Theatrically Speaking

Theatrically Speaking for September-October

by Nancy Churnin. Musical Classics and Daring New Plays: Ten Shows to Catch on Local Stages This Fall     WHAT WE WERE This play by Dallas playwright, actor, and Southern Methodist University associate professor Blake Hackler follows three sisters from Texas struggling with a history of abuse, with Second Thought Theatre in Dallas and

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by Nancy Churnin. Musicals, a Docudrama and Shakespeare Under the Stars: Six Summer Sizzlers on Local Stages     SHAKESPEARE DALLAS Shakespeare in Love, As You Like it “Summer’s lease hath all too short a date” as the Bard says. Which is why you should waste no time in packing up a picnic basket to

Penny Candy

Pictured left to right: Liz Mikel, Esau Price and Leon Addison Brown. By Nancy Churnin. There’s a rare, magical combustion when you forget that you’re watching a play and it feels as if the lives you’re watching are unfolding in real time. That would be extraordinary enough in the world premiere of Jonathan Norton’s Penny Candy,

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by Nancy Churnin What’s hot on local stages? Here’s a look at the most intriguing shows for May and June, with a separate family friendly list for the kids.   MUST SEES: RAPTURED Texas playwright Matt Lyle with co-writer Matt Coleman bring on the laughs in his latest world premiere about how the congregants of

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