Tag: melodrama

STAGE BRIEFS

The Night of the Iguana. As if we need further evidence that Rene Moreno is Dallas’ best director, we have this remarkable production as Exhibit A, pictured right. Tennessee Williams’ last great play is set in tropical Acapulco,...

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Pride Performing Arts Fest wraps up

Uptown Players’ inaugural performing arts festival, timed to coincide with Dallas Pride, was a risky venture, if only in training theatergoers to seek out new plays mid-week and in repertory. But the experiment has paid off so...

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Saloonatics

‘Wild Oats’ is over the top — in all the wrong ways YEE HUH? | The Old West formula goes awry when a Reformation comedy gets a badly written update to the American frontier, though Andy Baldwin and Lee Jamison, center, make the...

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Queer locals of 2010

Twelve months isn’t all that long a time, but the impact someone can make on an entire year during any part of it can reverberate well beyond the calendar year. When we thought back on the culture in 2010, these are the 10 men...

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Broadcast TV getting gayer, GLAAD says

Every fall season, GLAAD issues a report about LGBT characters on the main networks’ scripted series, and whether that indicates an improvement from years past.  This year’s report notes a “significant...

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Pas de don’t

Movie about TBT director Sir Ben Stevenson mixes ballet with cliche STEVE WARREN  | Contributing Writer thinhead@mindspring.com EN POINTE | Bruce Greenwood, left, plays Ben Stevenson, now the artistic director of the Texas...

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