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Kitchen Dog Theater presents Reykjavik
Steve Yockey's Reykjavik headlines Kitchen Dog Theater's New Works Festival. Photo by Matt Mrozek
The Classics Theatre Project presents Summer and Smoke
The Classics Theatre Project presents Tennessee Williams' Summer and Smoke. Photo by Evan Michael Woods
Aladdin national tour
The national tour of Aladdin at Dallas Summer Musicals features two DFW natives. Photo by Deen van Meer
Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? and Here We Go
Second Thought Theatre is presenting two rarely produced Caryl Churchill plays: Drunk Enough to Say I Love You? and Here We Go. Photo courtesy of Second Thought Theatre
Turkey Leg Paradise
Theatre Three also has a double bill, with Cinched and Strapped by Selina Fillinger. Yelp
Girl Dad by Justin Lemieux
Justin Lemieux wrote and stars in Girl Dad, at the Dallas Solo Festival. Photo by Jordan Fraker
WaterTower Theatre presents The Ballad of Little Jo
The Ballad of Little Jo at WaterTower Theatre is inspired by a true story. Photo by Evan Michael Woods
Shakespeare in Love
Shakespeare Dallas is running Shakespeare in Love and As You Like It concurrently. Photo by Jordan Fraker
The Play that Goes Wrong
The Play That Goes Wrong will hopefully go right at the Winspear. Photo by Jeremy Daniel
Julia Knitel in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical
Beautiful: The Carole King Musical returns to the Winspear. Photo by Joan Marcus
Circle Theatre presents Sweeney Todd
Circle Theatre is getting bloody with the musical Sweeney Todd. Photo by Tim Long
Casa Mañana presents The Producers
The Producers high-kicks its way to Casa Mañana. Photo by Chip Tompkins