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Sizzling Onstage
I can't stress this enough: Nearly all the theaters in Dallas-Fort Worth are air conditioned. If that's not enough of a draw, then remember that the theater here ...
Nasher Summer Sale
Known for its elevated approach to gifting, the Nasher Sculpture Center’s award-winning shop is Dallas’ go-to destination for one-of-a-kind artist-designed gifts, covetable coffee table books, décor, objects and ...
That's Some Dog
A Broadway favorite, Annie tells the classic story of a fiery redheaded orphan on a quest to find her parents. Although her tale is a familiar one, less well-known is ...
Bittersweet Ending
After 20 years, the McKinney Avenue Contemporary is departing its blue building in Uptown. June 27 is the last day to see the current exhibitions at 3120 McKinney Ave. and ...
Poor Baby
In the current theater culture, in which multiple films are adapted for the stage every year whether they deserve to be or not, there are bound to be a few ...
Theater Review
It's no secret that B.J. Cleveland is one of Dallas' strongest dramatic assets, and he more than proves his worth in The Nance, Uptown Players' dazzling glimpse at ...
Fairy Tale Makeover
It’s possible for an updated fairy tale musical to retain its original charm while appealing to modern audiences. It’s also possible to give beloved material a fresh jolt ...
Your Show of Shows
The ever-popular subject of the weather fuels at least one of our essential exhibitions, but we’re also happy to explore why interns are awesome and when — occasionally — two artistic ...
Actor Spotlight
If you asked anyone in the Dallas-Fort Worth theater community who is the "glue," that person who makes every show special whether he's acting, directing, choreographing or even selling ...
Theater Review
As the fifth and final musical of Rodgers and Hammerstein's "big five" that Lyric Stage has produced since 2007, South Pacific is a bang-up finale. The 38-piece orchestra, 33-actor ...
Theater Review
At its opening night at WaterTower Theatre, numerous audience members were overheard comparing Vicki Caroline Cheatwood’s latest play to Steel Magnolias. Although Manicures & Monuments does begin with a timid ...
Theater Review
Words can either be empty or mean so much. Madeleine George demonstrates this in Precious Little, a gem of a play that couches its characters' hurt in inane chatter and ...
Going It Alone
Did you know that Dallas has a festival devoted entirely to solo performance? This is kind of a big deal, because in addition to WaterTower Theatre's Out of the ...
Here Comes Wicked
Fresh off its 75th anniversary season, Dallas Summer Musicals announced an upcoming year's lineup that's heavy on tried-and-true titles — with one or two welcome surprises thrown in. Pairing ...
Hot Summer Theater
UPDATE: Cara Mia Theatre Co. has made its staged reading of The Dreamers: Deferred Action invite-only, so we replaced it with another show. Don't worry, there were oh-so-many to ...
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