is good old shameless fun
"...of that adage “Youth is wasted on the young” (George Bernard Shaw? Oscar Wilde? Believe me, it’s an internet..."

March 29, 2019 Movie Review by Josh Kupecki

The Whole Universe Rocks
The Harry Ransom Center's exhibition "Make It New" explores how modernism changed everything.
"...2) a drawing made by George Bernard Shaw's mother under the guidance, she believed, of..."

Dec. 12, 2003 Arts Feature by Katherine Catmull

Let There Be Light
After a $14 million facelift, UT's Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center is letting the light in, literally, through new windows across the front of the structure, and philosophically, through a new mission to give the public more opportunities to see and enjoy its astonishing accumulation of cultural treasures.
"...Huxley's Brave New World, D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers, George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, and Oscar Wilde's Lady Windermere's Fan...."

May 16, 2003 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Yousuf Karsh: A Retrospective
The Oswald Gallery's retrospective exhibit of Yousuf Karsh's black and white portraiture is a small sample of Karsh's career, perhaps, considering the span of years in which he worked, but it's a representative one, and perfectly displayed in the snug front gallery.
"...Alberto Giacometti. Mother Teresa. Ernest Hemingway. John Fitzgerald Kennedy. George Bernard Shaw. And others, all dead now, all impeccably..."

Nov. 8, 2002 Arts Review

Austin is clearly experiencing a bout of literary event mania.
"...also have Tom Stoppard, John Osborne, David Hare, and George Bernard Shaw)... Nobody knows how to fight about literature..."

Feb. 11, 2000 Books Column by Clay Smith

The Devil's Disciple
Director Norman Blumensaadt's rendering of The Devil's Disciple for Different Stages may be uneven in the quality of the performances, but the actors deliver Shaw's text clearly, and there's more than a little something to be said for that.
"...George Bernard Shaw wrote for a theatre very different from..."

April 13, 2001 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

"Fair" Play
Director Scott Thompson doesn't want the audience for Austin Musical Theatre's production of My Fair Lady to get too comfy, and here's why.
"...Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe drawn from G.B. Shaw's Pygmalion. While Thompson has a list of musical directing..."

Sept. 13, 2002 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Confessions of a Cowboy
Working a cattle drive in Texas in the 1870s probably wasn't like what you imagine; ask Frank Harris -- he was there and he knows.
"...counted among his acquaintances such luminaries as Thomas Carlyle, George Meredith, Robert Browning, Captain Sir Richard F. Burton, Algernon..."

May 26, 2000 Books Feature by James C. Simmons

Man and Superman
Shaw does go on, but Austin Shakespeare delivers a strong show with tight acting
"...shows boast strong, versatile casts. In its production of George Bernard Shaw's Man and Superman, Austin Shakespeare creates an..."

Feb. 25, 2011 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

"...Welcome to the world of George Bernard Shaw, where men are weak, women are emancipated,..."

Nov. 20, 1998 Arts Review

Mrs. Warren's Profession
The State Theater Company's scintillating revival of Mrs. Warren's Profession moves George Bernard Shaw's characters beyond the politics for which they serve as mouthpieces and fills them with the breaths and gestures and expressions of people who live.
"...of Mrs. Warren's Profession is a wry touch that George Bernard Shaw himself might appreciate. For the mother and..."

March 28, 2003 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Off the Desk:
"...With apologies to George Bernard Shaw`s Major Barbara -- "What price safety now,..."

Sept. 13, 1996 News Feature

Review: Broadway in Austin’s My Fair Lady
Sharp-tongued classic musical still needs to fix its modern ending
", is a crude metaphor for an unsullied woman. George Bernard Shaw's 1913 play Pygmalion was a commentary on..."

Dec. 8, 2023 Arts Feature by Richard Whittaker

Chronicle Recommends: Back to School
Seven of the best movies about edumacation
"...back as this delightful 1938 film adaptation of Pygmalion, George Bernard Shaw’s tale of a Cockney flower girl who..."

Sept. 11, 2018 Screens Post by Chronicle Film Staff

This G.B. Shaw comedy is typically dense with dialogue, but the student actors at St. Edward's manage to keep tensions high
"...second, but that seems to be a byproduct of Shaw's writing rather than any fault of the actors. Plus,..."

Feb. 20, 2015 Arts Review by Elissa Russell

A Minister's Wife
This musical version of G.B. Shaw’s ‘Candida’ is exactly the right size for Austin, cozy with room for plenty of nuance
"...of A Minister's Wife, the new musical version of George Bernard Shaw's 1898 play Candida, more than exceeds these..."

April 5, 2013 Arts Review by Jillian Owens

The Island of Dr. Ersek
Austin's media-friendly Robert Ersek is the king of pop cosmetic surgery
"...glow of a table lamp, framed autographed pictures of George W. Bush and Ann Richards are positioned side by..."

June 3, 2005 News Feature by Kevin Brass

Rockin' Scriptmas!
Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle All the Plays
"...pair: My Fair Lady [$11.99, Tower] and Pygmalion, by George Bernard Shaw. [$1.48, Half Price Books]..."

Dec. 12, 1997 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Free Will Astrology
Your weekly horoscope, May 24-30
"...existence on planet Earth. “Life is a disease,” wrote George Bernard Shaw. “Life is a bad dream,” declared Eugene..."

May 24, 2024 Column by Rob Brezsny

Free Will Astrology
Your weekly horoscope, September 29 - October 5
"...who cannot change their minds cannot change anything." – George Bernard Shaw. 2) "Only the strongest people have the..."

Sept. 29, 2023 Column by Rob Brezsny

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