Theater

Director Discusses “Lear”

Dallas Theater Center will conclude its four-year Shakespeare cycle with one of the playwright’s greatest tragedies King Lear, a co-production with Trinity Repertory Company and directed by DTC artistic director Kevin Moriarty. This production brings together members of DTC’s and Trinity Rep’s acting companies for the first time in years [...]...

Sister Act

Sisters Shelbie Mac and Mary McElree star at Dallas Children’s Theater. Photo: Karen Almond. During the holiday season a lot of people dread the additional fa...

At Play with Dead White Zombies

The Dallas-based group of malcontent theatre, performance, visual, sound, and installation artists, collectively known as The Dead White Zombies, are taking experimental theatre to an all-new level. Thomas Riccio, an award-winning playwright, director, and scholar of indigenous and ritual created the group’s newest play (w)hole, a karmic love story [...]...

Young Man at Play

R to L: Jordan Jaffe, Celeste Roberts, Lindsay Ehrhardt in the Black Lab Theatre production of Boom.  PHOTO: RICHARD JAFFE. The New Adventure of Black Lab Thea...

Review: Love Goes To Press

Main Street Theater November 23-December 23, 2012 This just in: the battle of the sexes meets the front in Main Street Theater’s rediscovered mid-40’s wartime romance Loves Goes To Press by Martha Gellhorn and Virginia Cowles. Despite the welcome presence of pre-feminist leading women [...]...

Company Stages Big Move

Kathleen Culebro, who, along with four other Texas Christian University students founded Amphibian Stage Productions in 2000, can be so low-key and understated that it’s sometimes hard to believe that she is an artist in the world of theater, where egos and big-talkers often dominate. “My longtime shyness has been Amphibian’s biggest [...]...

Review: Body Awareness

It might sound a bit risqué when you first hear that a theatre company called Stark Naked is putting on a play called Body Awareness. But despite its title, Annie Baker’s 2008 one-act play has much more to do with the mind and with psychological evasiveness than with [...]...