Theater

One weekend only: Jenny Ledel’s ‘Theresa Alice’ and ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ with music by Paul Slavens

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.

Germanfest 2013 in Muenster, Texas, to Bring Three Days of German Food, Drink and Frolic

Germanfest 2013 in Muenster, Texas, to Bring Three Days of German Food, Drink and Frolic

The 38th annual Germanfest takes place Friday April 26 through Sunday April 28 in Muenster, Texas. It's a three-day-long party with German food and fun activities for adults and children.

Dinner Detective Does Dallas

Dinner Detective Does Dallas

Join The Dinner Detective for a fun night out Saturday, April 20 at the Embassy Suites Market Center. Boasting sold-out shows across the U.S. The Dinner Detective’s unique approach to the genre includes hiding its actors among the guests, leaving everyone a suspect in this thrilling and hilarious evening out.

Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2013

Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2013

The 33rd Annual Scarborough Renaissance Festival opened April 6 and will run eight consecutive weekends (and Memorial Day Monday) through May 27, 2013. Scarborough Renaissance Festival 2013 is open on Saturdays, Sundays, and Memorial Day Monday, April 6 – May 27, 2013, rain or shine, from 10 AM to 7 PM. Located in Waxahachie, Texas, Scarborough Renaissance Festival is just 30 minutes south of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex off of I-35E at exit 399A.

Don’t Miss Shen Yun at Winspear Opera House

Don't Miss Shen Yun at Winspear Opera House

Shen Yun brings to life 5,000 years of Chinese civilization through classical Chinese dance and music in an exhilarating brand new show you will never forget.

Tulip tramplin’: Dallas Theater Center lets the grownups battle in ‘Carnage’

Tulip tramplin': Dallas Theater Center lets the grownups battle in 'Carnage'

Now onstage at the Kalita Humphreys Theater, Dallas Theater Center's "God of Carnage" has the grownups behaving badly.

Survival Tips for ‘The Birthday Party’ at Undermain

Survival Tips for 'The Birthday Party' at Undermain

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.

Dallas Cirque Theatre Presents “Living Art” Saturday, May 5th

Dallas Cirque Theatre Presents

See the beautiful and colorful performances of Dallas Cirque Theatre performers as they create a gallery of "Living Art" Saturday, May 5 at Studios 1019. Cirque acts will include: Aerial Silk Lyra Trapeze Corde Lisse Aerial Hammock Staff Celebrating the creative impulse and Dallas artists, each cirque act is inspired by art on display by Izabela […]

Q & A: Solo Performance Artist John Michael on ‘A-Gays’

Q & A: Solo Performance Artist John Michael on 'A-Gays'

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."

A Clash of Culture at Dallas’ Second Thought Theatre

A Clash of Culture at Dallas' Second Thought Theatre

The Midwest Trilogy, the second show in Chris La Bove and Steve Walter’s Second Thought Theatre’s season is a combination of theater and film presented in conjunction with Aviation Cinemas, Inc., the operating company for the ultra-cool Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff.