OK, this is pretty cool: Theatre Three’s current downstairs show is “Woody Guthrie’s American Song,” about the folk troubadour who became popular during the Great Depression. Well, we’re kinda in a not-so-great depression ourselves, so anyone who would like to see the show BUT who is unemployed can still do so… for just a nickel, the amount someone in 1930 might have paid. Proof of unemployment is required.

In other theater news, director-choreographer Joel Ferrell, who has directed Dallas Theater Center’s “A Christmas Carol” for several years and staged the dancing for “The Who’s Tommy,” has been named artistic associate at DTC.  Guess that means he doesn’t get the nickel tickets to T3.game online mobileанализ тиц сайта