One weekend only: Jenny Ledel’s ‘Theresa Alice’ and ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ with music by Paul Slavens
An innovative collection of new work by local artists inhabits The Greenzone this weekend.
Tweet If the first round of bands serves as an indicator, this will be the best year yet of Homegrown Music and Arts Festival. This morning the first seven bands were announced for the fourth annual Homegrown on May 11, 2013 at Main Street Garden Park. The line-up includes some up-and-coming Texas bands, as well [...]
Take the Margaret Hunt Hill West to the Untapped Festival, which will inhabit Trinity Groves from 1 to 11 p.m. (even earlier if you’re a VIP) on September 8. There will be plenty of beer to try and bands to listen to, but here are two of the day’s selections you won’t want to miss.
Now onstage at the Kalita Humphreys Theater, Dallas Theater Center's "God of Carnage" has the grownups behaving badly.
Not one to poop on Dallas theater parties, I trudged through this 3-act, two intermission play with a glass of wine and a good friend in tow.
John Michael's newest show "A-Gays: Stillwater, Oklahoma" builds on his overarching narrative by addressing bullying and his time at an Oklahoma college, where he joined an elite group of gays whose most important rule was "No Uglies Allowed."
When Kim Rosenstock’s Tigers Be Still prowled onto the New York underground theatre scene, the term “indie theater” was thrown at a collection of plays to describe the way that certain modern playwrights make their audiences feel.
Three very unique musicals have taken Dallas stages and stolen the hearts of local audiences with stellar singing and dancing.
There’s nothing quite like seeing “The Shipment” at Undermain Theatre. This 'variety show' has dancing, stand-up comedy and skits that have side-splitting laughs and biting messages.
“The Hand,” currently onstage at Broken Gears Project Theatre, is a pseudo- absurdist satiric play that is certain to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.