Theatre Too romances tunes of John Bucchino; KDT takes dull journey with 26 Miles.
Lyric Stage's production has brassy bawls; lots to see at Uptown Players' Pride Fest.
Billy Elliot, Next to Normal, Oliver! and Pippin are all big musicals blooming on Dallas stages.
I have such fond memories of Girl Scout Camp. S'mores, songs around the campfire, ghost stories told in creaky bunks. Good times. Now I am at Theater Critics Camp in Connecticut, a two-week indoctrination into a cult that worships the three S's: Shaw, Shakespeare and Sondheim. Did you see that movie ... More >>
Evita has her moments, and some style, at Lyric; Alabama Sky bright at Jubilee
With Anything Goes, Theatre Arlington makes a Cole Porter musical classic easy to love
A Love Song For Miss Lydia has perfect pitch
In a small town, folks swallow Hollywood's American bull
Jason Alexander shows us a winning coming-of-age tale through a keyhole
Murder, mayhem, and a whole bunch of hate
Motherhood and career get a modest, low-key look in The 24-Hour Woman
Madonna's Evita is better fashion than fascism
Caught crafts a solid melodrama from a film-noir plot