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Is The Elevator Project Going Places?

Six small theater and dance companies are headed to the sixth-floor Studio Theatre in the Wyly. Each has a one-shot show between now and spring. Is the Elevator Project going to take them anywhere?

The Big Deal: ‘Nice Work If You Can Get It’ Presented By Dallas Summer Musicals

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Do, do, do what you’ve done, done, done before baby. Sign up for the Big Deal.

Review: ‘Full Gallop’ At WaterTower Theatre

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Full Gallop finds the great fashion empress Diana Vreeland just after she lost her empire – she’d been fired from Vogue. In the one-woman play at WaterTower Theatre, Diana Sheehan portrays a taut, vivid Vreeland.

Santa Fe Opera Offers Evil Nazis, Chinese Revolutionaries And A Superb Carmen

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Greer Grimsley (as Don Pizarro), Alex Penda (Leonore)  and Paul Groves (Florestan) in the Santa Fe Opera’s Fidelio. Photo credits: Ken Howard SANTA FE — Five of the Santa Fe Opera’s six productions this summer are by mainline dead composers. One is by a live musician virtually unknown in the United States. But that doesn’t […]

The Big Deal: WaterTower Theatre’s ‘Dogfight, A New Musical’

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Enter to win tickets to the WaterTower Theatre’s regional premiere of ‘Dogfight.’

WaterTower Theatre in Addison Hosts ‘Dogfight’

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The Addison theater ends its season with the musical’s regional premiere. KERA’s Shelley Kenneavy checked it out.

Art&Seek Jr: Stage Struck – 7 Can’t Miss Kid-Friendly Shows

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Escape the heat and head inside for some cool theater.

The Dallas Opera Vs. The Met Opera Over The Future of Opera

The Met Opera’s general manager Peter Gelb has said simulcasts are simply not drawing younger audiences the way they hoped, while the Dallas Opera’s Keith Cerny says theirs certainly are. Who’s right? They both may be.

Behind the Scenes With Art&Seek Jr: The Kids From DTC’s ‘Les Misérables’

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Meet the Les Miz kids! Libby Roy, Mark Hancock, and Jemma Kosanke are 3 of the 6 children in DCT’s ‘Les Misérables.’

Theatre Three’s ‘Meet Vera Stark’ Has Us Meeting Ourselves

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Theatre Three’s By the Way, Meet Vera Stark may be set in Hollywood in the 1920s, but its lead actors know its issues of race and typecasting in their own careers.