What a year it has been. What a fine theater town we're in.
Strokes of genius in Ochre House's new play about Frida Kahlo.
The Ochre House sends up O'Neill's greatest; Sylvia's cute as a pup at Pocket.
The Bath House explores The Mystery of Miz Arnette, while Nouveau Frontiers keep reading.
No Point in Posey's Hunter S. Thompson Play
See a strange Date at Theater Too
Mommies dearest and queerest in new shows at Contemporary Theatre and Uptown Players
In DCT's Miracle Worker, small wonders abound; King of the Road acts the fool
CTD revives sweet, raunchy Rocky Horror; Arthur's in the dark in PRT's Camelot
Theatre Britain and Stage West offer English lessons in silly farce and fierce drama
Rhyme Deferred finds the art at the heart of hip-hop
A pair of one-acts showcases the moods of Dallas' own Tim Hatcher
Picasso at the Lapin Agile provides laughs -- both cheap and otherwise
11th Street Theatre Project paints two very different family portraits in Southern Rituals
The laughs come wrapped in pinko packaging in Theatre Three's We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay!
11th Street Theater Project revives a Pulitzer play with mixed results
Adam and Eve show a lot of cheek in 11th Street's Arthur Miller revival
Some terrific acting blooms in Pinter's The Hothouse
11th Street's hillbilly soap opera Heathen Valley is beyond redemption