Lynn Beaver

Lynn Beaver Austin native Lynn Beaver has been active in local theatre for the past 20 years. She saw her first play in 1974 and fell completely in love with the performing arts. Lynn has been a director, actor and technician for more productions than she cares to count.


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BWW Review: TEA IN TRIPOLI  by Bernadette NasonBWW Review: TEA IN TRIPOLI by Bernadette Nason
Posted: Aug. 22, 2017


BWW Review: HENRY IV - Hidden Room Rocks Shakespearean HistoryBWW Review: HENRY IV - Hidden Room Rocks Shakespearean History
Posted: Sep. 18, 2017


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BWW Review: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO SNOOPY - A Dazzling DebutBWW Review: THE WORLD ACCORDING TO SNOOPY - A Dazzling Debut
Posted: Feb. 14, 2017


BWW Review: IN THE HEIGHTS - ZACH Wows With Modern ClassicBWW Review: IN THE HEIGHTS - ZACH Wows With Modern Classic
Posted: Jun. 14, 2017


BWW Review: BARE - ATP's Youthful Pop Opera Stunningly BeautifulBWW Review: BARE - ATP's Youthful Pop Opera Stunningly Beautiful
Posted: Jun. 19, 2017


BWW Review: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET - A Jubilant Evening Of RockabillyBWW Review: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET - A Jubilant Evening Of Rockabilly
Posted: Aug. 5, 2017


BWW Review: ROCK OF AGES Rocks The PalaceBWW Review: ROCK OF AGES Rocks The Palace
Posted: Jul. 10, 2017


BWW Review: PETER PAN - An Entertaining EveningBWW Review: PETER PAN - An Entertaining Evening
Posted: Jun. 29, 2017


BWW Review: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW at City Theatre Misses The Mark With The BardBWW Review: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW at City Theatre Misses The Mark With The Bard
Posted: Jun. 4, 2017


BWW Review: HENRY IV - Hidden Room Rocks Shakespearean HistoryBWW Review: HENRY IV - Hidden Room Rocks Shakespearean History
September 18, 2017

Shakespeare's HENRY IV (Part 1) is easily the most entertaining of his history plays and Hidden Room pulls out all the stops to wring every moment of excitement from the story. Director Beth Burns, using a script cut by American Shakespeare Center's Dr. Ralph Alan Cohen, presents a stellar cast at the top of their game to the utter delight of every audience member.

BWW Review: TEA IN TRIPOLI  by Bernadette NasonBWW Review: TEA IN TRIPOLI by Bernadette Nason
August 22, 2017

Award winning Austin actress and master storyteller Bernadette Nason, has written a memoir of her time working as a secretary for an Italian oil company in Libya under the repressive rule of dictator Muammar Gaddafi. TEA IN TRIPOLI is an utterly delightful, intimate tale of this extraordinary woman and her adventures halfway across the globe.

BWW Review: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET - A Jubilant Evening Of RockabillyBWW Review: MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET - A Jubilant Evening Of Rockabilly
August 5, 2017

For decades ZACH Theatre has been the jewel in Austin's crown of arts, setting the tone for others with style and quality, once again they have brought the best live entertainment around to the Topfer Stage in collaboration with Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma located in Oklahoma City. MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET is nothing short of fantastic from beginning to end.

BWW Review: RICHARD III - Last Act Theatre's All Female Version Inspiring
July 26, 2017

Shakespeare's RICHARD III, is one of his best in terms of sheer drama, but Last Act Theatre takes it a step further by filling the traditionally male dominated world with an all female cast; the result is dazzling and inspiring.

BWW Review: ROCK OF AGES Rocks The PalaceBWW Review: ROCK OF AGES Rocks The Palace
July 10, 2017

The Georgetown Palace Theatre has long been known as a place to see classic musical theatre sprinkled with a few Disney shows over the years, but with ROCK OF AGES they venture into the modern adult musical world and the result is not only brilliant, it's hilarious and hugely entertaining.

BWW Review: THE DRESSER - Different Stages Perfect Gem ShinesBWW Review: THE DRESSER - Different Stages Perfect Gem Shines
July 6, 2017

THE DRESSER by Ronald Harwood is a powerful piece by itself, but in the hands of Different Stages it is a rare and perfect gem.

BWW Review: PETER PAN - An Entertaining EveningBWW Review: PETER PAN - An Entertaining Evening
June 29, 2017

Lake Travis Musical Theatre production, the iconic 1954 musical PETER PAN, makes for an entertaining evening.

BWW Review: BARE - ATP's Youthful Pop Opera Stunningly BeautifulBWW Review: BARE - ATP's Youthful Pop Opera Stunningly Beautiful
June 19, 2017

Austin Theatre Project's current production BARE, playing at the Trinity Street Theatre, is a work of love and stunning beauty.

BWW Review: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA - Rarely Seen Shakespeare Brilliantly PresentedBWW Review: TROILUS AND CRESSIDA - Rarely Seen Shakespeare Brilliantly Presented
June 17, 2017

Something For Nothing Theatre Company has a reputation for performing little known Shakespearean works on a shoestring budget, this year it's TROILUS AND CRESSIDA, and it's brilliant.

BWW Review: IN THE HEIGHTS - ZACH Wows With Modern ClassicBWW Review: IN THE HEIGHTS - ZACH Wows With Modern Classic
June 14, 2017

ZACH Theatre,Austin's premier regional theatre wows with their current production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tony winning first musical with book by Quiana Agra Hudes.

BWW Review: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW at City Theatre Misses The Mark With The BardBWW Review: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW at City Theatre Misses The Mark With The Bard
June 4, 2017

William Shakespeare's comedies have become a staple of summertime theatre the world over. City Theatre's production of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW is one of several of the Bard's best playing in Austin in the next few weeks. Unfortunately this lackluster presentation misses the mark on multiple levels.

BWW Interview: RKJB Entertainment - Making A Big Splash In The Austin Theatre SceneBWW Interview: RKJB Entertainment - Making A Big Splash In The Austin Theatre Scene
May 15, 2017

In February of this year, fledgling production company RKJB Entertainment burst onto the Austin stage with an original play with music, FOR THE LOVE OF MAHALIA. Hailed by critics and audiences alike, the new work starred the amazing Jacqui Cross, who virtually transformed into the Gospel great. This month marks their second production MOAN THEM BLUES, a one woman show featuring legendary Blues pioneer, Bessie Smith (Sonia Moore). Moore's rendition of Gimme A Pigfoot And A Bottle Of Beer stopped the show, I can scarcely wait to see a show that features such powerful talent. It's time our readers are introduced to Robert King, Jr and Jeremy Brown, the men behind these shows about such important icons of American culture.

BWW Review: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS - Austin Shakespeare's Hilarious Take On The BardBWW Review: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS - Austin Shakespeare's Hilarious Take On The Bard
May 10, 2017

Austin Shakespeare continues its 34 year tradition of bringing free Shakespeare to Zilker Park with an hilarious take on THE COMEDY OF ERRORS.

BWW Review: MADAM BUTTERFLY - Austin Opera Thrills With Stunning ProductionBWW Review: MADAM BUTTERFLY - Austin Opera Thrills With Stunning Production
May 2, 2017

MADAM BUTTERFLY by Giacomo Puccini, libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa is a work of tragic beauty in the hands of Austin Opera.

BWW Review: AS YOU LIKE IT - Excellent Shakespeare In An Idyllic SettingBWW Review: AS YOU LIKE IT - Excellent Shakespeare In An Idyllic Setting
April 6, 2017

William Shakespeare's AS YOU LIKE IT, by The Baron's Men and playing at The Curtain Theatre is an excellent production in a perfectly idyllic setting. Arguably Shakespeare's most complicated comedy, AS YOU LIKE IT, may not be as beloved as MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING or A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM but in the hands of first time director Michael Osborn, The Baron's Men have surpassed the norm to present a flawless and professional production.

BWW Review: HAMLET - Redux In Rep With Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead At City TheatreBWW Review: HAMLET - Redux In Rep With Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead At City Theatre
March 17, 2017

William Shakespeare's HAMLET is arguably one of the most universally popular plays ever written, but it's only one half of Redux in Rep at City Theatre. Along with ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD by Tom Stoppard, a play that comically deconstructs the iconic tragedy, the combination of the two shows give us a deeper look at the characters, motivations and plot of the famous tragedy.

BWW Review: ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD - Redux In Rep With Hamlet At City TheatreBWW Review: ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD - Redux In Rep With Hamlet At City Theatre
March 17, 2017

Tom Stoppard's ROSENCRANTZ AND GUILDENSTERN ARE DEAD opened last week at City Theatre alongside Shakespeare's HAMLET in REDUX IN REP, both shows with the same cast on alternate nights.

BWW Review: ROBOT DADDY - A Must See Rocking Multi-Media ExperienceBWW Review: ROBOT DADDY - A Must See Rocking Multi-Media Experience
March 8, 2017

Celebrating their 20th anniversary production with ROBOT DADDY, Electronic Planet Ensemble (ELP) gives an exciting performance at The Vortex theatre.

BWW Review: OLD TIMES - Austin Shakespeare Presents Flawless PinterBWW Review: OLD TIMES - Austin Shakespeare Presents Flawless Pinter
March 1, 2017

OLD TIMES is an enigmatic play by Nobel Laureate Harold Pinter that centers on a trio of characters and produced flawlessly by Austin Shakespeare at Austin's Long Center.

BWW Review: FOR THE LOVE OF MAHALIA - Jacqui Cross Thrills As The Queen Of GospelBWW Review: FOR THE LOVE OF MAHALIA - Jacqui Cross Thrills As The Queen Of Gospel
February 27, 2017

Fledgling theatre company, RKJB Entertainment's production of an original work by Robert King, Jr, FOR THE LOVE OF MAHALIA, currently playing at the Boyd Vance Theatre, has problems, but ultimately its message is poignant and important.



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