August 4, 2021

Trey Gutierrez

Trey Gutierrez is an Austin-born writer, editor, and producer. He currently serves as a writer/producer for the El Rey Network television show “United Tacos of America” and regularly contributes to such publications as Texas Monthly and Texas Music magazine. He currently lives in Austin with his partner and their Chihuahua-mix, Roo.

Theater review: Nicholas Kaidoo’s ‘Fall the House’ reimagines ‘Agamemnon’

It’s probably true that all art is in some way derivative. And over the past year, I've found that to be a good thing. After months of watching plays...

Theater review: ‘Mexico Expropriated’

In covering veteran Austin theater artist Rudy Ramirez’s 2019 showcase of forward-thinking Latinx art festival, FUTURX, I witnessed many talented Brown artists muse on a future for our people....

Theater review: Jesús Valles takes ‘(Un)documents’ online

In our COVID age of online interconnectivity, it can be easy to lose sight of life outside our own separate quarantine bunkers. Indeed, when holidays spent socially distanced from...

Theater review: ‘poolboy00’ embraces the live streaming platform Twitch

The burning question on theater-makers minds lately seems to be “how do we combat the audience’s Zoom fatigue?” While we’ve seen ensembles present radio plays, plays by mail, and...

Theater review: ‘La Ruta’ keeps pace with its digital medium

I’ve never claimed to be a scholar of the growing genre of stage shows adapted for virtual, livestream audiences. I have, however, experienced enough of such work to know...

Theater review: Vortex’s ‘Odyssey’

In February, I naïvely wrote that location-based theater — performed in unconventional and outdoor spaces — was a production style I’d be happy to see more of in the...

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