In Game of Thrones, the ominous line "winter is coming" would be far more terrifying for a Dallas resident if it said "summer is coming." With the arrival of May, the mercury is rising, as the temperatures swiftly approach triple digits. Lucky for us, even when our cars run out of coolant, theaters ... More >>
A Christmas Carol, Greetings! and Dick Whittington deck the stages.
If the run-through Monday night is any indication of the breadth of talent taking part in the December 6 benefit event called A Gathering, the real thing is going to be quite a show. In the ninth floor studio at the Wyly Theatre, actors, singers, musicians and dancers rehearsed their pieces of this ... More >>
Kitchen Dog's Vibrator Play fails to satisfy.
Pay no attention to limp performance behind the curtain.
Plus: A dead soldier brings Second Thought to life in Dying City.
The next production at the Dallas Theater Center, In the Beginning (opening January 21), also marks the start of a new era for actors at the 50-year-old playhouse. It will be the first production to star all of the members of artistic director Kevin Moriarty's new nine-member resident acting company ... More >>
Little Red Riding Hood and Beautiful Star: An Appalachian Nativity round out the holiday-season stagings
Kitchen Dog Theater's Latest is creepy-cool look at the written word and the scars of child abuse.
Regan Adair, honored by the DFW Theater Critic Forum for a season's worth of work -- including his by-God hilarious turn in Dallas Theater Center's The Misanthrope Win a DFW Theater Critics Forum award and you get … absolutely nothing. No bronze trophy. No crystal gewgaw with your named etched int ... More >>
With the curtain falling on its old playhouse,Dallas Theater Center gets its act together with a new leader
Get a puppy upper from A Dog's Life at Theatre Three; all's well with Kitchen Dog's world premiere of Sick
Lee Trull For a freelance actor-writer, being hired for the new resident company at Dallas Theater Center is like being called up from the minors to the big leagues. And for all-around utility player Lee Trull, it also means being the first Dallas actor to be named to the nine-member troupe. DTC to ... More >>
Rum and Vodka stops it and Fool for Love flops all by itself
Also: Young lovers bore in Kitchen Dog's Trestle
This weekend was a blur – the good kind. There was drinking, dogs, dancing and, oh yeah, Diamond Dave. Dig in: Hooch and Pooch by Kitchen Dog Theater Jay Breaux, Laura Sears and Lee Trull at Hooch and Pooch. Check out 20 photos from the party. (Melanie Gomez) The folks at Kitchen Dog Theater we ... More >>
Were there 10 great shows in 2007? More like 11—no, make it 12.
DTC doesn't Scrooge around with a Dickens classic; WaterTower floods Rockin' Christmas Party with showbiz clichÉs
Knock, knock? Ghouls there in DCT's bloody good Dead
In T3's Popcorn, salty satire; D-FW critics pepper actors with awards
Sylvia sends a husband to the doghouse; End Times stirs memories of the Dust Bowl
Humble Boy, based on Hamlet, stings the heart; Scapino beats itself to bits
Fat Pig makes weight an issue in romance; Vieux Carré revisits old New Orleans
Twain's classic comes to Richland
Wooden acting all around--and not just in Stage West's brittle Puppet Boy
Theatre Britain makes Jack and the Beanstalk udderly silly; Magi works its magic again
Debbie does naughty things at Kitchen Dog Theater; Danny goes deeper at WingSpan
Bug at Kitchen Dog Theater gets under your skin; year's infectious performances touch critics
Limp Lettice & Lovage at Theatre Britain; Imaginary Invalid coughs and sputters at Theatre Three
Freedomland rounds up unusual suspects; DTC tickles the tootsies with Bad Dates
Good grief! Happiness is Charlie Brown at Theatre Three; Patsy Cline and Magi are magical, too.
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Theatre Britain and Stage West offer English lessons in silly farce and fierce drama