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FILL IN THE BLANK: Dallas theatergoers know Scott Warrender for his Das Barbecu, which the Dallas Theater Center staged and his version of Cinderella performed by Lyric Stage. And now he’s back in town, this time with Blankity-Blank at Theatre Three.
ROLL TAPE: The local theater companies seem to be constantly engaged in a battle of who can come up with the funniest videos to promote their upcoming shows. And I think we may have a new champ.
BEHIND THE SCENES: Later this month, Theatre Three will stage [title of show], a musical about people writing a musical. The show’s writers documented its trip from Off-Broadway to Broadway in a series of Web videos. And so Theatre Three thought it would follow up on that idea by posting its own videos showing how [...]
POETRY IN PRINT: You’ve heard the old adage, “those who can’t do, teach?” Well that’s not the case with University of North Texas creative writing professor Bruce Bond. His poem Blaze was published in the fall 2009 edition of The Southern Review. The journal receives about 15,000 entries and publishes just two percent. The Denton [...]
ART IMITATING LIFE: Dallas actress Connie Colt has worked in the theater for the better part of four decades. So you might think all she had to do was show up to play Esme, the lifelong actress at the center of Theatre Three’s Amy’s View. But Colt says while she shares a lot with Esme [...]
As the multitalented singer and actress preps for the Dallas Theater Center’s world premiere of Give it Up!, we caught up with her to ask about the new show and look back at some of her career highlights. **** UPDATE **** Liz Mikel lost her condo in a fire early Thursday morning. Details about how to help her can be found with the complete story.
ROOM WITH A VIEW: Monday night, Theatre Three opened the Dallas debut of Amy’s View. The play is set in Britain and follows its characters over a 20 year period as they debate a number of societal and cultural questions, including theater itself. In his review on dallasnews.com, Lawson Taitte says the production, “starts a [...]