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La Bohème
A natural and believable cast makes Puccini's enduring romance captivating yet again
"...Dell Hall, Long Center for the Performing Arts..."

Nov. 13, 2009 Arts Review by Michael Kellerman

This Hamlet seen through the eyes of Ophelia – rather, five Ophelias – is astounding
"...From Tom Stoppard to John Updike to Austin's Refraction Arts, the totemic tale of Hamlet has been retold many..."

Nov. 21, 2008 Arts Review by Avimaan Syam

An Almost Holy Picture
Zachary Scott Theatre's Almost Holy Picture might work better with a thousand different words
"...his always appropriate and atmospheric light. Director and Chronicle Arts Editor Robert Faires moves the play well around the..."

Aug. 10, 2007 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

A Skull in Connemara
Martin McDonagh's A Skull in Connemara teeters between the absurd and the just plain silly
"...Dougherty Arts Center Theater, through Aug. 5..."

Aug. 3, 2007 Arts Review by Patti Hadad

"Tamara Becerra Valdez and Jesse Kees"
Two artists study and celebrate Bastrop

March 6, 2015 Arts Review by Caitlin Greenwood

Department of Angels
A bureaucratic heaven, as envisioned by a couple of charming clowns, is sweet
"...of winged creatures in white jumpsuits. Like their earthly counterparts, they clocked in for the day, succumbed to security..."

July 3, 2009 Arts Review by Jonelle Seitz

The Grapes of Wrath
John Steinbeck's tale of the Great Depression is delivered with beauty and power

March 27, 2009 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Holy Cross Sucks!
Rob Nash plays 29 characters over four years of high school and makes it look so easy

March 27, 2009 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Austin Americana: The Neal Douglass Photography Collection
The Austin Statesman's first photographer shot news, but 70 years on, he made history

Dec. 26, 2008 Arts Review by Lee Nichols

Still Fountains
Michael Mitchell's paired one-acts depict characters with a lot bottled up inside

Dec. 5, 2008 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Sydney Yeager: Moving Parts
These busy abstracts create visual fields that are active, festive, and seductive
"...'Sydney Yeager: Moving Parts'..."

Dec. 5, 2008 Arts Review by Robert Faires

The Living
Three painters show work that will have you thinking about what it means to be alive

Nov. 21, 2008 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Everybody wins in Shannon McCormick's highly enjoyable one-man show about football
"...will emerge triumphant? – and the characters themselves, the parts the audience gets to see, are always a little..."

Nov. 7, 2008 Arts Review by Wayne Alan Brenner

Frankenstein: A Trouble Puppet Show
A creative adaptation that offers the pleasure of seeing good puppeteers at work
"...creates a monster from a graveyard of leftover body parts. It's a creative take on one of the season's..."

Nov. 7, 2008 Arts Review by Elizabeth Cobbe

Peat Duggins: Black Room
This museum room of a future race is an interior space addressing the outside world

Nov. 7, 2008 Arts Review by Rachel Koper

Austin Shakespeare's staging is strong but at times is lost in its own sound and fury

Sept. 19, 2008 Arts Review by Avimaan Syam

At the opening of this Austin Playhouse show, some actors hadn't done the work

Sept. 19, 2008 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

The Politics of War
This show of political art by Robert Levers and Chris Reno is as timely as it gets

Sept. 19, 2008 Arts Review by Rachel Koper

Ariel Dance Theatre's latest creates something original, moving, and truly beautiful
"...a relationship develop, disintegrate, and then reintegrate, and two parts in particular stand out, one of which I'll mention..."

Sept. 12, 2008 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Crimes of the Heart
City Theatre's production is so enjoyable that you'll be inclined to overlook its flaws

March 14, 2008 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Io: a myth about you
Monika Bustamante's updated Greek myth comes in a top-notch production that rages about like a rough sea

Nov. 2, 2007 Arts Review by Avimaan Syam

Tuna Does Vegas
Taking the Tuna crew to Sin City was a huge gamble, but we end up bigger winners than losers
"...You know something is different when Bertha Bumiller starts talking about putting on a swimsuit. After all, the..."

Nov. 2, 2007 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Cauleen Smith: NTSC
Smith uses the analog TV production standard to probe what's uniform and what's excluded in society as well as TV

Nov. 2, 2007 Arts Review by Nikki Moore

Disney's High School Musical
The Zachary Scott Theatre Center's peppy staging of Disney's High School Musical proves the live version can beat out what's in the box
"...adults -- more than many of their prefab Disney counterparts. And more than enough to get you dancing in..."

Aug. 10, 2007 Arts Review by Patti Hadad

'New American Talent: The 22nd Exhibition'
In 'New American Talent: The 22nd Exhibition,' we may be witnessing a return to structure

Aug. 10, 2007 Arts Review by Salvador Castillo

Brilliant Traces
If you go see the Vestige Group production of Cindy Lou Johnson's Brilliant Traces, go for the performances

Aug. 3, 2007 Arts Review by Barry Pineo

Lingo's mosaic of dance and music was accessible, unpretentious, and full of life – much like its creators

Aug. 3, 2007 Arts Review by Michael Kellerman

Omnium Gatherum
The Zachary Scott Theatre Center production of 'Omnium Gatherum' starts as captivating, then rounds a hairpin turn to become compelling
"...there, we see how September 11 has pierced the hearts of these characters. Jeff, a New York City firefighter..."

Sept. 24, 2004 Arts Review by Robert Faires

Construction Site
For being in such an offbeat space, 'Construction Site' is one heck of a show. Large, ambitious sculptures and site-specific installations make it worthwhile to seek out this temporary venue, located on the ground floor of AMLI Downtown.

Sept. 24, 2004 Arts Review by Jacqueline May

Statesman Cuts Arts Staff
Arts critic Jeanne Claire van Ryzin terminated after 17 years
"...The voice of informed and experienced arts criticism in this city is about to get a..."

Nov. 30, 2016 Arts Post by Robert Faires

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