Theatre Three presents The Last One Nighter on the Death Trail
In the early 20th century, Elm Street in Dallas was lined with vaudeville houses and movie theaters. In this fun and raucous story, a troupe of vaudevillians in the early ‘30s wait behind a theater in Dallas for their opportunity to go on stage. They’re the "disappointment act" and only go on if someone else cancels. It questions what is and isn’t art and why it is necessary. Watch out, though: It’s the prohibition era in the Bible Belt and the cops are cracking down on all unseemly behavior.