Oswald: The Actual Interrogation rejiggers history into a tight, taut drama.
In 1974, DTC premiered its best show ever. Why was it never seen again?
Musical take on classic Texas tales pales compared to less-lavish Kismet
Unlike Melancholy Play, where it's crickets chirping.
But Kitchen Dog Premiere doesn't pay off.
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 >>
Listen: My job description requires me to see a lot of concerts. More than is probably healthy, to be honest. I'm out at least three nights a week (often more like five or six) seeing local or national shows around town. Believe me, I'm not complaining. But, when you see that many shows a year, y ... More >>
Regan Adair, honored by the DFW Theater Critic Forum for a season's worth of work -- including his by-God hilarious turn in Dallas Theater Center's The Misanthrope Win a DFW Theater Critics Forum award and you get … absolutely nothing. No bronze trophy. No crystal gewgaw with your named etched int ... More >>
Another Noises Off? Yes, but pants-dropping time at Stage West lacks many of the play's big laughs
Also: With Snake Eyes, Second Thought rattles the emotions.
Wicked's second visit to DSM breaks the spell; T3's Odd Couple cleans up nicely
Doug Wright channeled his anger from growing up gay in the Park Cities into bizarre and brilliant plays
Heavy bargaining for souls at Jubilee Theatre, Lyric Stage; hell is Glory of Living
Women and Horses takes the audience on a sweet ride; Eat the Runt bites it
Back in the late 1980s, I wrote magazine stories about crimes, murders mostly. Grisly murders where one spouse kills another in a way that leaves scorch marks on the garage floor or bloodstains splashed across the kitchen ceiling. I sometimes interviewed the accused, giving me access to county and s ... More >>
Nickel and Dimed works up minimum rage; Zero does a number on manhood
Going to St. Ives takes two women on a troubling journey between good and evil
DTC kicks it up a notch with Anna in the Tropics; area critics honor the year's best stage work
Our critics weigh in on local theater
Anton in Show Business: Everything about it is appealing in a new theater company's debut at DTC
2003's theater winners gambled on edgy themes, took risks on new talent, new material
Just OK, Tulsa Lovechild sags under TV gimmicks; DTC's Glass Menagerie goes limp with Southern angst
Dallas Children's Theater plays cat and mouse; Hedwig stays angry two more weeks
Circle Theatre goes for middle-aged angst amid a depressing class reunion in The Pavilion
In Theatre Three's Copenhagen, passion for science ignites a white-hot war of words
WaterTower scores a hit with vintage comedy; critics pick season's winners
Tony Curtis commits felonious acting at DSM; Plano Rep rips into an old play about jail
Critic, pimp and bloodsuckers meet in the Undermain's production St. Nicholas
The bodies get packed in at Soul Rep's New Play Festival
New Theatre's Stonewall Jackson's House is an exhausting, rewarding comic debate
Two acts may be one Tale too many in DTC's Alice
DTC's powerful How I Learned to Drive offers a crash course in taboo relationships
Undermain holds fast through the chaos of The Sound and the Fury