Photo by Elaine Liner Dallas Theater Center patrons still fondly remember post-show sweets by former Craft pastry chef Shannon Swindle. This was after a show in 2009. No more goodies in the new Wyly Theatre.What actor doesn't love a free meal? But it never hurts to give theatergoers a nibble ... More >>
CTD makes Cuckoos Nest a comedy of errors
Oldest Living Graduate didn't do enough homework; Drowsy Chaperone wakes up the smile muscles at Fair Park Music Hall
Theatre Three asks Whodunnit but doesn't have a clue.
Theaters never sicken of Dickens, so expect season's repeats
In T3's Popcorn, salty satire; D-FW critics pepper actors with awards
Mommies dearest and queerest in new shows at Contemporary Theatre and Uptown Players
Jewish holidays, Dixie-style, in Ballyhoo; love's crazy in Theatre Quorum's Lights
Three plays send characters out on the porch to get inside their heads
Tune up and laugh at Stanton's Garage; a fun ride into Bombay Dreams
Miss Firecracker lights up the night at CTD; Art paints a bleaker picture at Hub Theater
An excess of exes attends CTD's The Dinner Party; Peter Pan flies above Earth and Sky
Coward-ly lines give Hay Fever a shpritz of springtime lunacy; Hairspray holds firm at Fair Park
CTD's Steel Magnolias should curl up and dye; Uptown Players go for the full monty
At CTD pump jockeys and pretty waitresses fill 'er up; theaters announce season lineups
Contemporary Theatre finds homespun humor and heart in back-to-back comedies
2003's theater winners gambled on edgy themes, took risks on new talent, new material
Contemporary Theatre finds warmth in Close Ties; a tight FIT of plays at the Bath House
Back to the '80s for comic Girl's Guide; into the depths of despair in Belly
Contemporary Theatre of Dallas gives some Sex Tips for Girls
Double dose of self-hatred, way down South and south of the border
Pocket Sandwich Theatre mixes fairy tales and mobsters and scores no hit, man
Two productions go minimalist--but can you really call 'em plays?
You want Brian Loncar on your side, all right. Ask anyone who's made the mistake of crossing him.