WaterTower Theatre commits musical re-gifting.
But at the Green Zone, blahblah's title says it all.
Dead Man's Cell Phone goes off in Fort Worth
Also: Jewish angst and Dixie drawls in They're Playing Our Song and Crimes of the Heart
DTC doesn't Scrooge around with a Dickens classic; WaterTower floods Rockin' Christmas Party with showbiz clichÉs
Dizzy doings at CTD's Jeeves; then off to a Trailer Park in Addison
Dyed, fried and double-wide, Trailer Park Musical rolls dirty; Jukebox rocks
Thumbs up or toes up for reviewers at Pegasus; big voices in Broadway Our Way
Cookin' with talent, two musicals turn up the heat under heartache
Uptown Players take on The Who's psychedelic sideshow; Echo Theater goes Sailing to Byzantium
Our critics weigh in on local theater
It's easy to get jazzed about The Wild Party; a bumpy ride on KDT's "A" Train
Talent sizzles in Addison's Spitfire Grill; history lessons go stale in Two September
Letters from the issue of April 10, 2003
A Chorus Line just shuffles along; The Last Session offers serious singing
Theatre Three's Side Show makes a musical statement about freaks of nature and the nature of love