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Se Llama Cristina Opens Kitchen Dog's New Works Fest with a Sizzle

7 years ago by Elaine Liner
Kitchen Dog Theater opens its 15th annual New Works Festival with Octavio Solis' absurd one-act Se Llama Cristina. It begins as a fuzzy encounter between a couple, played by Dallas stage newcomers Vanessa DeSilvio and Israel Lopez, wacked out on heroin and waking up a little hazy about who they...

Kitchen Dog Theater's New Works Festival: The Lineup

7 years ago by Elaine Liner
Kitchen Dog Theater's New Works Festival started Friday at The MAC and runs through June 22. Here's the lineup: Se Llama Cristina by Octavio Solis is the mainstage feature of this annual festival of new plays and script readings. A couple (Israel Lopez, Vanessa DeSilvio) wake up after a heroin...

There Are a Thousand Theater Pros in Dallas This Week, and They Should See These Shows

7 years ago by Elaine Liner
The birds of a feather flocking together in the Arts District this weekend are members of the Theatre Communications Group, holding their annual conference here. About 1000 regional theater managers, artistic directors, dramaturgs and other arts professionals will be networking and attending seminars following the theme "Learn Do Teach." (Sans...

M83 at Granada Theater, Andrew Bird at Majestic Theatre, and More Show Announcements

8 years ago by Daniel Hopkins
As we approach the end of the year like a car full of people not wearing seat belts unknowingly drives toward a brick wall, it's time to start thinking of year-end top-ten album lists. A shoe-in for ours is M83's Hurry Up, We're Dreaming. So, you can imagine our excitement when...

This Week's Day-By-Day Picks

16 years ago by Merritt Martin
Thursday, November 6 Big state. Big hats. Big country. Big hearts. Camp Summit holds its second auction in a style true to Texas. Dinner, dancing and bidding benefit the camp that caters to pardners young and old who have disabilities. Camp Summit's Boots and Bandanas Benefit Auction and its presenting...

Viva Vistas

17 years ago by Cheryl Smith
Dallas gained a lot more than it lost the day civil rights lawyer Frank P. Hernandez shut down his practice and drove to New York City to talk his way into New York University's film school. He never established himself as a filmmaker, yet the experience helped inspire the area's...

We are the R.O.T.

23 years ago by Thomas Korosec
At 10 o'clock on a Friday morning, Jesse Enloe is downing his usual breakfast---three eggs, sausage, biscuits with extra gravy--at his customary spot, JoJos in southwest Fort Worth. Amidst clanking dishes and shouted pancake orders, the 50-year-old vice president of the Republic of Texas is talking affairs of state. It's...

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