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Hyde Park Theatre's The Antipodes
A ton of tales enliven this play by Annie Baker, but what do they tell us about the state of storytelling?
"...stitched together from traditions all over the globe, and Maria Latiolais' chipper account of a suburban childhood experience that..."

July 27, 2018 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Austin Playhouse's The Mystery of Edwin Drood
This musical production makes for an effervescent alternative to that other Dickens holiday show
"...the silver-throated Claire Grasso as Drood's beloved Rosa Bud, Maria Latiolais and Morris Jude Martinez as the exotic visitors..."

Nov. 30, 2018 Arts Review by Bob Abelman

Austin Playhouse’s Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley
In its rush to be fun, the show fails to tap all the potential of this rom-com sequel to Pride and Prejudice
"...her sisters are so Mean Girls to her. Lydia (Maria Latiolais) is rude, but even Lizzie (Jenny Lavery) and..."

Dec. 15, 2017 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Hyde Park Theatre's The Wolves
This fun, honest, real production of Sarah DeLappe’s play zeroes in on the best part of playing a sport: being on a team
"...incredibly talented women (Kelsey Buckley, Adrian Collins, Sydney Huddleston, Maria Latiolais, Anikka Lekven, Estrella Saldaña, Bridget Sievers, Shonagh Smith,..."

Oct. 6, 2017 Arts Review by T. Lynn Mikeska

Romeo and Juliet
Despite some casting questions, the Baron's Men create a moving and involving version of this well-known tragedy
"...Samantha Smith's genderbending friar seems perfectly natural, as does Maria Latiolais' adorably pixie-cut Gregory in the opening scene. The..."

April 18, 2014 Arts Review by Stacy Alexander Evans

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