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A Turn (and Jump) for the Better

Bart to the Future

Falling Water

Hard-Earned

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Mad Margot

Even in the most opera-crazed cities on earth — New York, London, Milan, Vienna — the world premiere of a new full-length opera is...

Shtick ’Em Up

There's a lot going on right now that we need to pay attention to, and none of it is fun: a shitty economy, a...

Madrileños Locos

A little more than a month ago, the news dropped that Adam Adolfo was leaving his job as artistic director of Artes de la...

Young Santa Claus

The problem with Santa Claus is that he’s so ubiquitous during the holidays, he’s become a bit of a bore. People think of him...

Killing Fields

Touring productions of theatrical staples such as Camelot and Sweet Charity guarantee that local ticketbuyers will always be able to escape the daily grind,...

Summer Playbill

Whether you want to cackle with the kings (and queens) of comedy or weep with wunderkind actors, here’s how to take summertime in Cowtown...

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...

Review: “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs”

There’s no doubt that The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs, playwright Mike Daisey’s theatrical monologue currently staged by Amphibian Productions through May...

The Little Trio

The rehearsal abruptly paused. “Does it feel like we’re dragging?” soprano Allison Stanford asked. “Yes!” pianist Cheryl Lemmons and clarinettist Leslie “Pinkie” Simmons collectively replied.  The trio,...

New Ways

Violist Mark Landson has spent the better part of his 25-year career pondering the question that’s commonly on the minds of classical musicians: How...