Hee Haw! Hee Haw! Win tickets to see the world premiere of ‘Moonshine’ presented by Dallas Theater Center.
Dallas Theater Center’s new musical comedy is for the whole family. You can introduce the kids to an iconic television show, or take grandpa and memaw to this world premiere at the Wyly Theatre.
Fort Worth Opera will use the money to help promote the world premiere of JFK.
The Sasaki Plan – the original guide for the Dallas Arts District – is more n 30 years old, so it’s time to blow the dust off it and update it to address things like the crowds coming to the Perot Museum, maybe the completion of the City Performance Hall and, oh, why not how to make the Arts District full of urban life and cultural activity the way it was originally intended to be?
Stage West offer its most ambitious, most adventurous, silly show in a long while – about an apocalyptic future in which people re-enact episodes of The Simpsons and manage to re-invent theater out of our radioactive pop-culture.
Catch the this regional premiere of Anne Washburn’s dark comedy, Mr. Burns at Stage West.
See Ben Stevenson’s acclaimed “Dracula.” The Dallas Symphony Orchestra accompanies Texas Ballet Theater in the lavish production.
Nearly half-a-million people in this area speak Spanish exclusively or as their primary language. The AT&T PAC wants to lure them into seeing Broadway shows like the current Motown – by providing live, simultaneous translations. Turns out, it’s a tricky bit of theater to pull off.
A dozen years ago, three North Texas stand-ups – all of them sons of Indian immigrants – started the landmark Indians at the Improv tour when there were almost no Indian comics around. Nowadays, Asiz Ansari sells out Madison Square Garden – and the three North Texas Indians are re-uniting for one night in Addison.
We’re havin’ a heat wave which means it’s the perfect time to enjoy some cool plays.