‘Xanadu’ wows ‘em at WaterTower, the benefits of the DMA’s conservation studio and the women directing area stages.
Posts Tagged 'WaterTower Theatre'
It’s an all-theater roundup, with a review of ‘Hate Mail,’ a preview of ‘Miss Saigon’ and details of a new young professionals group.
A former SMU teacher and DSO player gets a big honor. Plus, critics check in on Fort Worth’s new drive in and WaterTower’s wedding play.
Today in the roundup: WaterTower Theatre’s 2013-14 season, a reunion in Fort Worth and the Dallas Opera honors a young star.
The Grapes of Wrath won a Tony Award on Broadway in 1990 and WaterTower Theatre has bravely taken on the task of fielding nearly 30 actors to bring the Dust Bowl saga to life. Too bad they’re not fullly committed to Steinbeck’s stark, grim power.
Today in the roundup: A world premiere at Runway Theatre, a classic at WaterTower and the Pride of Oak Cliff teams up with world’s top banjo-playing comedian.
What’ll good looks get you? In WaterTower Theatre’s quick, bright production of the comedy, The Ugly One, they’ll get you everything — and nothing.
Today in the roundup: The DMA’s officially free, reviewing WaterTower’s ‘Putting It Together’ and a look at the Modern’s newest acquisitions.
Today in the roundup: A trio of theater season announcements, a book store closing shop and reviewing WaterTower Theatre’s It’s a Wonderful Life.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing a pair of dynamic duos, plus a trip back in time with the Undermain.