‘A Very Sordid Wedding’ is Preachy, but Fun

July 9, 2017

In 2000, the cult hit Sordid Lives introduced audiences to a few residents of Winters, Texas. Billed as “a black comedy about white trash,” the movie followed the wacky problems of a Southern Baptist family […]

‘Priscilla’ Will Make You Feel Better

June 9, 2017

With the world right now full of gloom, terrorism and investigations, it sure would be nice if there was somewhere we could go to just escape and feel good. Luckily for us, the Unicorn Theatre […]

Unicorn’s ‘Octoroon’ is Uniquely Brilliant

December 5, 2016

  As 2016 winds down, the Unicorn Theatre is presenting its riskiest and most intellectually challenging play in recent memory. An Octoroon is a meta-deconstruction of theater, society, race, spectacle and cultural appropriation, as told […]

The Ghosts of Lote Bravo is a Haunting Fable

April 29, 2016

Over the past six months, I’ve seen several articles about the growing popularity of Mexican folk-saint La Santa Muerta. She is not an official saint, and the Catholic Church does not approve of her. She […]

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