Lauren Smart is a freelance journalist based in Dallas. She has covered the arts for magazines and newspapers throughout Texas, New York and South Carolina. She holds a master's in arts journalism from Syracuse University and bachelor degrees in journalism and creative writing from Southern Methodist University. An arts advocate and walking theater encyclopedia, she can usually be found poring over new plays or writing in a local coffee shop.
In FREUD'S LAST SESSION, Mark St. Germain imagines that in the final weeks of his life, the eponymous psychoanalyst summons Lewis to explain "why a man of your intellect, one who shared my convictions, could suddenly abandon truth and embrace an insidious lie."BWW Reviews: Second City Does Dallas Laden with Zingers September 12, 2012
It's summer in Texas. That means it's time to fight sweltering temperatures with pool parties, ice water and air-conditioning. But in Dallas summer also means Broadway visits Fair Park and the Arts District (dare we call it, the Great Dusty Way?). And the Bard returns to his East Dallas home, Samuell Grand Park.