Shakespeare Dallas' Hamlet boils over; Hair offers a brush with the '60s.
Kitchen Dog Theater's Latest is creepy-cool look at the written word and the scars of child abuse.
Also: With Snake Eyes, Second Thought rattles the emotions.
Mr. Marmalade, Lawrence & Holloman buddy up to the absurd; Parade's a main drag
Bug at Kitchen Dog Theater gets under your skin; year's infectious performances touch critics
A Number of clones visits Undermain Theatre; Bootstraps kicks up laughs at the Bath House
Local stage productions excelled in 1999 -- but where are the crowds?
There's no better place to spend Christmas than at Ground Zero
Undermain's Pericles is a prince of a show
Dallas theater critics spread their disease
11th Street Theatre Project paints two very different family portraits in Southern Rituals
Pegasus' comedy relies too heavily on camp to deliver its punch
Didymus makes you a true believer in the talent of its playwright
WaterTower's splendid production of Three Days of Rain makes you expect more from this theater company
While Undermain explores the dark side of the imagination, Lean Theater keeps it light
Lonely Planet is all over the map
With the Leon Rabin Awards, Dallas toasts its theater artists without really benefiting them
Fumes from Undermain's haunting Thrse Raquin will get you high
Undermain swoops for delicious comic lows in The Deatherians