In Game of Thrones, the ominous line "winter is coming" would be far more terrifying for a Dallas resident if it said "summer is coming." With the arrival of May, the mercury is rising, as the temperatures swiftly approach triple digits. Lucky for us, even when our cars run out of coolant, theaters ... More >>
What a year it has been. What a fine theater town we're in.
If the run-through Monday night is any indication of the breadth of talent taking part in the December 6 benefit event called A Gathering, the real thing is going to be quite a show. In the ninth floor studio at the Wyly Theatre, actors, singers, musicians and dancers rehearsed their pieces of this ... More >>
Kitchen Dog's Vibrator Play fails to satisfy.
Steven WaltersHaving trouble getting cast in shows as a young actor new to Dallas eight years ago, Steven Walters made a bold move: He started his own theater company (with the help of four other fellow Baylor alums) and hasn't stopped working since. Second Thought Theatre, based in Addison and n ... More >>
The Good Negro bares roots of a movement; in Oak Cliff, a bumpy ride in Leonard's Car; Mummy dearest for tweens
Also: With Snake Eyes, Second Thought rattles the emotions.
Second Thought combines pigskin and mayhem
In T3's Popcorn, salty satire; D-FW critics pepper actors with awards
Under the stars, a disco-era Dream; unpleasant peasants mar murky Les Miz
Theatre Britain makes Jack and the Beanstalk udderly silly; Magi works its magic again
Humpty Dumpty and Visiting Mr. Green find characters heading for big crack-ups
Step by step, toward Niagara Falls they go in the weird, winning Wonder of the World
Bug at Kitchen Dog Theater gets under your skin; year's infectious performances touch critics
Southern Baptist Sissies and King Ubu try to right powerful wrongs, personal and political
In Anton Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard, a new Russia moves in, evicting a family of aristocrats
Good grief! Happiness is Charlie Brown at Theatre Three; Patsy Cline and Magi are magical, too.
Our critics weigh in on local theater
High School Hellcats bare their claws at Pocket; one-acts in Addison go to hell and back