New plays feel long and come up short on ideas at ongoing FIT fest.
The Ochre House sends up O'Neill's greatest; Sylvia's cute as a pup at Pocket.
The Bath House explores The Mystery of Miz Arnette, while Nouveau Frontiers keep reading.
The Good Negro bares roots of a movement; in Oak Cliff, a bumpy ride in Leonard's Car; Mummy dearest for tweens
Theatre Three asks Whodunnit but doesn't have a clue.
Theaters never sicken of Dickens, so expect season's repeats
Our critics weigh in on local theater
An excess of exes attends CTD's The Dinner Party; Peter Pan flies above Earth and Sky
Double dose of self-hatred, way down South and south of the border
Pocket Sandwich Theatre mixes fairy tales and mobsters and scores no hit, man
WaterTower scores a hit with vintage comedy; critics pick season's winners
Ground Zero Theater just says yes to a dark and funny play about druggies
You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll take a beating at the Festival of Independent Theatres
Festival of Independent Theatres offers a smorgasbord for the mind
Making a "theater town"
Parade leaves an agonized trail of tears in its song-and-dance wake
Local stage productions excelled in 1999 -- but where are the crowds?
New Theatre Company ends with something Absurd
Theatre Quorum makes beautiful music in Serenading Louie
Two acts may be one Tale too many in DTC's Alice
Undaunted by last year's tepid reception, our theater critic presents his awards to local theater artists again
Theatre Three carries the humor on a long road through Mamet, May, and Allen
New Theatre Company's hilarious production of Psychopathia Sexualis saves its talky script...almost
New Theatre Company puts Don Juan on Trial