Theatrically Speaking

Five Ways to Help Our Theaters Survive the Pandemic

By Nancy Churnin~ We all miss the theater, during the COVID-19 pandemic. But our favorite theaters are unable to create any theater at all. As you can imagine, our theater artists are scared: Without the income of ticket sales and ongoing support from donors, how will they create art when the pandemic ends? The time

Inside the Creative World of John Cleese and Ron Devillier

The Dallas Connection By Mike McGee ~ When the 2019 Dallas Video Festival bestowed upon John Cleese its Ernie Kovacs Award, there was a Monty Python’s Flying Circus reunion, of sorts, during a private Q&A session held at MPS Studios. Cleese was a founding member of the acclaimed British comedy troupe, yet the band of

Daddy Long Legs

An uplifting musical that offers a tonic for troubled times By Nancy Churnin~ In the 100th anniversary year of when women across the United States were first able to vote, Firehouse Theatre’s production of the musical Daddy Long Legs offers an affectionate and romantic look at the way we were in a socially distanced two-actor

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