It's Monday and time to get back into the swing of things, but dearest DC9 reader, the swing of things for you is music. We've got a few shows we think would bode well with you this week. The one and only Sir Paul McCartney is playing at the American Airlines Center, Chevelle and Papa Roach are hitt ... More >>
Kitchen Dog regional premiere speeds through a minefield of rape, color and power.
Kitchen Dog's Vibrator Play fails to satisfy.
But Kitchen Dog Premiere doesn't pay off.
Photo by Max HartmanThe Texas Theatre's Eric Steele, at left, with Linda Gray and Larry Hagman last night, shortly before showtimeLinda Gray wasn't sure she'd be able to attend. But yes, she and Larry Hagman were most definitely in Oak Cliff last night, as evidenced by this photo taken by the gre ... More >>
Thursday, December 30, at Gypsy Tea Room
Downtown music and Four Questions With Mur's Max Hartman
Deep Friday, Edgefest and a jumpin' giveaway
Plays by Neil LaBute and Edward Albee weigh the delicate balance between love and hate
Local musicians pick the tops
Rebound and Gagged chokes on its own familiar, formulaic cuteness
Reckless' helter-skelter heroine searches for the meaning of Christmas--and life
Eighteen becomes sidetracked in its exploration of female masochism
Christina Vela and Our Endeavors flesh out a sexy myth in I, Patti Diphusa
Theatre Three jettisons all jitters
Kitchen Dog's actors reheat Beckett's leftovers
Kitchen Dog takes us down a long but scenic Road
Dallas theater critics spread their disease
Mamet's The Old Neighborhood is full of rage, but never scores a direct hit
There was chaos both on and off the set at Deep Ellum Center for the Arts
The MAC debuts a charming, overly chatty meditation on the terrors of adulthood