In 1974, DTC premiered its best show ever. Why was it never seen again?
"Big D" both song and city, is earning big laughs at Lyric and the Wyly.
Musical take on classic Texas tales pales compared to less-lavish Kismet
Pay no attention to limp performance behind the curtain.
Steven WaltersHaving trouble getting cast in shows as a young actor new to Dallas eight years ago, Steven Walters made a bold move: He started his own theater company (with the help of four other fellow Baylor alums) and hasn't stopped working since. Second Thought Theatre, based in Addison and n ... More >>
Danny FulgencioDallas Theater Center Artistic Director Kevin MoriartyBack in June '07, the Dallas Theater Center introduced its sixth artistic director -- some dude named Kevin Moriarty, who was, at the time, a theater teacher at Brown University and the summer-season-runner at the Hangar Theatre ... More >>
CastAlbums.orgThis seemed like a nice way to end the day ...A little while ago, I was looking for something completely unrelated on the eBay when I came across this offering: an apparently very rare copy of the original cast recording of Steve Mackenroth and Randy Tallman's A Midsummer Night's Dr ... More >>
If this week's cover story on Dallas Theater Center's revisal of the 1966 Broadway smash flop It's a Bird ... It's a Plane ... It's Superman! isn't enough to make you want to see what Kevin Moriarty, Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Charles Strouse and Lee Adams have done to the singing Last Son of Krypto ... More >>
DTC goes out on a juice run
Little Red Riding Hood and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity round out the holiday-season stagings
At DTC's Tommy, Kevin Moriarty presents a package that shakes up the old and reaches out to the new
With the curtain falling on its old playhouse,Dallas Theater Center gets its act together with a new leader
Knock, knock? Ghouls there in DCT's bloody good Dead
DTC builds on the real estate of David Mamet's Glengarry
With Fences, DTC steps up to take a big swing at a major work by August Wilson
DTC performs annual Tiny Tim rescue; at Theatre Britain, shoe fits, Cinderella acquits
DTC's Illusion plays ugly tricks; Communicating Doors plays with time
Ain't missin' this
Local stages choked with Shakespeare; critics honor the year's best theater work
Kitchen Dog and DTC trot out a couple of creakies. One's Wild, one's Wilder--but only one's good.
DTC keeps your eyes open throughout the jarring Dreamlandia
Working-class Hispanics and opinionated vaginas mark this year's Festival of the Unexpected
DTC's production of the venerable Guys and Dolls hits some flat notes
Dallas theater critics spread their disease
Two acts may be one Tale too many in DTC's Alice
Richard Hamburger transformed the Dallas Theater Center into a regional marvel, but as he faces a million dollar debt and a host of angry critics, is it curtains for his daring vision?
Pocket Sandwich Theatre's latest audience-participation epic evokes tired jeers
Last year's offerings brightened local stage