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Backlot Bromancing

Dana Schultes and Jerry Russell make an odd pair in Stage West’s current farce.

West of Normal?

Mad Margot

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Trinity Shakes Rosalind

If any Shakespearean character deserves to be rediscovered by contemporary audiences, it’s Rosalind from As You Like It (probably written in the year 1600)....

Hard-Earned

Judging by last Sunday's matinee at Theatre Arlington, the arc of the universe bends not just toward justice but also toward farce. What else...

“Death Tax” at Amphibian Stage Productions

“Nobody does something for nothing,” declares Maxine (Georgia Clinton), a bitter, delusional old woman nearing the end of her life in a respectable if...

Agile Acting

Famous playwrights don't offer succinct explanations of their plays very often. Of course, Steve Martin was famous as an absurdist comic star long before...

Lusty Dracula

In his 27 years leading the Houston Ballet, Ben Stevenson choreographed many full-length ballets, from Swan Lake to Don Quixote and beyond, including four...

Cowtown Puppetry Festival

Theater artist Erin K. Orr, 36, spends most of the year in New York City, but she likes to “summer” in Texas. It’s not...

Tarrant County Live Theatre Awards

You always hear about people sacrificing their lives for their art, but what does that mean? “Sacrifice” might be a strong word, but the...

Stage West Hosts This Morgana Shaw

To call North Texas stage, film, and TV actor Morgana Shaw “versatile” is an understatement. Onstage during the last couple of years, she has...

Copenhagen Chills Stage West

Every so often, Heisenberg’s 1927 principle of uncertainty –– a foundation of quantum mechanics –– pops up as a theme in art. The Coen...

Il Trovatore: The Voice

In a dramatic switch from its madcap version of The Mikado two weeks ago (see: “FWO’s Contempo Mikado,” May 18), Fort Worth Opera unveiled...