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.
Posts Tagged 'Theatre Three'
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 […]
BOOKER T. AT WORK: The visual arts students at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts have recently put together a senior show.
Guest Blogger Kimberly Richard is Theatre Three’s Director of Publications & Communications. Theatre Three’s productions of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and Snake in the Grass are both a part of the Free Night of Theater program. I’m packing my suitcase for a trip to London. It’s a routine I know fairly well. […]
FUN IN TOUGH TIMES: Theater Jones’ Elaine Liner puts on her Dallas Observer hat this week to review a trio of plays that deal with some heavy subjects: murder, mental illness and fatal diseases. She’s a fan of both Coppertone III at Ochre House and Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks at Theatre Three. But […]
CADD CLOSES: A year ago, CADD tried to punch up the gallery scene in downtown Dallas by opening its Art Lab. The narrow space seemed just the right size, and its loft in the back offered the versatility of multiple mini-venues within it. So it’s a bummer to hear that CADD is closing the space […]
SPLIT DECISIONS: The reviews are in for Theatre Three’s The Royal Family, a comedy from the 20s loosely based on the Barrymore family of actors. Reviewing for dallasnews.com, Manuel Mendoza says the show is “snappily” directed by Jac Alder and, “it’s enough to create a diverting evening at the expense of those who aren’t like […]
Sorry for the late start today – it’s hard to write this when you have no power at your house. THINK GLOBAL, STAGE LOCAL: A guest column by local playwright Jonathan Norton has really struck a nerve over on theaterjones.com. Norton writes about the difficulty that area writers have in getting their work produced by […]
GETTING PLUCKY: There are some instruments that are relatively easy to play. With its 47 strings and seven pedals, the harp is not one of them. Could that be why we don’t hear from this ancient instrument all that often. Susan Dederich-Pejovich, principle harpist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, explores that topic and explains the […]
KURT WEILL COMES TO TOWN: If you are familiar with German composer Kurt Weill, it’s most likely from his The Threepenny Opera, which he wrote before immigrating to America in 1935. Weill continued to work once he got here, but those musicals are not seen as often as the ones he wrote in Germany. Theatre […]