And what happens when they get it wrong.
Vanessa Hudgens proves truer than Gimme Shelter.
Little Red Riding Hood and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity round out the holiday-season stagings
Patrick Michels The Dallas Center for the Performing Arts people promised a big-time speaker at their one-year countdown party this morning, and they delivered James Earl Jones. Ostensibly, the idea was to show off the kind of talent the center will attract when it opens next year. Really, though ... More >>
Conan slays at the Inwood
Liz Mikel, a familiar face (and voice) on Dallas stages, will continue her run on NBC, thanks to last week's good-news announcement. The news late last week that Friday Night Lights will be back for a sophomore season on NBC was no surprise to Dallas-based actress Liz Mikel. She had faith all along. ... More >>
With Fences, DTC steps up to take a big swing at a major work by August Wilson
A truly universal remote leads to Sandler's best movie in years
Jones, We Are Your Fans
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
Kitchen Dog's Othello isn't black and white or red all over
Don't believe the hype -- oh, like it even matters
May 6 - 12, 1999
The transcendental rhymes of Bhakti
After two decades, Star Wars has become the cult film for the rest of us
Good, but not that good
A struggling arts foundation gives kids a chance to see South Dallas through a camera lens
Artless but sincere, A Family Thing thrives on simplicity of feeling
Cry, The Beloved Country was the first word on apartheid, but it shouldn't be the last
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX