Oswald: The Actual Interrogation rejiggers history into a tight, taut drama.
Little Red Riding Hood and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity round out the holiday-season stagings
Theater Too stages explosively funny Big Bang; Stage West goes Japanese with a sexy puppet play
Also: T3 hopes to clean up again with I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
A movie star in the closet? An invisible baby? How absurd!
Uptown Players take on The Who's psychedelic sideshow; Echo Theater goes Sailing to Byzantium
With To Kill a Mockingbird, Dallas Children's Theater stages a trial with few errors
The Laramie Project breaks through to truth; DTC's The Real Thing comes up short
WaterTower scores a hit with vintage comedy; critics pick season's winners
Two stages offer British accents; a fringe festival puts the accent on new works
Theatre Three makes a joyful noise with a good play about preachin'
There's much to love in Addison's I Hate Hamlet, a comic tribute to Barrymore and the Bard
Some Explicit Polaroids offers up snaps of the self-absorbed
The Great Gilly Hopkins missteps while offering up serious fare for kids
Ravenscroft digs into a family plot
Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum pundits pass out plaudits
T3 insiders depart on a down note -- namely, Mizlansky/Zilinsky, or "Schmucks"
The two couples in Seascape must take a giant step for mankind
Stage West's Rough Crossing is a pleasant journey by a plundering playwright
WaterTower's splendid production of Three Days of Rain makes you expect more from this theater company