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The Book of Mormon Has Still Got It

Continue believing the hype: The raunchy musical, now playing at the Winspear, is as big-hearted and hilarious as ever.
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World Premiere Clarkston Explores Emotional Territory at Dallas Theater Center

The play beautifully captures the mundane drama of life.
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New Scrooge, New Director, Same Holiday Spirit in Dallas Theater Center’s A Christmas Carol

The finely tuned direction, an immensely talented cast, and creative set make it a production to see this holiday.
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The Sound of Music a Promising Beginning to Dallas Summer Musicals Season

It can be hard to see a production of a work as timeless as The Sound of Music (or really anything involving the unparalleled Julie Andrews) and not compare it to what has come before. Many times, the reimagining of something so beloved can come up short. But the new national tour of this treasured musical features a stellar, energetic cast that brings the story of the von Trapp family to life with reverence and care.
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Dallas Theater Center Scales The Mountaintop in Moving MLK Play

The meaningful new production follows the civil rights leader in his last hours.
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Uptown Players’ Hedwig and the Angry Inch Is Fierce and Fearless

The company's take on the gender-bending rock musical stacks up against any Broadway production of the show.
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Theatre Three’s Glass Menagerie Is One to Remember

The theater's newly minted artistic director opens the season strong.
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There Are Secrets Behind Every Door in Second Thought Theatre’s Belleville

The play is an uncomfortable look at how lies can poison even the best of intentions.
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The More Absurd, the Better in The Down Low’s Hilarious Nightmare

Two things to know about Danny O'Connor's new play: it's crazy, and crazy-good.
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Nothing Ordinary About Debut of Our Productions Dallas

The lovely chamber musical Ordinary Days announces the arrival of a new-ish theater company to Dallas.
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