Today in the roundup: Reviews of Theatre Arlington’s Hollywood Arms, ICT MainStage’s Urinetown and Theatre Three’s Present Laughter.
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You hear her voice every weekday. Shelley Kenneavy is a host on KERA FM, and, even more important to us, she produces and voices the Art&Seek radio calendar. Now Shelley’s doing something a little different. Check it out.
We were just saying the other day how musical comedies seem to sell well in Dallas during the summer. Theatre 3 extended Avenue Q, and now it’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the DTC
Sure, family-friendly musical comedies do well around Dallas during the summer. Just look at, well, the Dallas Summer Musicals. But now Theatre 3′s got a musical hit with a bunch of puppets bumpin’ and grindin’.
Yes, the puppets are naughty. Yes, it’s an adult spoof of Sesame Street. But why Avenue Q works so well – and works so well in Theatre 3′s basement space – is about more than just goggle eyes and gay jokes.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Avenue Q,’ the best in Fort Worth music and counting down the top pianists of all time.
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is the South Park of rock musicals: rollicking, irreverent, completely profane and more than a bit of a mess. But in its area premiere, it’s also a bold move by Theatre Three.
Today in the roundup Sarah Jaffe everywhere, Theatre Three’s murder mystery and today at DIFF.
Today in the roundup: Theatre Three’s new season, Holi in pictures and how corporations assemble an art collection.
Like a college grad who’s moved back in with his parents, the funny, foul-mouthed puppets of the Broadway hit Avenue Q will find a home downstairs at Theatre Three. And they may stay awhile.