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Manicures & Monuments Is Polished but Doesn’t Quite Nail It
1 month ago by Elaine Liner
Nobody gets their fingernails done in Manicures & Monuments, a 30-year-old play by Dallas playwright Vicki Caroline Cheatwood that’s on in a respectably acted but outsized revival at Addison’s WaterTower Theatre. Think of it as ...
All My Sons
3 months ago by Lauren Smart
I've always thought that Arthur Miller's All My Sons sounds like a soap opera. Certainly there is plenty of familial conflict in this post-World War II drama, but obviously the playwright brings a bit more sophistication to the dial...
Skip to the Loop, My Darlin'
5 months ago by Jennifer Davis- Lamm
It’s springtime in Dallas, a time of year heralded by the omnipresent specter of Pete Delkus, a rash of patio brunching, and the annual Out of the Loop Fringe Festival at WaterTower Theatre. Out of the Loop always kicks off th...
Likable Actors Can't Save Drippy Comedy Sexy Laundry at WaterTower
6 months ago by Elaine Liner
Dallas actors Wendy Welch and Bob Hess struggle to make laughs happen as they ham their way through the one-act two-hander Sexy Laundry by Canadian playwright Michele Riml, now on in a production directed broadly by Terry Martin in ...