For a musical, Fly By Night is not big or splashy and there’s very little of what might be called dancing. Yet Fly By Night is easily the best new musical the Dallas Theater Center has presented.
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Today in the roundup: Waylon with the Old 97′s, reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s La Bohème and previewing DTC’s Fly By Night.
You may know Steven Walters as a member of the Dallas Theater Center’s resident acting company. Or as a founder of Second Thought Theatre. But this weekend, you can get to know Steven Walters, the screenwriter. A film he wrote plays at the Dallas International Film Festival. Here’s the story of one of the hardest working men in local show business.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Wit’ in Arlington, previewing Fort Worth Opera Festival and the importance of developing new plays.
He has been the company’s casting director. And his last onstage gig is playing Speed in the current production of The Odd Couple. Now he’s a member of senior staff.
Today in the roundup: An architecture critic slams the Perot, plus reviews of ‘Mary Poppins’ and ‘The Odd Couple.’
Today in the roundup: Locals at the Grammys, Dallas Theater Center’s nightly Rothko re-creation, plus George W. Bush, the painter.
The Dallas Theater Center’s 2010 ‘revisal’ of It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman has led to an Encores concerts version.
Today at noon on THINK on KERA, director Kevin Moriarty and actor Brian McEleney will discuss the Dallas Theater Center’s King Lear. We ran a lengthy online review, now here’s the radio version.
Today in the roundup: Behind the scenes at Dallas Children’s Theater, syncing a symphony with ‘Oz’ and a preview of spring dance.