Beneath the ugly wrapping, Noel Coward's Present Laughter is filled with comedy gifts.
Cyrano goes long while As You Like It goes rock hard.
I just had the pleasure of re-reading Jimmy Fowler's 1997 feature on Gretchen and Julia Dyer, who, long, long ago, took their movie Late Bloomers to Sundance, where it garnered raves and, finally, national distribution. I was reminded of it after reading a piece in Variety about The Playroom, whi ... More >>
Written by a nun, Theatre Three's Trysts in Toledo dusts off an old, unconventional comedy
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 >>
Lesbian bull-riders, menopausal mamas and a not-so-sexy Stanley Kowalski—ah, the stuff of theater
At WaterTower Theatre, Living Out shines; The Nerd's life of leisure suits the Pocket
Death Trail keeps vaudeville alive at Frank's Place; Ragtime hits the big notes at Lyric Stage in Irving
Goin' to Alabama with Chekhov's favorite uncle in A Country Life at WaterTower Theatre
Odd, colorful Dainty Shapes at The MAC; An Inspector Calls at WaterTower Theatre
Contemporary Theatre finds warmth in Close Ties; a tight FIT of plays at the Bath House
Life on a Dallas stage in 2002 was cruel, freaky and mostly cruel
Echo Theatre's fine Cloud Nine offers a sly glimpse at sexual politics past and present
Festival of Independent Theatres serves up a rich thespian buffet
Pegasus Theatre serves up a gay romp on the range