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From the Uptown Players, a delightful staging of Christopher Durang’s Tony-winning, Chekhovian comedy. Reservations about the script aside, we don’t see enough theater productions this assured, this accomplished.
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David Ives’ stage adaptation of Sacher-Masoch’s novel of humiliation is witty and stinging. It doesn’t cut very deep, but it entertains. And the Circle Theatre production has a pair of actors who know how to crack the whip.
Winner of four Tonys, developed by the Royal Shakespeare Company, the hit musical adaptation of the darkly comic Roald Dahl novel about a bookish girl beset by a monstrous schoolteacher is going on tour and coming here. Also: by then, it won’t be the Lexus Broadway Series anymore.
It’s the little musical that could. A whimsical, post-mod take on hot-air balloons, freedom, repression and time travel. On the Eve has moved from a workshop in Fair Park to a full-fledged world premiere at Theatre Three.
These family-friends events are more fun than a Rainbow Loom–and you won’t have a million little rubber bands to pick up afterwards.
Here’s your chance to see the Coen Brothers’ movie at the Landmark Magnolia.
Ever wonder what made that red nose glow? Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou has an answer.
Dallasite Miki Bone wrote about a comedy about hipster-bicyclists and orthodox Jews battling it out in Brooklyn. Naturally, her play got staged in a New York festival. But now it’s bicycled its way to Dallas. And from here … Israel.