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Brad McEntire's Chop Goes Out On a Limb

7 years ago by Elaine Liner
"Do you really cut into someone's arm during the show?" Dallas-based playwright and performer Brad McEntire hears this question after almost every performance of his kinky solo show Chop. "An uncomfortable number of times, actually," he says. Since premiering at WaterTower Theatre's Out of the Loop Fringe Festival in 2010,...
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The 21 Best Things to Do in Dallas, July 10-17

1 year ago by Observer Staff Writers
Wednesday, July 10 Jeff Guinn In the early part of the last century, automaker Henry Ford and inventor Thomas Edison traveled America together on summer road trips. Roads were bad, and car travel was in its infancy, so the two magnates had to rough it a bit, traveling cross country...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

1 year ago by The Mixmaster
Wednesday Sculpting a seemingly timeless vacuum between noise, metal and classical minimalism, Earth’s music is nothing if not brutally austere. This is metal ruthlessly denuded. With all the superfluous components deleted, all the ornate plumage slashed and burned, rock is given a new form, a sound-for-sound's sake gauntlet that’s equally...
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Audacity Solo Salon

6 years ago by Lauren Smart
Performances about performance art? Meta. This iteration of Audacity Solo Salon features Kris Noteboom, Adam A. Anderson and Brad McEntire, who will all perform sections of pieces they are working on about academia and performance art. More info at margojonestheatre.com. Mon., Dec. 8, 7:30 p.m., 2014...
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Gone in 60 Seconds: Kitchen Dog Theater Brings Back Fest of One-Minute Plays

3 years ago by Katy Lemieux
One Minute Play Festival is, amazingly, exactly what it sounds like. Thirty mini plays submitted by new and established Dallas-based writers will run back to back at Kitchen Dog Theater. This is the fourth year the theater has hosted it, and the goal to create a locally sourced community event and showcase...
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Love on the Chopping Block

6 years ago by Lauren Smart
They say that love comes in all shapes and sizes. That you should take risks for love. That love is an adventure. Or, in the case of Chop — the one-man play from funnyman Brad McEntire — they say all of those things at once. The dark comedy tells the...
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On the Fringe: The Challenges of Producing Edgy Theater Like Debbie Does Dallas in DFW

4 years ago by Danny Gallagher
Paul McKenzie, the founder and artistic director of a new theatrical production company called Not Right Productions, has a passion for plays that push boundaries. So naturally he and his team picked Debbie Does Dallas: The Musical for their first production. Yes, that Debbie Does Dallas. It didn’t get far...
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Best Things to Do in Dallas this Week, March 7-11

5 years ago by Jennifer Davis-Lamm
That spring in our step this week? It’s buoyed by a long-term forecast of rich, diverse and engaging arts events that appeal to the senses and germinate inspiration. There’s a plush seat to plant in pretty much every single night, thanks to the full roster of theater, dance and music...
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Nouveau 47 Looks at Christmas in 10 Short Plays by Local Writers

6 years ago by Elaine Liner
A series of 10 short plays dubbed A Very Nouveau Holiday is on for a few more performances at the Margo Jones Theatre in Fair Park, and it's a little naughty, a little nice. The collection is hit-and-miss, ranging from mawkishly bad to absurdly smart, but the actors -- Ginger...
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Some Strong Solo Turns at WaterTower's 14th Out of the Loop Festival

6 years ago by Elaine Liner
Unrequited love, that hard right to the heart, that sharp cut to the gut, has inspired two good new solo shows by local actor-writers Van Quattro and Brad McEntire. Quattro's Standing 8 Count and McEntire's Cyrano A-Go-Go were audience faves on the opening weekend of the 14th annual Out of...

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