Masami Teraoka’s seven newest triptychs, executed in oil on panel with gold leaf frames between 2009 and 2014, transform the McKinney Avenue Contemporary’s large gallery into a modern day version of a Renaissance chapel.
If the play is titled Less Than Kind, it sets itself up for easy aim if the production doesn’t live up to theatrical standards. Luckily, the U.S. premiere of Sir Terence Rattigan’s smart comedy has no fears of embarrassment as produced at Theatre Three in Dallas.
Dallas struggles with its identity. If the three big cities of Texas were familial stereotypes, Dallas would be the middle child, stuck between its classy older sibling, Houston, and the cool, do-no-wrong youngest sibling, Austin.
Justin Locklear is currently appearing in Mike Bartlett's COCK at Second Thought Theatre in Dallas through Feb. 22. A graduate of Baylor University with a BFA in Theater Performance, Locklear's recent regional credits include Dreams of Slaughtered Sheep and Best Seat In Town with the Ochre House Theater, and T.N.B. With the Dead White Zombies.
Danielle Georgiou is a dance installation and video performance artist based in Dallas, TX. Her work has been shown across Texas, New York (Horton Gallery), California (Rogue Fringe Festival), Florida (Bosch Film Festival), and Oregon (Portland’s Experimental Film Festival).