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Mariachi Girl Marches to the Beat of a Different Drummer at DTC

6 years ago by Elaine Liner
Dallas Children's Theater has a charming, heartwarming family comedy in Mariachi Girl. A Latina fifth-grader named "Cita" (Aisha San Roman, in her 20s and a bit curvy to play a 10-year-old) idolizes her dad (David Lugo), a Mexican-born carpenter who moonlights as the leader of a mariachi band. She begs...
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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...
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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...
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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...
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Earn Extra Credit for Staying Awake Through DTC's Numbing Sense and Sensibility

5 years ago by Elaine Liner
A sweeping novel like Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility isn't one that travels easily to the stage. Too many picnics, rainstorms, carriage rides and strolls down country lanes in the 19th-century classic. The 1995 film did it right. Director Ang Lee had an all-star British cast led by actress Emma...
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Undermain's Tomorrow Come Today Time-Hops through Dystopian Drama

5 years ago by Elaine Liner
Good news: In the future, caftans make a comeback and toilet technology will be amazing. Bad news: Your house will know where you are and what you're thinking at all times, the water will taste terrible and it will be too hot to ever go outside. In the world premiere...

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