Just Opened: Eyes for Consuela

A review of Profile Theatre's season opener.


Arts & Books
Irreparably broken relationships, wanton violence and abstract, philosophical musings: Yes, Profile Theatre’s season opener, Eyes for Consuela, certainly has all of playwright Sam Shepard’s trademarks. Minutes after they meet on a moonlit rural Mexican street, Amado (Andrés Alcalá) is holding his machete at the gringo Henry (Michael Mendelson). He doesn’t want the bumbling tourist’s money ...   More
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 MITCH LILLIE

True West (Our Shoes Are Red/The Performance Lab)

Brotherly love and some brave little toasters.

To Austin, fresh toast smells like salvation. “I love the smell of toast,” says the fussy, Ivy League–pedigreed, aspiring Hollywood screenwriter. “And the sun’s coming up. It makes me    More
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 REBECCA JACOBSON


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