The Dumb Waiter…… Don’t Wait For It! by Pearson Kashlak
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The Dumb Waiter…… Don’t Wait For It! by Pearson Kashlak

Let’s talk about absurdity. Most who hear this word conjure up images synonymous with insanity, foolishness, and incongruity. However, for our purposes, the word relates to the Theatre of the Absurd, a subsection of plays predominately from the late 1950’s which branch off from Albert Camus’ philosophy of the Absurd, humanity’s fruitless search for purpose … Continue reading

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Steel Magnolias, Southern Style With A Lot Of Sass. By Olin Meadows

TexArts is a community/professional theatre in Lakeway, TX.  For the first time in over three years they are once again producing a professional season, with some great top notch shows that are sure to pull a solid crowd. One of the shows that TexArts has chosen for their foray back into the professional world of … Continue reading

Don’t Cry For Me Austin… Evita Rocks Zach Theatre for 3 More Weeks! By Olin Meadows
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Don’t Cry For Me Austin… Evita Rocks Zach Theatre for 3 More Weeks! By Olin Meadows

Don’t cry for me Argentina, probably the most famous line in all of musical theatre history. This is of course the signature song lyric from Evita, by Andrew Loyd Webber and Tim Rice. Currently Zach Theatre in Austin is staging a gorgeous production of this time honored piece of musical theatre royalty.  Evita is the … Continue reading

Love Alone Is Not Alone At City Theatre by Pearson Kashlak
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Love Alone Is Not Alone At City Theatre by Pearson Kashlak

All too often theaters call for plays based on current political / social issues. Not that theatre shouldn’t dabble in contemporary matters. On the contrary, the ephemeral nature of theatre makes it a perfect medium for capturing the raw emotions of the moment. The troubles arise when the playwrights and directors in question choose to … Continue reading

Life, Death and God All In “Freud’s Last Session” by Pearson Kashlak
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Life, Death and God All In “Freud’s Last Session” by Pearson Kashlak

Philosophy is fickle. It can, at once, aid individuals in analyzing reality, morality, and the mind, yet to the unprepared individual it can become a pitfall in which one finds themselves unable to think outside of their philosophy of choice. Whether it is fear, comfort, or simple stubbornness, the ego struggles to detach itself from … Continue reading