It’s likely you’ve never heard of any of the titles in Amphibian Stage’s 2024 season, and that’s exactly how Kathleen Culebro wants it.
Since its founding in 2001, Uptown Players has put a heavy emphasis on relationships—not only with its patrons, the majority of whom identify as LGBTQ+, but also with its performers, musicians, crew, artistic and administrative staff, and playwrights and composers.
Since 1969, Southern Methodist University has been offering performing arts degrees in theater, music, and dance through undergraduate tracks in the Meadows School of the Arts.
We are back for our epic annual public chit chat, a tiny snapshot of the thousand dishy emails that fly across the inter tubes discussing what we just saw, missed, didn’t understand or flat out loved.
Embracing the Theatrical in Non-Theatrical Spaces: Kitchen Dog Theater makes all of Dallas its stage
At the start of its 33rd season, Kitchen Dog Theater found itself without a home.
In the Space Between: AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Elevator Project continues to tell Dallas’ unique stories
“Warning: You’re going to hear me say ‘I’m really excited about this’ a lot.” This is one of the first things Hector Garcia says during our interview about the Elevator Project’s 2024 season, and it’s not an understatement.
Bucking the Trend: While other arts organizations are barely surviving, Fort Worth’s Stage West is thriving
In a time when regional theaters are reeling from post-pandemic shortages, losses, and even devastating closings, one Fort Worth theater seems remarkably immune (knock on wood).
Austin-based playwright Sam Mayer is in that fray, questioning what success in the theater means, both for him and for the art form more generally.
Houston’s Theatre Under The Stars also understands the allure of some tacky fun and plans to offer the ultimate holiday show alternative this season with the world premiere, The Ugly Xmas Sweater Musical.