Katy Lemieux is a Dallas-based writer covering theater and the arts. She is a mother to two beautiful human children and three beautiful animal children. She has been published in Esquire Magazine, Texas Monthly, D Magazine, TheaterJones, American Theatre Magazine and most notably The Senior Voice.
2 years ago | Commentary
Magnificently coiffed, sleeves rolled to indicate that he means business and also that his arms are pretty tanned, Pete Delkus is the only name in America when it comes to weather. Towering at 7 feet, 5 inches, he stands before that vast green scr...
3 years ago | Photography
If you’ve seen photography for nearly any theater or opera production in Dallas, you’ve likely seen the work of photographer Karen Almond. The Arlington native has shot scores of production photos for theaters in Dallas. She cut her teeth on weddi...
If you were to write your own history of “everything,” what would you include? That's the premise of A History of Everything, the new, original play from Cry Havoc Theater Company. Cry Havoc is an all-youth troupe. It made a splash last year with ...
The name Lee Trull, the director of new play development at Dallas Theater Center fired last week over allegations of sexual misconduct, wasn't spoken at a meeting of local theater groups about sexual conduct within Dallas' stage companies. But he...
Dallas' young people are proving once again that they have a voice and are ready to use it. For the first time, the Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs is supporting a theatrical production featuring teen actors from the ground up. Stand-Up Tragedy,...
Last Halloween, theater director DR Hanson went as Freddie Mercury, the late lead singer of Queen. He chose to emulate Mercury's famous outfit from a World AIDS Day performance. Hanson was sure it would be easily recognized. He was shocked — ...