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Jake Nice presents We're Gonna Die
We're Gonna Die gets another turn in the spotlight, thanks to the Elevator Project. Photo courtesy of AT&T Performing Arts Center
Ana Villafañe as Gloria Estefan in On Your Feet
Presented by Dallas Summer Musicals, On Your Feet! tells the story of Gloria and Emilio Estefan. Photo © Matthew Murphy
Undermain Theatre presents Three Sisters
Undermain Theatre has Sarah Ruhl's adaptation of Chekhov's Three Sisters. Photo by Katherine Owens
Dallas Theater Center presents Frankenstein
Dallas Theater Center collaborate with SMU for Frankenstein. Photo by Karen Almond
Bishop Arts Theatre Center presents Thurgood
Selmore Haines stars in Thurgood at Bishop Arts Theatre Center. Photo courtesy of Bishop Arts Theatre Center
Uptown Players presents A Chorus Line
Uptown Players presents A Chorus Line for one weekend only. Photo by Mike Morgan
Ochre House Theater presents <i>The Woman Who Knew Too Much</i>
The Woman Who Knew Too Much is the latest from Ochre House Theatre. Photo by Trenton Stephenson
Performing Arts Fort Worth presents Chicago the Musical
The national tour of Chicago comes to Bass Hall. Photo by Paul Kolnik
Echo Theatre presents Her Song
Echo Theatre is staging the revue Her Song for the last time. Photo by Rebecca Brooks