Everyone’ll be hot for Les Miz, even after the movie. This’ll be the first Texas company to stage it. But you want something new? Try adapting Jonathan Lethem’s terrific 2004 novel, Fortress of Solitude.
Kitchen Dog offers a handsomely upholstered production of some threadbare, post-war surrealism.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Amphibian’s ‘Fiction,’ BCA’s chair-ity project and words with Art Spiegelman.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Stage West’s ‘Taming of the Shrew,’ assessing the Cliburn field and celebrating Texas Independence Day.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Children’s Theater explores the teen brain, a live stream of The Relatives new album, plus the best movie theaters in North Texas.
Yes, Avenue Q is coming back to Theatre 3′s basement space.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing the tour of Anything Goes, behind the scenes of the DMA’s Chagall exhibition and words with Akin Babatunde.
The 140 items in the DMA’s first exhibition of the Russian-Jewish modern master are not about color. That’s what everyone knows Chagall for – that, plus floating couples and rooftop fiddlers. No, this lovely show is Beyond Color. But is it?
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Memphis the Musical,’ condemning the glare and congratulations to a local community design center.
Today in the roundup: More on SMU’s arts research center, props for the Perot and opera’s contribution to pop culture.