Oswald: The Actual Interrogation rejiggers history into a tight, taut drama.
WaterTower and Stage West offer two different takes on power and intolerance.
In a summer stocked with major musicals, add How to Succeed in Business ... , Little Shop and Victor/Victoria.
With the curtain falling on its old playhouse,Dallas Theater Center gets its act together with a new leader
Also: Bent holds up poorly over time
Also: Jewish angst and Dixie drawls in They're Playing Our Song and Crimes of the Heart
See another bummer of a musical
In Man of La Mancha,
nobody expects songs
with the Spanish Inquisition
City of Angels gets la-la-lost; DFW drama critics dole out '06 honors
With The Normal Heart, Uptown Players find gentle new beats in angry drama
With The Crucible, new insights into an old attempt at faith-based initiatives
Urinetown, the Musical makes a splashy debut; Average Day overcomes unusual night
Kitchen Dog measures Circumference of a Squirrel; Labyrinth's Wonderful Life wanders
CTD revives sweet, raunchy Rocky Horror; Arthur's in the dark in PRT's Camelot
It's a winter wonderland
Itís a Menagerie of memories
Das Barbecü two-steps Wagner's operas into two acts at WaterTower Theatre
With Bat Boy: The Musical, Theatre Three finds a star who deserves rabid fans
Dallas dance companies struggle to find an audience in a city that trains many dancers but can't seem to keep them here
The cast makes Lyric Stage's Carnival more than fair