At CTD and Lewisville, two winning comedies reveal the ugly side of beauty pageants.
Theatre Too romances tunes of John Bucchino; KDT takes dull journey with 26 Miles.
Were there 10 great shows in 2007? More like 11—no, make it 12.
Party games push the fear factor in Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
WaterTower gets Virginia
Mommies dearest and queerest in new shows at Contemporary Theatre and Uptown Players
TV brings big Break, hot Lights to Dallas actors; plus, theater's best 10 of 2006
DTC performs annual Tiny Tim rescue; at Theatre Britain, shoe fits, Cinderella acquits
City of Angels gets la-la-lost; DFW drama critics dole out '06 honors
Three plays send characters out on the porch to get inside their heads
Toasting DTC's Thom Pain; Kitchen Dog Theater's Raw Vision paints up a storm
Serial killer, masked man and ghetto diva--but, dang it, not in the same show
Uptown Players take on The Who's psychedelic sideshow; Echo Theater goes Sailing to Byzantium
Quaint scandals at Theatre Three; shrieks of horror fill the night at Teatro Dallas
Altar Boys' mix of youthful flashback and edgy animation never quite gels
The Hungry Woman: A Mexican Medea dines on questions of race, sexuality and desire
Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum pundits pass out plaudits
Two views of The Woman in Black
The great beyond and back again
Theatre Three jettisons all jitters
Kitchen Dog's actors reheat Beckett's leftovers
Allied Theatre's Man of the Moment dips expertly into two painful pasts
Woman in Black runs on all its haunting cylinders at the Circle Theatre
Stage West's Rough Crossing is a pleasant journey by a plundering playwright
Larry O'Dwyer's return to Theatre Three in The Miser is saved by a strong supporting cast
Richard Hamburger does a Chuck Jones take on a 17th-century French master
T3's inspired production offers fresh insight into a timeless tragedy
A confident cast traverses T3's The Fantasticks
Theatre Three's Cocoanuts brilliantly conjures up a fabled era