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Rob Nash: He'll Take Manhattan
New York critics have weighed in on the off-Broadway debut of Rob Nash's Holy Cross Sucks! and given the Austin theatre artist a bushel of Big Apple praise
"...which New York critics reviewed the off-Broadway debut of Rob Nash's Holy Cross Sucks!, you'd think they spent the..."

Sept. 23, 2005 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Rob Nash: Bedford Falls, by way of Television City
Austin solo performer Rob Nash is moving to Los Angeles, and as a parting Christmas gift, he's created a holiday special that never was:It's a Wonderful Life, 70s Christmas Special, Starring the Fonz
"...somewhat prodigal, sons is about to leave town again. Rob Nash, he of the one-man, multicharacter dysfunctional trilogies and..."

Dec. 15, 2006 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

O Solo Me-O
From Cosmic Accident to Refined Art: Rob Nash Onstage
"...monastic bed. There isn't much to look at before Rob Nash takes the stage. When he steps out, however,..."

Nov. 28, 1997 Arts Feature by J. C. Shakespeare

Head of the Class
With Senioritis, the conclusion to his quartet of plays set at a Catholic high school in Houston, solo performer Rob Nash is all set to graduate -- to Off-Broadway, says Robi Polgar.
"...still in mid-tale, what will become of solo performer Rob Nash and his charming, alarming, and entertaining coming-of-age plays..."

Dec. 24, 1999 Arts Feature by Robi Polgar

It's a Wonderful Life, 70s Christmas Special, Starring the Fonz
Rob Nash's It's a Wonderful Life, 70s Christmas Special, Starring the Fonz is a masterful melding of Seventies television and Frank Capra's film, but unless one has studied either subject in depth, the meeting proves perplexing
" like if George Bailey had never been born). Rob Nash's one-man show It's a Wonderful Life, 70s Christmas..."

Dec. 22, 2006 Arts Review by Hannah Kenah

Holy Cross Sucks!
Rob Nash plays 29 characters over four years of high school and makes it look so easy
"...ubiquitous in contemporary theatre, but few perform them like Rob Nash. The Austin-based theatre artist has been creating one-handers..."

March 27, 2009 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Rob Nash Does Romeo and Juliet
In Rob Nash's new show, he performs characters performing bits of Romeo and Juliet, and all the different parts come together like a theatrical jigsaw puzzle joining itself on the stage before us, forming a fine drama within a sharp comedy of eros and social dynamics.
"...Rob Nash Does Romeo and Juliet: The Power of One..."

Dec. 28, 2001 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Land of 1,000 Dramas
"...goods. Among the best of the inter-Planetary travelers is Rob Nash, who has premiered two parts of his "Holy..."

March 12, 1999 Arts Feature

Sex Farce
Watching Rob Nash morph from character to character at cell-phone speed is like watching Alexander Nemov perfect a somersault after a double flip in an Olympic floorshow. In his new solo show, Sex Farce, Nash handily embodies 14 characters and umpteen sound effects aided only by a chair and an offstage voice, but an unwieldy frame loses Nash's latest a couple of points. The play begins and ends in 2066, which does nothing but make Nash's job harder.
"...Rob Nash is a genius. Witnessing him morph from one..."

June 1, 2001 Arts Review by Rob Curran

The Holy Cross Quadrilogy
Through his Holy Cross Quadrilogy, a solo show that tracks three friends through four years at a Catholic high school, writer-performer Rob Nash takes us back to adolescence, re-creating that time of life in all its cruelty, uncertainty, agitation, and yearning, but also blessing it with an abundance of good humor and compassion.
"...happy never to return. What a wonder, then, is Rob Nash. He's not only willingly gone back to high..."

Dec. 29, 2000 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Junior Blues: A Bullet Train Through Adolescence
In this week's section of Austin Chronicle Arts reviews, Robert Faires gets hooked on Rob Nash's Junior Blues and Robi Polgar goes under the Big Top for Suzan-Lori Parks' Venus.
"...only get bigger 15 years down the road, if Rob Nash is any prophet. The gifted writer-actor behind the..."

Sept. 10, 1999 Arts Review by Robert Faires

A Christmas Carol Roasting on an Open Fire
In A Christmas Carol Roasting on an Open Fire, Rob Nash adds a clever curve to the holiday tale, matching Hollywood stars with Dickens' familiar characters
"...Well, this Christmas Rob Nash gives her that chance – and gives another..."

Dec. 24, 2004 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Refreshingly Unfamiliar: Uncommon Congruity
" create some strange creatures, such as a rusty, robotic-looking dachshund and a metallic pterodactyl taking flight...."

Aug. 21, 1998 Arts Review

Sean Carey, Lucas Molandes, Rob Nash
"...Sean Carey, Lucas Molandes, Rob Nash..."

March 24, 2006 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

A Christmas Carol Roasting on an Open Fire
With his solo show 'A Christmas Carol Roasting on an Open Fire,' Rob Nash has lit a fire under Dickens' perennial fable like Austin's problem child with a grill
"...That's how a young Rob Nash's letter to Santa might have read, but last..."

Dec. 23, 2005 Arts Review by Patti Hadad

Holy Cross Sucks!
Multitalented Rob Nash has reshaped his "Holy Cross Quadrilogy" -- tracking three friends through four years at a Catholic high school in Houston -- into the evening-length Holy Cross Sucks!, and while the abridgment causes too much to happen too quickly, the result is still as funny and memorable as the best and worst of schooldays.
"...The multi-multitalented Rob Nash plays 29 parts and strings together four of..."

May 23, 2003 Arts Review by Rob Curran

12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Musical
Rob Nash's '12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Musical' gives his troubled Smith clan something to sing about: a 4-year-old boy
"...solo from Matt, the family's cynical, rebellious teen in Rob Nash's 12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Family series...."

Aug. 20, 2004 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Norman Normal Saves the World
With Norman Normal Saves the World, writer and solo performer Rob Nash creates a breakout vehicle for the sinus-clearing, "I could kill you right now" über-geek of Nash's Holy Cross Sucks!, and its absurd hilarity, along with Nash's usual clarity in characterization, chameleon comic abilities, and ever-sharp wit, make this Holy Cross installment a fine summer blockbuster of its own.
"...humorous hour-plus evening in the excellent company of writer/performer Rob Nash, who returns to Austin with this latest installment..."

Aug. 8, 2003 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Christmas
Rob Nash's solo show is funny, honest, and a welcome relief from saccharine holiday shows
"...12 Steps is Rob Nash's one-man Christmas show at the Vortex, which is..."

Jan. 2, 2009 Arts Review by Avimaan Syam

12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Family
With 12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Family, playwright-performer Rob Nash elevates the unhealthy sport of impersonating the members of one's family into a fulfilling art.
"'s impersonating each other with our individual personality tics. Rob Nash has elevated this unhealthy sport into a fulfilling..."

June 21, 2002 Arts Review by Rob Curran

Senioritis: Devilish High School Chemistry
Robi Polgar examines the Vortex production of Rob Nash's Senioritis
"...thing, it has provided tasty fodder for gifted writer Rob Nash to create four installments of a wonderful, wild..."

Dec. 31, 1999 Arts Review by Robi Polgar

Comedy venues the Velveeta Room and Capital City Comedy Club get new leases on life, solo theatre artist Rob Nash gets roasted, and Dreamgirl Jennifer Holliday comes to Austin.
" the end of 2002, when aspiring comedy-club king Robert Burk picked up the club's lease and rechristened it..."

Feb. 21, 2003 Arts Column by Robert Faires

Not Your Father's Musical (Or Your Kid's, For That Matter)
Three local shows show breaking into song ain't what it used to be
"...In 12 Steps to a More Dysfunctional Musical, Rob Nash continues the adventures of his perpetually unsettled Smith..."

Aug. 13, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Holiday Productions
Five performing arts groups that revive holiday-themed shows every December share the traditions they've developed within these seasonal traditions
"...Rob Nash is also in his second year of performing..."

Dec. 16, 2005 Arts Feature by Barry Pineo

The Three Scrooges
Three different stage versions of 'A Christmas Carol' are playing this season, and one of them is sure to please the discriminating Dickens-lover in your household
"...State Theater. It features an original score by Allen Robertson and Tom Parker as London's biggest skinflint. For new,..."

Dec. 3, 2004 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

"...the line between purity and parody. Rebecca Schoolar, Meredith Robertson, Larissa Wolcott, and Lisa Robert (who alternates with Laura..."

Dec. 5, 1997 Arts Review

More Places at the Table
The Austin Critics Table is about to hand out its annual awards for achievement in the arts for the 10th year, and the list of nominees is longer than ever.
"...(music), and Moira Muldoon (theatre), and Austin Chronicle writers Rob Curran (theatre), Robi Polgar (music and theatre), and yours..."

May 24, 2002 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

Works by Chris Scroger: Mickey Mouse for the Next Millennium
"...The best part of Rob Nash's new four-part serial solo work, The Class of..."

July 11, 1997 Arts Review

Culture Flash!
A Blanton curator goes south, a solo show master goes back to Houston, an area quilter and portraitist go national, and the Long Center and KMFA go to the bank
"...• Writer/actor/stand-up comic/solo show master Rob Nash is goin' back to Houston, Houston, Houston, as..."

Aug. 25, 2006 Arts Column by Robert Faires

On the Map
Austin's art scene kept catching the eye of the nation in 2005
"...made its New York debut at the Joyce Theater. Rob Nash finally got his solo epic Holy Cross Sucks!..."

Jan. 6, 2006 Arts Feature by Robert Faires

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