As my Mixmaster companion Jamie Laughlin and I were driving to lunch today, Prince's "Purple Rain" came on the radio. We both looked at each other and threw up a fist when the breakdown came, that part when Prince starts ecstatically screeching like only he can. And there is the beauty of a Prince s ... More >>
Saturday, March 24, at Riprocks, Denton
With The Women, CTD tests the Clare-voyance of a 1930s single-sex comedy
At the Deep Ellum film fest, fact becomes fiction becomes fact
The Four Blondes make the same mistakes as the women in Sex in the City, but have less fun
Do we prefer vodka or gin martinis?
Obey the Brute!
Stanley Tucci's Secret is a poignant look at a writer and his curious subject
Theatre Too! celebrates Sedaris
Finding a Stone Cottage where a WaterTower stands
John Bloom has taken his alter ego, Joe Bob Briggs, and gone Hollywood. But watching America's favorite drive-in movie critic on television these days, a new character is emerging: John Bloom himself
Fumes from Undermain's haunting Thrse Raquin will get you high
The preppies all look alike in the disappointing Last Days of Disco
Alan Rudolph rises from the ashes in a suave, smoky Afterglow
Doolittle's barely emerges from a martini-induced culinary fog
Dalton James is one of Dallas' most amazing theatrical talents. But life still hurts sometimes.
A confident cast traverses T3's The Fantasticks
Kevin Massey is no 'cyberstalker.' But when he tangled with another bullheaded loudmouth on the Internet, their 'flame' war spawned a great publicity stunt.
Denise Calls Up babbles away, then hangs up on you
Author and screenwriter Harry Preston reflects upon a career spent traveling from here to obscurity
Carrington is a dense social history of bohemianism
Laurie Anderson riffs on fame, death, and the political landscape
Nell and Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle invoke mythological American women