Katy Lemieux is a Dallas-based writer covering theater and the arts. She is a mother to two beautiful human children and three beautiful animal children. She has been published in Esquire Magazine, Texas Monthly, D Magazine, TheaterJones, American Theatre Magazine and most notably The Senior Voice.
2 days ago | Theater
Annie Baker’s John, now playing at Undermain Theatre, is a must-see, and it’s as simple as that. What’s not simple is the play itself. It opened at New York’s Signature Theatre Company in 2015, and the regional premiere in Dallas is not one to mis...
12 days ago | Theater
WaterTower Theatre is in the midst of a season of change. This is its first season with artistic director Joanie Schultz at the wheel, and now the theater has added a new managing director, longtime Dallas attorney Nick Even. “When a theater moves...
18 days ago | Theater
Prism Movement Theater has brought some of the most evocative theater to Dallas in recent years, all without uttering a word. Its latest creation is a wordless adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most complicated plays, King Lear. Prism’s iteration...
23 days ago | Theater
Kitchen Dog Theater launched its 27th season this week with the regional premiere of Ironbound, Polish-born playwright Martyna Majok’s sobering look at the plight of immigrants in America. Ironbound follows immigrant Darja (Karen Parrish) during t...
1 month ago | Theater
In playwright Kate Hamill’s adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, the droll, headstrong protagonist, Lizzy Bennett, tells her sisters that love is a game. So it makes sense that WaterTower's production of the play, onstage through Nov. ...
1 month ago | Dance
After a tour in South Korea, artistic director Joshua Peugh’s home away from Dallas, Dark Circles Contemporary Dance will open its fifth season in its hometown of Dallas this weekend. Big Bad Wolf and Les Fairies will focus on dance pieces in...