Tag: christmas carol

REVIEW: “The Frequency of Death!”

Pegasus Theatre’s Living Black & White production has become as much a holiday season tradition as A Christmas Carol or The Nutcracker, and like those, it relies heavily on the familiar: The characters you’ve...

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‘Carol’ charming

The lion, the ghost and the wardrobe changes of Carol-er David Ryan Smith ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com David Ryan Smith isn’t a Dallas native, he just seems to play one onstage. The  New...

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Occupy Christmas!

That one-percenter Scrooge actually has a heart at DTC; a panto aims for the ‘Dick’ ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com Having seen A Christmas Carol at the Dallas Theater Center about a dozen times...

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REVIEW: ‘Rockin’ Christmas Party’

If a musical revue featuring a six-person ensemble and no real plot can have a star, then the star of Rockin’ Christmas Party — returning to WaterTower Theatre a decade after it first began a run as a holiday standard — is...

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Christmas presence

Satiric ‘Drowsy Chaperone’ succeeds with intimate setting; DTC freshens up its annual ‘Christmas Carol;’ and who’s being a Scrooge about ‘Santaland Diaries?’ We are ON THE BOARDS A CHRISTMAS CAROL at the Kalita Humphreys...

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