No question, T2's long-running raunchy-fun Avenue Q has learned its lessons.
WaterTower Theatre commits musical re-gifting.
Patrick MichelsMichael Robinson, left, and David Bowling were the sole protesters at today's same-sex divorce hearing downtown.So much for the media circus outside today's highly anticipated (judging by the advance news coverage, anyway) hearing at the George L. Allen Sr. Courts Building, where t ... More >>
Jesse HugheyMile High Barley Wine, one of three beers available in the Samuel Adams LongShot six pack.Homebrewing is a labor of love, the creative pursuit of some new twist on beer or refinement on a standard style. Few homebrewers expect anything more than a fresh supply of tasty beer and perhap ... More >>
Good singing nearly saves T3's Piazza; good acting can't save Coronado; good times kill Sweeney Todd
DCT offers amphibious fun for children of all ages; Garland doesn't quite connect with Damn Yankees
A Dracula with no bite; a Pygmalion with claws
Dizzy doings at CTD's Jeeves; then off to a Trailer Park in Addison
A stumper with Risk Theatre's All of the Above; T3's Mack & Mabel sends bad vibrations
Party games push the fear factor in Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
WaterTower gets Virginia
Mr. Marmalade, Lawrence & Holloman buddy up to the absurd; Parade's a main drag
Dyed, fried and double-wide, Trailer Park Musical rolls dirty; Jukebox rocks
Sour notes (on purpose!) at Theatre Three; at DCT's Rabbit, the paw that refreshes
At Uptown Players, Elton John's Aida does the crocodile rock on the Nile
Theatre Three gets snakebit with a Bible musical; Winter Wonderettes rattle and roll
Pick Pico de Gallo for hot comedy with smarts; at WaterTower's Cabaret, the wurst of times
Tipsy Company arrives at WTT; more hooch might help Violet at Plano Rep
In The Old Settler, sisters bicker over unsettling issues of race and romance
PRT's Cyrano misses by a nose; Footloose cuts loose in Flower Mound
Tart humor and hot voices in Addison; sour notes spoil in Addison; sour notes spoil the songs at Theatre Three