No question, T2's long-running raunchy-fun Avenue Q has learned its lessons.
Best Coast Tuesday, May 28, at Granada Theater, $24 L.A.'s surf-pop duo Best Coast blew up on everyone's radar in 2010 when they were one of the most blog-worthy bands around after releasing their debut LP Crazy for You. Then, last year they had an equally as powerful follow-up with The Only Place, ... More >>
Musical take on classic Texas tales pales compared to less-lavish Kismet
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 >>
Might we see Buckaroo Bonzai on the big screen when John Lithgow comes to town next month? Maybe so, maybe so.Last year's inaugural Art of Film event at the Hall of State was quite the wingding as the great Elvis Mitchell and Robert Duvall informally, thoughtfully and quite giddily chatted about ... More >>
Billy Elliot, Next to Normal, Oliver! and Pippin are all big musicals blooming on Dallas stages.
A month back we sneaked a peek at the CBS fall line-up and found Big D, a Warner Bros. Television production about "a New York couple who moves to the man's hometown of Dallas, where his Southern-belle mother makes life complicated for his East coast wife." Right -- awesome. Now, from The Hollywood ... More >>
Theatre Three brings the Piazza to Big D
1776 celebrates that important Declaration
Urinetown makes a splash in Richardson
Go from Fellini to Irving in one night
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HPHS's Stark Sands, up for a Tony this weekend Our Elaine Liner will report back shortly from the press conference announcing the debut of Kevin Moriarty as the Dallas Theater Center's new artistic director. Till then, feel free to read today's New York Sun profile of Stark Sands, the Highland Park ... More >>
The DTC presents August Wilson's Fences
The DTC is married to the stage