Shades of Gray puts fresh, new comedy into the Pocket; theaters help stranded PRT patrons
Ceremonies in Dark Old Men subtly explores racism and personal responsibility
Fowler talks about the "Big Issues"
League of their own; Making good
With the Leon Rabin Awards, Dallas toasts its theater artists without really benefiting them
Stellar acting and a strident script give new life to old material in Once in Doubt
New Theatre Company whips up a slight but tasty 18th-century meringue
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?
Dallas Theater Center snags four Leon Rabin Awards in inaugural contest
Dallas Children's Theater wrings as much life as it can from A.A. Milne's limp tales