Tag: DTC

DTC announces 2012-13 season

The Dallas Theater Center’s fourth season at the Wyly Theatre continues to extend performances into the old Kalita Humphreys space where Uptown Players calls home, but this will officially be the last year A Christmas Carol is performed there. The season itself claims lots of new works or regional premieres in an eclectic season of comedy, professional wrestling, flying men and musicals with the word “fly” in the title.

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Queer locals of 2011

As we crown our local LGBT Person of the Year on the front page, over here in Life+Style we’ve been thinking about the locals who we will forever relate to helping define 2011 from the standpoint of entertainment and culture....

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Applause: Stage pink

Queer highlights from the upcoming theater season RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer Anticipation should be strong for the upcoming theater season in general. Ambitious shows like Giant, The Tempest, West Side Story and Hairspray all...

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Dallas Opera cancels production with out soprano

To get a handle on its finances, the Dallas Opera announced that it will cancel one of the five scheduled full main-stage productions of next season, and the victim is Katya Kabanova, which was to star out soprano Patricia...

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Wiz, meet Liz

OFF TO SEE THE LIZ | Mikel tackles a villainous character in ‘The Wiz’ at DTC before (fingers crossed) returning to New York for a hoped-for Broadway production of ‘Lysistrata Jones.’ (Photo by David Leggett) After a devastating...

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Bunny hop

Lady Bunny comes out! (as more than a drag queen DJ) LADY BUNNY Axiom Sushi Lounge, 4123 Cedar Springs Road. June 3 at 8 p.m. 214-443-3840. ……………………… The Lady Bunny is most...

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Gender roles

ONE OF THESE GIRLS IS NOT LIKE THE OTHER | Walter Lee Cunningham Jr., right, plays his character Frenchie sometimes as a girl, sometimes as a cross-dresser, in Dallas Theater Center’s wild and sexed-up production of ‘Cabaret.’...

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Weekly Best Bets

Friday 03.18 Footes won’t fail you now Honoring the Texas playwright, the theater community unites for the first Horton Foote Festival. The fest kicks off with DTC’s Dividing the Estate. but even a touch of gay can be found with...

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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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