The Dallas Theater Center is staging the regional premiere of God of Carnage. The show won a Tony for best new play and was made into a film that was released earlier this year. It’s a comedy, but one that explores some of the darker elements of our humanity.
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We knew Cedric Neal had gone to Broadway, and Abby Siegworth had only a 2-year appointment. But Matthew Gray leaving??! Well, there are two new appointments to offset that sting.
He will soon become power-mad and fame-obsessed.
Today in the roundup: Talking Dallas Theater Center’s Next Fall with its leading lady and crew of artistic directors, plus the President’s new arts in schools program.
Presented by Dallas Theater Center and Directed by Hal Brooks, Kim Rosenstock’s play Tigers Be Still is “a fierce comedy of suburban uproar.”
A co-production of King Lear with Trinity Rep in Rhode Island, and, of course, A Christmas Carol — but other than those, everything will be brand-new to North Texan audiences, including several world premieres and a collaboration with The Second City in Chicago.
Videos on opera, videos on museums; reviews on Tigers Be Still, and thoughts on creativity. Dig in.
One reason Lysistrata Jones failed in New York, Maxwell Anderson brings in a colleague to join him at the DMA, the Kimbell is compared to the Getty — and more in this morning’s roundup.
The tall redhead joins the likes of Randy Moore and Nance Williamson — former Dallas Theater Center acting company members (and audience faves from the ’80s and ’90s) who’ve returned to the theater after many years away.
Today in the roundup: Teaching the Giant cast to talk Texan, a command performance on stage in Fort Worth and local music notes.