A Chorus Line at the Playhouse overwhelmingly belongs to Carla Sankey, who choreographed the show and played the role of Sheila. A Chorus Line is very much a choreographer's show. It stands or falls by its choreography more than anything else. Carla Sankey's choreography was excellent.BWW Review: THE GINGERBREAD LADY, Harlequin Dinner Theatre May 27, 2016
Good direction, good acting - particularly from the always dependable Liz Vermeulen - and an intriguing plot idea combine to hold the audience's attention in 'The Vapours' at the Overtime, in spite of some deep flaws in a play that implodes at the end under the weight of expectations and ideas that are left unresolved.BBW Review: BORN YESTERDAY at the Classic Theatre May 14, 2016
Greg Hinojosa is a revelation in his role as the loud-mouth junkyard tycoon Harry Brock in the ClassicTheatre production of Born YesterdayBWW Review: MEMPHIS at the Woodlawn April 16, 2016
There was some good singing, some good performances - particularly from Joshua Goldberg as Pilate and James Welch as Herod - plus some good staging ideas in the Playhouse production of Jesus Christ Superstar. So why was this production such a letdown - reflected in the tepid applause from the audience at the end?BWW Review: RUTHLESS is Top Notch Entertainment February 27, 2016
'Ruthless!' at PASA is one of the best-directed and best-performed musicals I have seen in San Antonio. While the show cannot compete with the lavish production values of the Woodlawn and the Playhouse, it more than makes up for it in the inventiveness of Vaughn Taylor's direction and the quality of the performers.BWW Review: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE at Trinity February 26, 2016
In the Trinity Theatre production of 'How I Learned to Drive', Dallas Akins and Sarah Tipton delivered strong performances in the lead roles of Uncle Peck and his niece 'Li'l Bit' in this everyday tale of incest and pedophilia in what I imagine to be somewhere in Appalachia.BWW Review: THE SEAGULL at Classic Theatre Of San Antonio February 22, 2016
Having a single actor playing seven different characters of varying ages and sexes, coupled with a story that jumps around on a constantly fluctuating narrative thread, and you could have a theatrical disaster on your hands.