Theater

Review: Red

Dallas Theater Center What is the nature of brilliance? What is the nature of genius? Are those destined or determined to wrestle with the searing, implacable issues that plague we poor, pathetic mortals, doomed to a life of misery and inconsolable rage? These are questions [...]...

Review: Anything Goes

AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas Broadway actress Rachel York seems to have it all: impeccable comic timing, a deftness for dance, and a dynamic voice that carries all the way to the rafters. The triple threat was in fine form for Wednesday’s opening night of Anything Goes, the latest [...]...

Review: The Language Archive

“I don’t understand what you’re trying to tell me,” Mary says to George in Julia Cho’s The Language Archive (at Stages Repertory Theatre through March 3). “I’ve never understood what you’re trying to tell me.” And right there brings us to the crux of the problem in this endearing drama [...]...

The Con is On

The first national tour of Catch Me If You Can lands in Fair Park February 12. This swanky new musical about contemporary con man Frank Abagnale, Jr. is the 2013 season opener for the Dallas Summer Musicals. Based on the 2002 Steven Spielberg film, the songwriting duo Marc Shaiman [...]...

Review: Wittenberg

Stages Repertory Theatre’s rendering of David Davalos’s delightfully quirky Wittenberg may be the one show in Houston you shouldn’t miss. As director Josh Morrison says in his program note, “I would love audiences to experience a debate of faith versus reason in a witty, fun [...]...