"Big D" both song and city, is earning big laughs at Lyric and the Wyly.
See also: The Kessler's Melissa Hennings tends bar and shoots your favorite bands See also: KNON's Don O. knows the Dallas blues Damon K. Clark, co-musical director at Winspear Opera House, is changing lanes. He's sidelining what has been a pretty spirited performance career in local jazz and cho ... More >>
What a year it has been. What a fine theater town we're in.
Pay no attention to limp performance behind the curtain.
Since January 17, Tonja Bigelow-Brown has died three times. She died first on an operating table at Medical City Dallas, where surgeons cut her open to find the source of an E.coli bacterial infection that caused her fallopian tubes to rupture. She was revived that night, waking briefly out of anest ... More >>
Courtesy the Dallas Theater CompanyLiz MikelLiz Mikel, a member of the Dallas Theater Center's resident ensemble and, from 2006 through '08, a co-star on Friday Night Lights, was among those who lost everything yesterday when the Holly Hills apartment complex near Greenville Avenue and Walnut Hil ... More >>
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 >>
With the curtain falling on its old playhouse,Dallas Theater Center gets its act together with a new leader
In T3's Popcorn, salty satire; D-FW critics pepper actors with awards
Different and wonderful, three small-scale musicals make room for big voices
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 >>
TV brings big Break, hot Lights to Dallas actors; plus, theater's best 10 of 2006
In Crowns, glory in the gospel of Sunday hats; Handler rattles different religious prey
Oh, drear, Dallas Theater Center's annual Carol serves up a Dickens of a downer
Singing it loud and proud at WaterTower; Echo trio tries red-hot political comedy
Laughs top the menu in CTD's The Dining Room; feast on the voices of Lee and Floyd at the Hideaway
Ain't Misbehavin' at DTC; but, oh, they're trying to at Plano Repertory Theatre
Here are the champions
Dallas Children's Theater and Pocket Sandwich know how to handle kids, both big and little kinds
Blood Brothers is political theater for the simpleminded
Sturdy performances can't save the eminently forgettable The Unexpected Guest
Dallas Children's Theater's bio-play of Marian Anderson will have kids squirming in their seats.
For the world premiere of Blind Lemon to work, either the production needs to be smaller or the space needs to be larger
Once On This Island stirs you like a breeze
Extra Virgin Performance Cooperative strikes an earnest but tepid Bargain
DTC's Avenue X croons a theme of racial harmony
John Jiler hates musicals--that's why he wrote one himself