Beneath the ugly wrapping, Noel Coward's Present Laughter is filled with comedy gifts.
The Good Negro bares roots of a movement; in Oak Cliff, a bumpy ride in Leonard's Car; Mummy dearest for tweens
DCT offers amphibious fun for children of all ages; Garland doesn't quite connect with Damn Yankees
One's worth the price, one's not. Care to guess?
A stumper with Risk Theatre's All of the Above; T3's Mack & Mabel sends bad vibrations
David and Amy Sedaris preach the gospel of satire in a perspiring Book of Liz
Thumbs up or toes up for reviewers at Pegasus; big voices in Broadway Our Way
Holi-divas! premiere and Santaland revival make it the worst Noel at WaterTower
City of Angels gets la-la-lost; DFW drama critics dole out '06 honors
With candor (and Ebb!) T3 salutes musicals; Angels flutter down at the Bath House
Urinetown, the Musical makes a splashy debut; Average Day overcomes unusual night
Limp Lettice & Lovage at Theatre Britain; Imaginary Invalid coughs and sputters at Theatre Three
Good grief! Happiness is Charlie Brown at Theatre Three; Patsy Cline and Magi are magical, too.
At CTD pump jockeys and pretty waitresses fill 'er up; theaters announce season lineups
Dickens murder mystery satisfies at WaterTower; Fully Committed fizzles at DTC
There's much to love in Addison's I Hate Hamlet, a comic tribute to Barrymore and the Bard
A bit overlong for kids, HONK! nevertheless soars
Theatre Three's Cocoanuts brilliantly conjures up a fabled era
DTC's Avenue X croons a theme of racial harmony