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January 19, 2022

I.B. Hopkins

I. B. Hopkins is a playwright from Gainesville, Georgia. He is a M. F. A. candidate (playwriting) at University of Texas at Austin.

Mickle Maher’s “It is Magic” is a Love Letter to and a Performance Report for Theater Itself

Live theater and magic make for a well-worn comparison, but in Capital T Theatre’s latest production, it’s our assumption that we already know the story that reveals something new.  Prolific...

Party World Rasslin’ is the Craziest Spectacle Possible

  On their website, the Party World Rasslin’ crew makes an audacious claim. “Our goal is to have the craziest spectacle possible, bring people together in one place, and to...

In ‘Plano,’ Plagues of Slugs, Ghosts, and Men

“Plano” begins and ends in the way that plays do, but what happens in between is rare theater magic. Paper Chairs co-founder Dustin Wills returns to Austin to direct Will...

“Dance Nation” Captures the Passion and Aimlessness of Pre-teen Life

Theatre en Bloc’s latest production, “Dance Nation” by Clare Barron, trades on a familiar cultural touchstone for folks living in America in 2019 — namely the “viciousness” of the...

Severe Weather Warning

  When you receive an elongated phone buzz or a car radio grinds intolerably, something different is sometimes occurring, something that breaks you out of your ordinary day. No one...

Both everything and nothing. Or not.

  After a workshop production in Chicago’s Pivot Arts Festival as well as a residency at Minneapolis’s Guthrie Theater last summer, the Rude Mechs have once again reshaped the ongoing...

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