Oldest Living Graduate didn't do enough homework; Drowsy Chaperone wakes up the smile muscles at Fair Park Music Hall
Theatre Three asks Whodunnit but doesn't have a clue.
Three plays send characters out on the porch to get inside their heads
CTD's Steel Magnolias should curl up and dye; Uptown Players go for the full monty
Homeless theaters prove they're worth watching at this year's FIT
Broken hearts and bleeding lungs
Ten new short plays explore the Santa season's troubling head games
Boom Town rivets with its understated stew of working-class sex and hunger
Airy dialogue twists Tongue of a Bird
We're having some fun now: Joe Egg takes a crack at the inexpressibly grim
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?
Dallas theater critics spread their disease
A triumph over Father Death done with both Grace and Glorie
Theatre Quorum makes beautiful music in Serenading Louie
Theatre Quorum neverquite plunges into thedepths of Black
Collected Works' Vanya dissolves into chaos