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Writer, critic and marketing expert whose passion for odd culture knows no bounds.

Concert Review: OK Go at the Aztec Theatre, San Antonio, TX, April 20, 2015

OK Go

Talented musicians and performance artists in equal measure, the L.A.-based band rocked the house on Monday night. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘La Cage Aux Folles’ at the Woodlawn Theatre

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Harvey Fierstein and Jerry Herman’s durable Tony-winner shows it’s still got the stuff in the Woodlawn's glittering revival. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘It Follows’

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It stinks. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Irish Curse’ by Martin Casella

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The raunchy comedy about a special men's support group gets a well-produced revival under the auspices of AtticRep. Read More »

The Woodlawn Theatre: A San Antonio Musical Theatre Gem

Woodlawn Theatre La Cage Aux Folles

This handsome Deco District showplace consistently provides quality musical theater for the city. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘A Numbers Game’ by Emily Fitzgerald

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Relationships in all their many guises are explored in this quartet of humorous sketches. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘The Addams Family’ at the Woodlawn

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The Woodlawn's staging is first-rate, but the show could stand to be a lot creepier and kookier. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘Hairspray’ at the Cameo Theatre

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The Tony Award-winning musical is performed by an enthusiastic cast in a sparkling revival at the Commerce Street showplace. Read More »

Movie Review: J.C. Chandor’s ‘A Most Violent Year’ Starring Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain

A Violent Year

Chandor's terrific new film "A Violent Year," is an absorbing character study that recalls the gritty Lumet and Coppola dramas of the 1970s. Read More »

Theater Review (San Antonio): ‘True West’ by Sam Shepard

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Shepard's tragicomedy is brought to explosive life in AtticRep's gripping production. Read More »