Cover of The Dramatist Season in Review 2022-2023
Austin/San Antonio Season in Review 2022-2023
Illustration by Ian Sklarsky
Illustration by Ian Sklarsky

This past season of San Antonio theatre kicked off with a celebration of the late Sterling Houston’s works. This included Classic Theatre of San Antonio and SATCO’s Theatre NOW, which produced new short plays by Andrew Heinrich, Anthony Herrera, Gabriel Luera, Antoinette F. Winstead, and me. The Classic Theatre also had a unique staged reading of Sheila Rinear’s Bound By Truth at the historic Mission Concepcion. 

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William Mohammad Razavi
William Mohammad Razavi

(he/him) is the San Antonio Area Ambassador for the Dramatists Guild and teaches at Trinity University and Our Lady of the Lake University. His plays include 27 Short Plays About Being Murdered in a Hotel by Abba and The Next-To-Last Flight of Amelia Earhart.