Jimmy Fowler

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  • 15 years ago | Theater

    One of the great issues of modern drama can best be phrased as a simple, catty question: "Why is Hedda such a bitch?" Certainly, the pioneering dramatist Henrik Ibsen was spry enough with language, structure and the subtle insertions of social con...

  • 15 years ago

    "I put the fun in funeral home!" declares Beverly Henley, one of the few funeral directors and embalmers in Texas who also owns her own business. Lest anyone take offense, Forest Lawn's silver-haired impresario insists she encourages all her emplo...

  • 15 years ago

    Comedian Chris Rock once made a statement that private investigator David Cohen says he has considered framing on his desk: "Men are as loyal as their options." Cohen founded his own private investigation firm, Investigative Resources of Texas, in...

  • 15 years ago

    By purely stereotypical standards, Carl Savering looks like a repo man: shaved head, burly stature, belt buckle, work boots. That's his day job (or late-night job, depending on the assignment). But he's also co-founder and artistic director of The...

  • 15 years ago

    When Richard Curtin talks about overseeing the activities of "the girls and the boys," don't mistake him for a kindergarten teacher. As entertainment director for Caven Enterprises, Dallas' largest owner of lesbian and gay bars and clubs, it's Cur...

  • 15 years ago | Theater

    "The people's musical returns!" trumpets a poster advertising the appearance of Blood Brothers in an English theater. It's kind of amusing that a show written by blue-collar advocate Willy Russell as relief from the budget-busting spectacles of An...

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