David Hirson's tribute to Molière, La Bête, is the sort of play Theatre Three thinks they should be doing - but shouldn't. The 1991 comedy, which has enjoyed a couple of decent Broadway runs, the latest starring the incomparable Mark Rylance, is written in rhymed couplets. Nobody wants to see play ... More >>
Some misery you enjoy. Some comedy is just miserable.
Uptown Players stage an academic romp
One's worth the price, one's not. Care to guess?
Wicked's second visit to DSM breaks the spell; T3's Odd Couple cleans up nicely
Classical Acting Company sells mixed messages in Death of a Salesman
Our critics weigh in on local theater
A simple farmer teaches lessons of patience and wisdom in PRT's The Drawer Boy
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Tony Curtis commits felonious acting at DSM; Plano Rep rips into an old play about jail