Dallas Theater Center
The Dallas Theater Center’s 2013 production of “A Christmas Carol” raised $57,993.81 for The North Texas Food Bank.
For many “A Christmas Carol” at the Kalita Humphreys Theater has been a tradition for years. This is the last year you can see it at the theater. but the performance isn’t going away.
There are plenty of exciting holiday productions going on in the DFW area that are sure to keep the entire family entertained, and cure any case of the bah humbugs.
Literary landmarks in DFW are rich with western lore. Books and places depicting a changing society, outlaws and true Texas characters dot our landscape in surprising ways.
The legendary comedy troupe Second City is spoofing Dallas at Dallas Theater Center. The run of the show, “Second City Does Dallas,” has been extended to October 6.
This summer, enjoy a divine satirical comedy or a rollicking Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Laugh with Sesame Street-esque puppets in a Broadway musical perfect for the iPod generation. Witness a thought-provoking and intense Tony Award-winning musical in Fort Worth.
It’s a very important holiday weekend so bring out your best patriotic pride and enjoy all that North Texas has to offer this Memorial Day!
It’s been a difficult week for North Texas, but those looking for relief in the form of entertainment have plenty of options this weekend.
How do you make the serious topic of depression funny? Leave it to hot young writer Kim Rosenstock.
We start off with the announcement of the 2012-2013 Lexus Broadway Series season at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.
The DFW theatre scene was alive and vibrant again in 2011, as top notch performers took the stage. And big things are expected again in 2012.
The story of “Giant” started as a novel, then became a movie, and is now appearing on stage as a musical at the Dallas Theater Center.