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Kuleana, written and directed by Brian Kohne, is unquestionably the work of a filmmaker who deeply loves the culture and people of Hawaii. And anyone
WARNING: SPOILERS WITHIN FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO – MERCIFULLY – HAVEN’T SEEN THIS MOVIE YET.
Yes, I know I’ll probably be in the minority
In Desert Warrior, Fringe newbie Ross John Gosla tells a deeply personal story about his involvement in the controversial short film Innocence of Muslims and
Uncle Henry: Dead, Burned and Remembered
Written, Produced and Directed by Mark McCracken and Brandon Gibson.
Reviewed Thursday, June 8, 2017, at Hollywood
The New Bad Boys of Magic
Directed by Jonathan Hymen
Reviewed June 9, 2017, at Hollywood Fringe
Cleverly weaving prestidigitation into a comedic storyline,
Robot Monster the Musical
Directed by Derek Long
Music, Lyrics and Book Adaptation by Rich Silverman
Reviewed June 10, 2017, at the Hollywood
Definition of Man
Created by Nikki Muller and Jason Rosario
Reviewed June 11, 2017, at the Hollywood Fringe
Challenging, insightful, and artistically striking, Definition
The show’s producer/performer, Kat Primeau talks about this year’s Fringe World Premiere musical comedy ‘Turbulence!’
Making its triumphant return after last year’s acclaimed
Ryan Lisman, writer/director of ‘Apathy Killed the Cat’ talks about his new play, making its world premiere at the Fringe.
Making its world
Making its premiere at the Hollywood Fringe Festival next month is the provocatively titled Zombie Clown Trump: An Apocalyptic Musical, and it’s already raising hackles
This year’s SXSW secret screening, held on Sunday, March 12 at the Alamo Ritz, was T2 Trainspotting, the long-awaited sequel to director Danny Boyle’s 1996 cult
In a career spanning more than 40 years, director Gillian Armstrong has gifted the world of cinema with some marvelous period pieces (My Brilliant Career, Little
The San Antonio Film Festival, held July 25-31 at the Tobin Center, brought a wealth of fine films and talented filmmakers to town. Among the many
Tom Yungerberg’s dark comedy and Joshua Crone’s sobering drama made impressive debuts at the Fringe.
Kill All Politicians
Written and Directed by Thomas Yungerberg
Two amusing comedies — one based on a terrible movie, the other set in a strange, retro amusement park — make solid debuts at this
A seriocomic solo performance and a delightfully off-kilter action comedy are among the shows premiering at this year’s Fringe.
Still Got It
Denizens of an underground civilization and a famous mutant hero are the stars of two musicals making their Fringe debuts this year.
Sendups of two Shakespeare classics make their world premieres at this year’s Hollywood Fringe.
Written and Directed by Ryan J-W Smith
AtticRep‘s Producing Artistic Director talks about the company’s ambitious new production, set to make its world premiere in June.
San Antonio’s AtticRep
Making its debut this past March at SXSW — the annual movie and music festival held in Austin Texas — Keith Maitland’s powerful documentary takes a unique
An attractively lensed story begins promisingly in Wicker Man territory but disappointingly devolves into a routine mystery.
New York obstetrician Tora Hamilton (Radha
Even though the doors of Smart Studios closed in 2010, its legend continues to reverberate throughout the music industry. Founded in 1983 by Butch Vig and
Nearly 40 years after Penelope Spheeris’ groundbreaking 1980 documentary The Decline of Western Civilization chronicled the lives of Los Angeles punks, filmmaker Angela Boatwright takes her
Jessica Dickey’s shattering solo piece comes to San Antonio’s AtticRep in the capable hands of director David Connelly and star Sarah Gise.
Originally presented to
Director Rick Sanchez’s experimental staging of the classic rock opera contains more hits than misses, thanks to some solid performances.
Jesus Christ Superstar, easily the most
The Woodlawn kicks off its 2016 season with a rocking, rollicking production of the Tony-nominated Broadway musical.
Anyone who saw the lackluster film version of Rock
Iñárritu’s dark western is a stunningly photographed but ultimately empty exercise in style.
In The Revenant, Leonardo DiCaprio goes for broke playing Hugh Glass,
Saturday, December 12th was quite a celebration at the Empire Theatre in San Antonio. The occasion was the release of The Nature of… which is
Since its original publication in 1843, Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol has been adapted many times for film, stage and television, in both musical and
Magic is literally in the air at the Woodlawn this holiday season with its terrific production of the beloved Broadway musical.
The most well-known musical version
The centuries-old tradition of the traveling show is brought to life in a charming production at San Antonio’s AtticRep.
Taking a break from its regular fare of well-staged narrative drama…