In 1974, DTC premiered its best show ever. Why was it never seen again?
Party Mouth, Matthew Posey's latest play at the Ochre House, is a tale of two best friends named Baby Doll (Elizabeth Evans) and Bunny (Natalie Young). They shoot up, smoke, snort and drink a day away in a cramped Dallas apartment circa the late '60s, while three n'er-do-well men and Baby Doll's equ ... More >>
What a year it has been. What a fine theater town we're in.
The winners of our second annual art awards delve into the past and personal loss to bring new visions to Dallas
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.
Ginger BerryCast of MorphingTheater Caps are bite-sized punch-packing capsule reviews by resident theater critic Elaine Liner. Use them as a reminder -- or a teaser, if you procrastinate -- of her full-length reviews in The Mixmaster's weekly sister. Make Eugene O'Neill's drama Long Day's Jo ... More >>
The Bath House explores The Mystery of Miz Arnette, while Nouveau Frontiers keep reading.
No Point in Posey's Hunter S. Thompson Play
David Byrne, last seen eating on Maple Avenue last nightThe missus's mother is in town and, last night, offered to take the 5-year-old who lives in our house back to her hotel, awful nice of her. Which left us ill-prepared and sans plans for a Saturday night. "David Byrne at the Majestic" was the fi ... More >>
Not long ago I found my VHS copy of Ninth Life, director Ken Harrison's made-in-Deep Ellum noir-thriller that -- hey, quite the coincidence -- celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. We really oughta have a celebratory screening and invite some of the stars, among them Kim Pendleton and Matthew P ... More >>
Tomorrow night, Frank Campagna's Kettle Art in Deep Ellum will play host to a singular event: a retrospective of films made in and about -- where else? -- Deep Ellum. The lineup encompasses both past and present, with such offerings as historian Alan Govenar's 1985 film Deep Ellum Blues (a 12-minute ... More >>
In DCT's Miracle Worker, small wonders abound; King of the Road acts the fool
Wooden acting all around--and not just in Stage West's brittle Puppet Boy
Two shows say Dada and take wobbly baby steps into absurdist comedy
D.L. is still a king of comedy
For the Deep Ellum Film Festival, the third time's the charm