Addison McKissack

Addison McKissack


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BWW Review: REFERENCES TO SALVADOR DALI MAKE ME HOT at Texas State UniversityBWW Review: REFERENCES TO SALVADOR DALI MAKE ME HOT at Texas State University
Posted: Feb. 8, 2019


BWW Review: MOON OVER BUFFALO at The Wimberley PlayersBWW Review: MOON OVER BUFFALO at The Wimberley Players
Posted: Feb. 18, 2019


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BWW Review: REFERENCES TO SALVADOR DALI MAKE ME HOT at Texas State UniversityBWW Review: REFERENCES TO SALVADOR DALI MAKE ME HOT at Texas State University
Posted: Feb. 8, 2019


BWW Review: MOON OVER BUFFALO at The Wimberley PlayersBWW Review: MOON OVER BUFFALO at The Wimberley Players
Posted: Feb. 18, 2019


BWW Review: MOON OVER BUFFALO at The Wimberley Players
February 18, 2019

George and Charlotte Hay want to make it big. Their theatre troupe is failing, their marriage is on the rocks, the troupe's ingenue is pregnant and their big break is coming at the most inopportune time. Leave it to Ken Ludwig's fast-paced farce, MOON OVER BUFFALO at The Wimberley Players to emphasize just how crazy life can get in a family of actors.

BWW Review: REFERENCES TO SALVADOR DALI MAKE ME HOT at Texas State University
February 8, 2019

Following the decaying marriage of Gabriela and Benito, REFERENCES TO SALVADOR DALI MAKE ME HOT by Jose Rivera at Texas State University gives a fantastical look into themes of marriage, sex and war. While the script leaves something to be desired, director Alex Rodriguez put together a show that cuts right to the heart of the crumbling marriage.