Soaring Music and Real Characters: <em>Fun Home</em> at AT&T
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Soaring Music and Real Characters: Fun Home at AT&T

<em>Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time</em> electrifies on stage
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Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time electrifies on stage

A large dead dog lies motionless on stage, a garden fork skewered into it’s side.…

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Meditation on Murder: <em>Murder For Two</em> at Stage West
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Meditation on Murder: Murder For Two at Stage West

Murder for Two, a not-so-usual murder mystery musical comedy at Stage West Theatre in Fort…

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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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WOWZA: <em>Funnyman </em> at Circle Theatre Scratches Below Comedy’s Surface
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WOWZA: Funnyman at Circle Theatre Scratches Below Comedy’s Surface

The title, Funnyman, is a little misleading. Sure, this tightly-structured work by Philadelphia playwright Bruce…

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Ann Flashes Back to Another Feisty Politician
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Ann Flashes Back to Another Feisty Politician

Dorothy Ann Willis Richards’ had a personality about the size of the state she governed.

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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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Obsessed with Intrigue: <em>Dangerous Obsession</em> at Theatre Britain
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Obsessed with Intrigue: Dangerous Obsession at Theatre Britain

Dangerous Obsession is a difficult play to review without revealing too much of its twists…

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Timeless & Universal: Dallas Theater Center’s <em>Romeo and Juliet</em>
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Timeless & Universal: Dallas Theater Center’s Romeo and Juliet

Joel Ferrell, Associate Artistic Director at Dallas Theater Center, is at the helm of a…

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Circle Theatre’s <em>Clever Little Lies</em> holds true to form
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Circle Theatre’s Clever Little Lies holds true to form

And while the New York production may have been a stroll down memory lane, the…

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<em>If/Then</em> Can’t Have It Both Ways
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If/Then Can’t Have It Both Ways

If/Then is a new touring musical aptly titled for it has two dueling personalities. It…

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Take the trip to Clarkston
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Take the trip to Clarkston

In Clarkston, now playing an extended premier run at Dallas Theater Center through Jan 31,…

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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

Pippin Pure Pleasure at Dallas Summer Musicals
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Pippin Pure Pleasure at Dallas Summer Musicals

Finding one’s purpose in life is a natural part of the human experience, and often…

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Sun Still Shines on Annie
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Sun Still Shines on Annie

Mass Appeal given faithful production at Circle Theatre
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Mass Appeal given faithful production at Circle Theatre

Extra! Extra! Newsies Just For Kicks!
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Extra! Extra! Newsies Just For Kicks!

Now on the first national tour, Newsies arrives in Texas as sweet-tasting as iced tea…

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I and You and Her: Lauren Gunderson at Circle Theatre
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I and You and Her: Lauren Gunderson at Circle Theatre

Mackie Louis (Caroline) and Nate Davis (Anthony) in I and You  by Lauren Gunderson. Photo…

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The Importance of Being Lee Trull: Wilde/Earnest at Kitchen Dog Theater
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Stagger Lee bustles with ambition and promise
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Stagger Lee bustles with ambition and promise

This Flick Takes Some Patience
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This Flick Takes Some Patience

In The Flick, Annie Baker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play now having its regional premiere at Undermain…

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Book Club Lightweight But Funny
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Book Club Lightweight But Funny

Dallas Theater Center’s The Book Club Play. Tiana Kay Johnson, Christie Vela, Jeffrey Schmidt, Steven…

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Once Gracefully Travels from Film to Stage
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Once Gracefully Travels from Film to Stage

I was hesitant walking into the Winspear Opera House on opening night of Once, the…

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Redemption & Forgiveness
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Redemption & Forgiveness

Public Reading of an Uproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney
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Public Reading of an Uproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney

One cannot be a chameleon and still achieve the monumental success that is Walt Disney.

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Playing with Fire at Kitchen Dog Theater
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Playing with Fire at Kitchen Dog Theater

If you have nothing to say after watching a performance of The Arsonists, the dark…

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Man of Many Faces
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Man of Many Faces

Dallas Theater Center’s Driving Miss Daisy Offers a Smooth & Heartfelt Ride
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Starting the Season with a Party
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Starting the Season with a Party

You can’t fault Dallas Theater Center for wanting to start their new season with some…

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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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Disney’s Beauty and the Beast
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Disney’s Beauty and the Beast

The show is now on its fourth national tour, the original Broadway creative team has…

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Ain’t Misbehavin’
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Ain’t Misbehavin’

The success of any production of Ain’t Misbehavin’, the 1978 Tony-winning musical revue, rests solely…

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The Wizard of Oz
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The Wizard of Oz

It’s OK, you can breathe a sigh of relief. The new touring stage version of…

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Less Than Kind
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Less Than Kind

Acting in Texas: Garret Storms on Santaland Diaries
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Acting in Texas: Garret Storms on Santaland Diaries

For many, David Sedaris’s Santaland Diaries (both the play and the original essay) are becoming…

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Review:  Raisin in the Sun
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Review: Raisin in the Sun

IMAGE ABOVE: Liz Mikel and Ptosha Storey in Dallas Theater Center’s Raisin in the Sun.…

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Review: Book of Mormon
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Review: Book of Mormon

The Book of Mormon is the most over-hyped Broadway musical of the last decade. But…

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