Tag: Shotgun Players

Over-the-top teen angst in Shotgun Players’ ‘Dry Land’

Unwanted pregnancy, confused sexuality, the yearning for a sense of belonging and identity and love -- all can be part…

4 months ago

‘Iron Shoes’ a magical, modern fairy tale

Shotgun Players’ latest world premiere “Iron Shoes,” a multidisciplinary fairytale for modern times, feels seductively mysterious even before it begins,…

6 months ago

Winter 2018 Arts Preview: Theater

The theater season serves up major tours, offbeat experiments, musicals, comedy and drama. A Fatal Step: Solo performer Jill Vice’s…

8 months ago

Shotgun takes on computers, love in ‘Watson Intelligence’

“I’m going to make you irresistibly sexy,” the brooding and troubled Eliza tells Watson, who sits stiffly and implacably, facing…

1 year ago

Shotgun Players’ ‘Events’ a story of immediacy

Claire, a priest and community choir leader, believes she has lost her soul. The cause: a horrific event, dramatized only…

1 year ago

Fast-paced ‘Nora’ updates Ibsen for 21st century

First produced in 1879, Swedish dramatist Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” -- in which a young wife and mother finds…

1 year ago

Shotgun Players’ ‘Caught’ dazzlingly ponders nature of truth

There are very few things you can take at face value in local trickster-playwright Christopher Chen’s “Caught,” now in a…

2 years ago

Science, romance mix in ‘Heart Shaped Nebula’

Marisela Treviño Orta’s at times captivating, at times perplexing, drama “Heart Shaped Nebula,” now in a world premiere at Shotgun…

3 years ago