LBJ Takes the Stage: Alley Theatre and Dallas Theater Center Team Up for <em>All the Way</em>
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LBJ Takes the Stage: Alley Theatre and Dallas Theater Center Team Up for All the Way

Lyndon Baines Johnson has surely been called almost every name in every book, especially here…

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Funny stuff: Dallas’ first nonprofit comedy theater proves laughter is the best medicine
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Funny stuff: Dallas’ first nonprofit comedy theater proves laughter is the best medicine

In a newly rehabbed, 75-seat black box theater, tucked behind Peticolas Brewing Company in the…

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The Great Playwright Swap: Dallas’s Kitchen Dog Theater Helps Pilot Groundbreaking National Experiment
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The Great Playwright Swap: Dallas’s Kitchen Dog Theater Helps Pilot Groundbreaking National Experiment

For the past 20 years, the National New Play Network has connected nonprofit theaters across…

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Making Their Mark: Imprint Theatreworks Launches in Dallas
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Close to the Ground: Lily Cabatu Weiss Leads the Dallas Arts District Forward
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Close to the Ground: Lily Cabatu Weiss Leads the Dallas Arts District Forward

The Messy Truth: <em>John</em> at Undermain Theatre
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The Messy Truth: John at Undermain Theatre

Vocal Heroics: Clifton Forbis Returns To Dallas Opera
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The Great Outdoors: <em>Electra</em> at Dallas Theater Center
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The Great Outdoors: Electra at Dallas Theater Center

It’s the first day of rehearsals for Electra (April 4-May 2), and Dallas Theater Center…

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Primed for Growth:  Is Dallas the Country’s Next Hub for New Plays?
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Primed for Growth: Is Dallas the Country’s Next Hub for New Plays?

What is theater that doesn’t reflect contemporary realities? What kind of life can theatrical storytelling…

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Housing the Drama: An Update on Dallas Theater Spaces
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Housing the Drama: An Update on Dallas Theater Spaces

Experimental plays and intimate dramas set in homes typically belong in black box theaters. The…

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Who the Dickens is Scrooge?: <em>A Christmas Carol</em> at Dallas Theater Center
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Who the Dickens is Scrooge?: A Christmas Carol at Dallas Theater Center

Productions of the A Christmas Carol have decorated the stages of local theaters for decades.…

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The Troublemakers: A young generation of Dallas theater makers pursue socio-political activism in their work
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The Troublemakers: A young generation of Dallas theater makers pursue socio-political activism in their work

In Dallas, a generation of young playwrights is beginning to flex dramatic muscle in pursuit…

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Celebrating Women’s Voices at Bishop Arts Theatre Center
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Celebrating Women’s Voices at Bishop Arts Theatre Center

At this time of year, Dallas' Bishop Arts Theatre Center hosts a new playwright competition,…

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Three Premieres & Fresh Energy: Dallas Black Dance Theatre Moves Forward
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Three Premieres & Fresh Energy: Dallas Black Dance Theatre Moves Forward

Though it has been without an official artistic director for several months, Dallas Black Dance…

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Women First at WingSpan Theatre
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Women First at WingSpan Theatre

If you really think about it, there aren’t that many juicy roles for women.

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Women Win at Dallas’ Echo Theatre: A Conversation with Briana Pozner
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Women Win at Dallas’ Echo Theatre: A Conversation with Briana Pozner

Latina/o Talent Front and Center: Texas Playwrights at Carnaval
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Latina/o Talent Front and Center: Texas Playwrights at Carnaval

Already bursting with talent, Chicago will be overflowing with creativity from July 23-25. That’s when…

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Tap Dancing, Decadence, and a Queso Fountain: Rude Mechs Make Their Dallas Debut
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The Glory of the Game: Dallas Theater Center’s Colossal Addresses the Theater of Football
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The Glory of the Game: Dallas Theater Center’s Colossal Addresses the Theater of Football

When a mentor challenged Andrew Hinderaker to write "an unproduceable play," he sought inspiration from…

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Next up at AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Elevator Project Cara Mia Stages Octavio Solis’ Lydia
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The Elevator Project opens the AT&T Performing Arts Center to local artists
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The Elevator Project opens the AT&T Performing Arts Center to local artists

IMAGE ABOVE: Wyly Rooftop Terrace. Photo by Iwan Baan, courtesy of AT&T Performing Arts Center.…

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Five Must-See Shows this Spring in Dallas
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Five Must-See Shows this Spring in Dallas

It’s not every day that a Dallas theater produces a show bound (hopefully) for Broadway,…

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Drama in Dallas
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Drama in Dallas

Dallas struggles with its identity. If the three big cities of Texas were familial stereotypes,…

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Review:  Theatre Three – On the Eve
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Review: Theatre Three – On the Eve

8 Standouts in Dallas Theater in 2013
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8 Standouts in Dallas Theater in 2013

The sheer amount of theater in Dallas can be overwhelming. To make this list, I…

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Dancing Left of Center
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Dancing Left of Center

TITAS was founded in 1982 by co-founders Tom Adams and Gene Leggett, as the “Texas…

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40th Season of Puppetry Arts at Dallas Children’s Theater
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40th Season of Puppetry Arts at Dallas Children’s Theater

Kathy Burks and Company honor and holiday tradition and launch the 40th season of puppetry…

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The Book of Mormon to Hit Dallas
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The Book of Mormon to Hit Dallas

The National Tour of THE BOOK OF MORMON, order winner of nine Tony Awards including…

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Alamo Drafthouse Coming to Dallas/Ft. Worth!
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Alamo Drafthouse Coming to Dallas/Ft. Worth!

Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas is pleased to announce plans to open their first Dallas/Forth Worth area…

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Dallas International Film Festival Opening Night!
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Dallas International Film Festival Opening Night!

The Dallas International Film Festival opened last night to a large crowd at the Magestic…

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Oak Cliff Cultural Center Gets New Face
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Oak Cliff Cultural Center Gets New Face

A Dallas native and alumnus of the Booker T. Washington HSPVA, seek the 27-year-old entrepreneur…

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Dallas Theater Center Takes On a ‘Giant’ Project
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Dallas Theater Center Takes On a ‘Giant’ Project

In more than two decades, online Michael John LaChiusa has been one of our most…

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The Big Surround: Nancy and Tarra talk Immersivity on Texas Stages
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The Big Surround: Nancy and Tarra talk Immersivity on Texas Stages

Since we (Nancy Wozny & Tarra Gaines) have an ongoing conversation on what defines an…

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Playing for Pride
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Playing for Pride

What do an English teacher, an arts fundraiser, a published poet, a former Peace Corps…

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Less Than Kind
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Less Than Kind

Eclectic Mix at Loop Festival
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Eclectic Mix at Loop Festival

The Heavenly Muse Players (HMP), a new local theatrical troupe with members who hail from…

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The A+C TX Top Ten:  Summer 2018
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The A+C TX Top Ten: Summer 2018

Our top ten picks for arts + culture events happening across the Lone Star state…

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Acting in Texas: Steph Garrett
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Acting in Texas: Steph Garrett

Steph Garrett is an actor, puppeteer, and voice actor in Dallas who is known for…

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Standing Above the Noise: A Critic Explains
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Standing Above the Noise: A Critic Explains

The A+C TX Top Ten:  June 2018
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The A+C TX Top Ten: June 2018

Our top ten picks for arts + culture events happening across the Lone Star State…

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