Kitchen Dog Theater's Latest is creepy-cool look at the written word and the scars of child abuse.
Also: With Snake Eyes, Second Thought rattles the emotions.
Were there 10 great shows in 2007? More like 11—no, make it 12.
The Boxer packs a sweet punch at DCT; Our Lady's down for the count at the MAC
Not exactly Dead Parrot: The Musical, but close; new season lineups promise star turns
Mr. Marmalade, Lawrence & Holloman buddy up to the absurd; Parade's a main drag
TV brings big Break, hot Lights to Dallas actors; plus, theater's best 10 of 2006
Fat Pig makes weight an issue in romance; Vieux Carré revisits old New Orleans
City of Angels gets la-la-lost; DFW drama critics dole out '06 honors
Humpty Dumpty and Visiting Mr. Green find characters heading for big crack-ups
Bug at Kitchen Dog Theater gets under your skin; year's infectious performances touch critics
At WaterTower Theatre, Living Out shines; The Nerd's life of leisure suits the Pocket
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead asks a lot, maybe too much, of its audience
The Danube flows in unexpected directions at Kitchen Dog Theater
Back to the '80s for comic Girl's Guide; into the depths of despair in Belly
Contemporary Theatre of Dallas gives some Sex Tips for Girls
The Laramie Project breaks through to truth; DTC's The Real Thing comes up short
Extra Virgin's Hemlock is a seductive dose of despair