Curtain Call

A Review of the World Premiere of HOOD

Off of its newly won Tony Award, Dallas Theatre Center gave us a show that, with a little work, is ready for Broadway. this show was magnetic from the first syllable. Opening with an overlapping history of Robin Hood and... Continue Reading →


What [and what NOT] to Cher

With the Cher bio-musical aiming for a 2018 Broadway bow I cannot help but think how they are going to bring this titan of pop music to the stage. The more I thought about it, the more I could only focus... Continue Reading →

Natasha Pierre and The Great Villain of 1812

It is no secret that I love Natasha Pierre and the Great Comet of  1812 (but for everyone's benefit in here it'll just be referred to as Great Comet). Last night I wasn't able to fall asleep and so I decided to... Continue Reading →

Pippin at Plano Children’s Theatre

Children's theater is a place where I think a good number of us are very comfortable with. When I walked through the doors of Plano Children's Theater to see Pippin, it felt as if I was going back to my roots.... Continue Reading →

The Queens of San Marcos

A Review of Intimate Apparel at Texas State

Texas State never fails to astonish me when it comes to the productions that they put on, and Intimate Apparel is no exception. I was able to go to the invited dress rehearsal, and since it was a dress rehearsal it meant... Continue Reading →

Theatre in Competition

I love the theatre. However, when you truly love something it is important that you can see the flaws in the object of your affection, and I not only know the flaw but sometimes it really is hard to overlook.... Continue Reading →

The Marriage of Bette and Boo at Texas State

I have never come across a show that has made me cry in the car, that is until I saw Texas State's production of The Marriage of Bette and Boo.  I've been meaning to see this show for a while now, a... Continue Reading →

The World According to Snoopy, a World Premiere at Texas State

I have known Snoopy and his ragtag gang of friends ever since I was a little girl. I grew up reading "Happiness is a Warm Puppy" and I would watch "It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown" every Halloween. So, you... Continue Reading →

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