For 26 years, Pegasus Theatre has been taking the color out of stage comedy. They do it in "Living Black and White," a trade-secret method of makeup, costume and scenery that strips all the color away onstage -- except for the slip of an actor's pink tongue or a glimpse of blue eyes. Pegasus' cu ... More >>
Pegasus' annual black-and-white offering should pick up the pace.
Playwright Kurt Kleinmann's stays mum on how they drain color from the stage.
Churchmouse ProductionsJoey Folsom and Stephanie Hall star in Churchmouse Productions' Georgie Gets a Facelift and Thank U Berry MunchEach summer the Festival of Independent Theatres puts Dallas' hottest stage actors in a bunch of short one-act plays in rotating rep over four weekends. The 12th a ... More >>
Bad news this afternoon from Kurt Kleinmann, whose Pegasus Theatre has been coloring its stage productions a distinctly retro shade of gray since 1986: There will be no new "In Living Black and White" production next month at the Charles W. Eisemann Center in Richardson, where, last December, Kleinm ... More >>
So many parties, so little time. With 2008 a few days away, we here at DC-9 thought we’d help you sort out some of your New Year’s Eve club partying options. (See our NYE concert picks.) Everybody’s doing something around town but these top few stuck out to us with ratings of course (out of 10 ... More >>
Thumbs up or toes up for reviewers at Pegasus; big voices in Broadway Our Way
Gypsies make Broadway Our Way a gay old time; Pegasus back in black and white
Shades of Gray puts fresh, new comedy into the Pocket; theaters help stranded PRT patrons
Pegasus Theatre wins with a comic tribute to B-movies and three guys named Stooge
Pegasus Theatre's latest whodunit colors its murders in shades of comedy
Is way too often for the jokes in Pegasus' latest
Here's a debate worth watching
Pegasus takes a sure-footed Journey to the Center of the Earth
Because Dallas keeps lining up for Kurt Kleinmann's monochromatic comedies
Stellar acting and a strident script give new life to old material in Once in Doubt
Reefer Madness contains some of Pegasus' best ensemble work in ages
Coy Covington walks the choppy waters of Pegasus' Charles Busch revival
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?
Pegasus does its old-movie spoof in Another Murder: Another Show!
Even Louda, Fasta, Funnya! needs more of all three
Pegasus Theater's A Degree of Death! delves into the depths of Queer Theory
DTC's Avenue X croons a theme of racial harmony