The next production at the Dallas Theater Center, In the Beginning (opening January 21), also marks the start of a new era for actors at the 50-year-old playhouse. It will be the first production to star all of the members of artistic director Kevin Moriarty's new nine-member resident acting company ... More >>
Anton in Show Business: Everything about it is appealing in a new theater company's debut at DTC
Ain't Misbehavin' at DTC; but, oh, they're trying to at Plano Repertory Theatre
Robert Altman's love letter to ballet is beautiful but empty
Itís a Menagerie of memories
A dozen troupes act up
WaterTower goes loopy
WaterTower scores a hit with vintage comedy; critics pick season's winners
Kitchen Dog Theater
If your name was Crumpet, you'd be angry, too
Floyd Collins escapes the traps of its creators
Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum pundits pass out plaudits
Richardson Centre Theatre's Family Theatre
Two views of The Woman in Black
The great beyond and back again
Making a "theater town"
Parade leaves an agonized trail of tears in its song-and-dance wake
Don Juan in Chicago
Local stage productions excelled in 1999 -- but where are the crowds?
Dallas-area arts groups take a lesson in marketing
The dealmaker; Hamburger helper
Twenty-eight years after its creation, the once-proud USA Film Festival has lost its focus. Can, and will, two new area film fests fill the void?
Belaboring obvious truths about war at Journey's End
Finding a Stone Cottage where a WaterTower stands
Terry Martin dives into WaterTower
New Theatre's Stonewall Jackson's House is an exhausting, rewarding comic debate
New Theatre Company whips up a slight but tasty 18th-century meringue
The USA Film Festival resembles the highest grossing movie ever. It's been leaking like Titanic for a while, but the 28th Annual schedule suggests it may be going down fast.
Richard Hamburger transformed the Dallas Theater Center into a regional marvel, but as he faces a million dollar debt and a host of angry critics, is it curtains for his daring vision?
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DTC's Ohio Tip-Off fails the authenticity test
Theater Critics Forum ponders the year's best performances--and Dallas' diminishing stage scene
A Family Affair rolls with laughter at the expense of a vile Russian family
An ugly fight over the selection of an artistic director throws the USA Film Festival into disarray
DTC's adaptation of Dickens' classic lacks surprise but conjures up that holiday glow