The conceit behind The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told is easy to grasp. Instead of Adam and Eve frolicking naked in the Garden of Eden, it's Adam and Steve who are the primordial couple. When they meet up with an equally primordial lesbian couple and decide to start a civilization, hilarity ensues. ... More >>
There's a lot happening in music around here -- a lot has happened this week, in fact. In this sprawling metropolitan music scene, with a kaleidoscopic framework of ever-changing people and bands and venues and ideas, a lot happens at once. The only thing we know for sure is that the people who make ... More >>
In 1974, DTC premiered its best show ever. Why was it never seen again?
Former American Idol finalist Constantine Maroulis has turned into one of Broadway's favorite leading men. It was announced in January that he'll star as both title roles in the New York revival of Frank Wildhorn's musical Jekyll & Hyde in 2013. Maroulis was a Tony nominee a few years ago as the lea ... More >>
Playwright Kurt Kleinmann's stays mum on how they drain color from the stage.
Via.Michael Jenkins‚ÄčOnly last week, following the Wilco-Nick Lowe two-fer, we asked: Why isn't the Music Hall at Fair Park, long ago a popular venue for pop music, used for more concerts? At which point we were told: That's certainly a possibility. Matter of fact, said Jayne Basse, who books the j ... More >>
Uptown Players revamp Legends
Another Noises Off? Yes, but pants-dropping time at Stage West lacks many of the play's big laughs
Doug Wright channeled his anger from growing up gay in the Park Cities into bizarre and brilliant plays
Tennessee Williams lights up Fršulein with kooky comedy; Frozen sends chills at T3
Student playwrights show their skills
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead asks a lot, maybe too much, of its audience
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
The Danube flows in unexpected directions at Kitchen Dog Theater
Tony Curtis commits felonious acting at DSM; Plano Rep rips into an old play about jail
If your name was Crumpet, you'd be angry, too
Fuddy Meers is awash in quirky characters with numerous afflictions.
Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum pundits pass out plaudits
Theatre Three's Major Barbara marches in brisk Shavian step
Stage West's Rough Crossing is a pleasant journey by a plundering playwright
Theatre Three offers a dysfunctional production of Christopher Durang's Beyond Therapy
New Theatre's Stonewall Jackson's House is an exhausting, rewarding comic debate
Stonewall Jackson's House would be politically incorrect, but Jimmy hates that term