Tag: aaron sorkin

Geniuses

From TV to Tuna, Texas, cultural icons at work ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor There are two indispensable treasures of American culture being dramatized onstage right now: Television itself, and boys of Tuna, Texas. I...

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Exclusive: Theatre 3’s missing play

Last month, Theatre 3 announced its 50th anniversary season, a line-up that includes the very gay musical A Catered Affair, the Aaron Sorkin drama The Farnsworth Invention and the raucous musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson....

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Theatre Three announces 50th season

At a luncheon today at the Chase Bank Rotunda downtown, celebs and local talent turned out to pay tribute to Jac Alder, the longest-serving theater artistic director in America — a stunning achievement. Alder co-founded Theatre...

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A very gay night at the Golden Globes

The Golden Globes were about as gay as an awards ceremony can get Sunday night, with plenty of queer winners across the TV and film categories. The Kids Are All Right, lesbian director Lisa Cholodenko’s family portrait of...

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The year in entertainment

Our critics run down the best of movies, music, theater, dining and pop culture in 2010 ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | jones@dallasvoice.com BEST OF THE BEST | The comedy ‘I Love You, Phillip Morris,’ left, was the year’s most...

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