In Game of Thrones, the ominous line "winter is coming" would be far more terrifying for a Dallas resident if it said "summer is coming." With the arrival of May, the mercury is rising, as the temperatures swiftly approach triple digits. Lucky for us, even when our cars run out of coolant, theaters ... More >>
Were there 10 great shows in 2007? More like 11—no, make it 12.
With Fences, DTC steps up to take a big swing at a major work by August Wilson
The DTC presents August Wilson's Fences
Jubilee sings a joyful noise in Black Nativity
Heavy bargaining for souls at Jubilee Theatre, Lyric Stage; hell is Glory of Living
Evita has her moments, and some style, at Lyric; Alabama Sky bright at Jubilee
Theatre Three's Major Barbara marches in brisk Shavian step
Blind Lemon Jefferson musical (or is it?) finally opens its eyes
After waiting and worrying, playwrights finally see opening date for Blind Lemon musical
A historian and a playwright bring a Dallas blues legend's story to the stage
How DISD betrays children of color
With their sequined dancers, cardboard characters, and savage beauty-shop banter, Shelly Garrett's comedy plays don't get any respect from critics. But black Dallas knows better.
DTC's Thunder is a sensual roof-raiser
New Arts Six and Langston Hughes celebrate a stirring Black Nativity
Stage West's Joe Turner illuminates the ties that bind