“…it’s the cardboard costumes used to denote the various human and animal characters in the play that are so immensely appealing. Using just the standard dirt brown cardboard of everyday boxes and a black magic marker, Beth Nixon creates a fanciful menagerie of creatures…”
—New York Times


On Lava Fossil:
Boston Globe
Edge Boston
Rhode Island Monthly

On Below and Beyond:
Live Arts Blog
The Portland Phoenix
Pittsburgh Tribune

On my participation in Banners and Cranks, a Contestoria Festival in NYC:
The L Magazine

On Antony and Cleopatra (I did Act V):
Philadelphia Inquirer

On “Cankerblossom” (my collaboration with Pig Iron Theater Company):
Philadelphia City Paper’s Big Vision Issue Choice of 2010
New York Times
Philly Weekly
First Person Arts Blog
The Philadelphia Inquirer


On my “Magical Land” installation:

On me and the Radicackilacky Puppetry Convergence in North Carolina:
Independent Weekly

On my involvement with the Black Sheep Puppet Festival in Pittsburgh:
Pittsburgh City Paper
Pittsburgh Tribune Review

On the piñata exhibit and clown shows at SPACE Gallery, Portland, ME:
Portland Phoenix

About the community parade and time-line pageant in Troy, MT:

…and the project I returned to work on 5 years later, also in Troy, MT: