If the run-through Monday night is any indication of the breadth of talent taking part in the December 6 benefit event called A Gathering, the real thing is going to be quite a show. In the ninth floor studio at the Wyly Theatre, actors, singers, musicians and dancers rehearsed their pieces of this ... More >>
Kitchen Dog's Vibrator Play fails to satisfy.
Collin Theatre Center stages a Nice Production of a not-so-nice play.
Inspired by Genesis, DTC's In the Beginning makes Eden into a land of confusion
The next production at the Dallas Theater Center, In the Beginning (opening January 21), also marks the start of a new era for actors at the 50-year-old playhouse. It will be the first production to star all of the members of artistic director Kevin Moriarty's new nine-member resident acting company ... More >>
Little Red Riding Hood and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity round out the holiday-season stagings
Deck the halls with bombs of Xenu
DTC struggles with Pride and Prejudice; some funny "girls" in Nunsense: A-Men!
DTC performs annual Tiny Tim rescue; at Theatre Britain, shoe fits, Cinderella acquits
DTC's Illusion plays ugly tricks; Communicating Doors plays with time
Uptown Players take on The Who's psychedelic sideshow; Echo Theater goes Sailing to Byzantium
Bug at Kitchen Dog Theater gets under your skin; year's infectious performances touch critics
Misery strips King's thriller to the bone at RTC; for Hypochondriac, take two aspirin
No sex, please, they're skittish at The MAC; comedy galore, mystery a bore in Addison
Classical Acting Company digs deep with All My Sons; at KDT, a muddled Much Ado
Echo Theatre's fine Cloud Nine offers a sly glimpse at sexual politics past and present
The DTC's A Christmas Carol is a show loaded with blanks
Shake-ing it up
The DTC never reaches full flight in Chekhov's The Seagull
Or: Learning about pot-smoking, gas-passing presidents can be fun!
11th Street Theatre walks a high wire over Edward Albee's domestic disturbance
Kitchen Dog carriesonly the essentialson a flight through Hamlet
Stage West's The Swan lacks the power to get aloft
Despite its rich elements and strong performances, Mata Hari doesn't quite hang together