Tag: Avenue Q

This week’s takeaways: Life+Style

you can still enjoy some cocktail parties — both at the W Hotel. On Friday, Dick’s Night Out arrives at the Ghostbar from 6–10 p.m. with DJ Brandon Moses, pictured, spinning; then on Saturday, Lush Mixer takes place from 7–10 p.m. at Cook Hall, also at the W.

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T3 gives final extension to ‘Ave. Q’

With a just-announced extension to Dec. 9, Avenue Q will have run 23 weeks before closing — second only to another T3 show, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, which ran more than two years after its initial opening.

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DFW Theater Critics Forum bestows annual honors

It was a banner year for Theatre 3 at the annual Dallas-Fort Worth Theater Critics Forum luncheon, with three shows — The Farnsworth Invention, Superior Donuts and Avenue Q, which is still running — collectively garnering 10 awards

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This week’s takeaways: Life+Style

It’s a big theater week with openings in Dallas and Fort Worth. You might fit in some reading with Carsen Taite’s new book and head over to Oak Cliff for a new art show by lesbian artist Cathey Miller.

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REVIEWS: DTC’s “Joseph,” T3’s “Ave. Q”

This Joseph is hodgepodge of styles and themes, from the Keith-Haring-Does-Hieroglyphics set to the multi-cultural cast of brother (including the gayest Asian nomad you’ve ever met). It’s like an episode of Glee without Lea Michele’s pouting.

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Whitty banter

Gay ‘Ave. Q’ scribe Jeff Whitty builds a pyramid of laughs in cheer-full musical ‘Bring It On’ Jeff Whitty will probably spend the rest of his life living down the legacy of creating the musical that turned Muppets … sorry,...

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NY MARRIAGE UPDATE: T-Minus 56 hours

As the number of people living in jurisdictions with marriage equality doubles this weekend, here are some of the things going on around New York to celebrate — and protest that state’s new law: Niagara Falls will be lit in...

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Stage: Year In Review 2010

ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | jones@dallasvoice.com 2010 proved to be an oddly uninvolving season at the theater. The tours, even the good ones, were often retreads of past shows (I love Avenue Q and Wicked, but have seen them already —...

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Mything the mark

Puppets rule in ‘Mount Olympus,’ but the effect ends up wooden Jeffrey Schmidt | Theatre3Dallas.com Puppets and theater don’t come to mind often, save for Avenue Q. That Broadway hit knew how to mix its Sesame Street-like...

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