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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A Winter for Ibsen: Classical Theatre’s <em>A Doll’s House</em>
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A Winter for Ibsen: Classical Theatre’s A Doll’s House

Houston's Classical Theatre Company returns to Ibsen this winter with their production of A Doll's…

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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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Love is in the Cards: Linda Phenix Returns to Theatre LaB Houston for <em>52 Pick Up</em>
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Love is in the Cards: Linda Phenix Returns to Theatre LaB Houston for 52 Pick Up

Linda Phenix returns to directing with the Theatre LaB Houston production of TJ Dawe and…

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Love and Loss: <em>The Bridges of Madison County</em> at TUTS
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Love and Loss: The Bridges of Madison County at TUTS

Flawed Characters
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Flawed Characters

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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What We Loved & More:  A + C Writers Look Back at 2015 and Ahead to 2016
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What We Loved & More: A + C Writers Look Back at 2015 and Ahead to 2016

Becoming Nannerl: The Other Mozart
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Becoming Nannerl: The Other Mozart

The story begins with a portrait by Johann Nepomuk della Croce of a family: father,…

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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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Coming Home: Bree Welch
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Coming Home: Bree Welch

Bree Welch made a triumphant return to Texas, playing Henry in Henry V at Houston's…

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<em>Clarkston</em> at Dallas Theater Center
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Clarkston at Dallas Theater Center

Dallas Theater Center presents the world premiere of 2014 MacArthur Foundation Fellow Samuel D. Hunter’s…

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<em>Blood Wedding</em>
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Blood Wedding

First-Hand: <em>Shakespeare in Print and Performance</em> at the Harry Ransom Center
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First-Hand: Shakespeare in Print and Performance at the Harry Ransom Center

In 1616, William Shakespeare was buried at Holy Trinity church, Stratford-Upon-Avon. A prayer was inscribed…

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The Rat King has Spoken: Holiday Foes Pick Faves
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The Rat King has Spoken: Holiday Foes Pick Faves

I was blindfolded, thrown into a car and driven for hours before we reached their…

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Fictional Nebraska: Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s <em>The Totalitarians</em> at Kitchen Dog Theater
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Fictional Nebraska: Peter Sinn Nachtrieb’s The Totalitarians at Kitchen Dog Theater

A charismatic political candidate with memorable hair who relies more on passion than facts —…

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Global Theater: The Texas/Prague Partnership
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Global Theater: The Texas/Prague Partnership

There is no commercial nonstop flight from any city in Texas to any city in…

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Drama in the House: Matt Hune’s Living Room Series
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Tumbling Through Time and Memory: Sharr White’s The Other Place at the Alley Theatre
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Tumbling Through Time and Memory: Sharr White’s The Other Place at the Alley Theatre

Somewhat lost amid all the hullabaloo and celebrations surrounding the Alley Theatre’s grand reopening and…

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Theater Imitates Art: McNay Museum Exhibition Highlights Influence of Art on Theater
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Theater Imitates Art: McNay Museum Exhibition Highlights Influence of Art on Theater

If you were asked to design sets and costumes evoking 16th century Italy, where would…

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Curtain Up: Houston’s Main Street Theater Celebrates 40 Years and a Newly Renovated Space
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Curtain Up: Houston’s Main Street Theater Celebrates 40 Years and a Newly Renovated Space

“This is a real milestone!” Main Street Theater executive artistic director Rebecca Greene Udden offers…

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Theatre LaB Houston at The MATCH
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Theatre LaB Houston at The MATCH

A + C theater writer John DeMers caught up with TLH founder Gerald LaBita to…

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Ringside Emotional Head Butt: Stages Repertory Theatre’s The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity
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Ringside Emotional Head Butt: Stages Repertory Theatre’s The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity

I have a (admittedly unoriginal) theory that sooner or later, no matter what the perceived…

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String & Shadows: Puppets Across the Lone Star State
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String & Shadows: Puppets Across the Lone Star State

Creating strange beings and bringing them to life only to discover that not only will…

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Undermain Theatre gets Meta in The Droll Or, a Stage Play about the END of Theatre
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Undermain Theatre gets Meta in The Droll Or, a Stage Play about the END of Theatre

Playwrights and filmmakers alike have a long history of creating art about creating art.

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Alley Theatre’s Second Life
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Alley Theatre’s Second Life

Donald Fowler, Jack the Ripper and a Dallas-born musical: WaterTower Theatre Premieres Creep
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Donald Fowler, Jack the Ripper and a Dallas-born musical: WaterTower Theatre Premieres Creep

When Creep opens on Oct. 5 at WaterTower Theatre, a large cast of Londoners will…

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Entertainment + Education:  The Rivalrous History of Fort Worth Theater
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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

Fall Dance at Miller: Great Performances in the Great Outdoors
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Fall Dance at Miller: Great Performances in the Great Outdoors

Shadow Tale: BooTown’s White Raven
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Shadow Tale: BooTown’s White Raven

Shadow puppetry is one of the most ancient forms of dramatic storytelling, and a kind…

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Mapping Theater in Houston
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Mapping Theater in Houston

A Hunchback, a Queso Fountain and a Whale: Spring/Summer Season Standouts
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A Hunchback, a Queso Fountain and a Whale: Spring/Summer Season Standouts

The Spring/Summer season has come and gone, and there were plenty of outstanding performances and…

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AT&T Performing Arts Center Gears up for Season Two of their Off Broadway on Flora’s Series
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AT&T Performing Arts Center Gears up for Season Two of their Off Broadway on Flora’s Series

Cate Blouke caught up with Senior Programming Manager David Denson to chat about the series,…

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Whale Stories at Horse Head Theatre
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Whale Stories at Horse Head Theatre

Philip Hays, like Ahab, has lured a whole crew of creative characters into an immense,…

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Catastrophic Theatre’s Tamarie Cooper Goes Back to School
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Catastrophic Theatre’s Tamarie Cooper Goes Back to School

In the Bayou City, we know that it’s summer when the curtain rises on Tamarie…

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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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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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