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Kathleen Anwar

Kathleen Anwar graduated from the University of Texas at Austin in 2016 with a BA in government and a minor in computer science. During her time there, she performed in the Annual Madrigal Dinner (now in its 40th year) as well as the Madrigal Fall Play Series. She caught the theatre bug at age 10 while performing in The Stories of Scheherazade and has been acting ever since. Kathleen is a program manager for the Chief Security Office at AT&T, and a founding member of Matriarch Financial, LLC: a financial consulting service with women in mind.  She is also earning her MBA with the Gies School of Business at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. 

Kathleen enjoys volunteering, travelling, and her Boston Terrier, Lady! She loves being part of the Dallas theatre community and is continually amazed by the caliber of excellent art that this city produces. 




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BWW Review: ERMA BOMBECK: AT WIT'S END  at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas PhotoBWW Review: ERMA BOMBECK: AT WIT'S END at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas
Posted: Nov. 20, 2020


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BWW Review: LITTLE WOMEN Warms Hearts at Dallas Theater Center PhotoBWW Review: LITTLE WOMEN Warms Hearts at Dallas Theater Center
Posted: Feb. 17, 2020


BWW Review: I AM MY OWN WIFE at WaterTower Theatre PhotoBWW Review: I AM MY OWN WIFE at WaterTower Theatre
Posted: Jul. 21, 2020


BWW Interview: David Payne of AN EVENING WITH C.S. LEWIS at AT&T Performing Arts Cent PhotoBWW Interview: David Payne of AN EVENING WITH C.S. LEWIS at AT&T Performing Arts Center
Posted: Dec. 10, 2019


BWW Review: ADA AND THE ENGINE at Stage West PhotoBWW Review: ADA AND THE ENGINE at Stage West
Posted: Jan. 23, 2020


BWW Interview: Nick Duckart of COME FROM AWAY at Dallas Summer Musicals PhotoBWW Interview: Nick Duckart of COME FROM AWAY at Dallas Summer Musicals
Posted: Mar. 17, 2020


BWW Review: DADDY LONG LEGS at The Firehouse Theatre PhotoBWW Review: DADDY LONG LEGS at The Firehouse Theatre
Posted: Sep. 28, 2020


BWW Review: ERMA BOMBECK: AT WIT'S END  at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas PhotoBWW Review: ERMA BOMBECK: AT WIT'S END at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas
Posted: Nov. 20, 2020


BWW Review: ERMA BOMBECK: AT WIT'S END at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas
November 20, 2020

The story of Erma Bombeck: At Wit’s End is a biographical, one-woman show about the life of this accomplished and beloved mother, writer, and activist. Though our modern housewives and stay at home moms may look different today- their struggles, dreams, and unspoken frustration remain largely the same- making many parts of Bombeck’s story inspiring and relatable.

BWW Review: DADDY LONG LEGS at The Firehouse Theatre
September 28, 2020

“Poor Jerusha Abbot- the oldest orphan in the John Grier home!” This young woman’s fortunes turn around after a kindly and mysterious trustee decides to do something radical for the time period: sponsoring her- that is, paying for the education of a female- as a semi-anonymous benefactor.

BWW Review: I AM MY OWN WIFE at WaterTower Theatre
July 21, 2020

An American playwright in search of the next great story thinks he's hit the jackpot with Charlotte von Mahlsdorf a?" a German transgender woman who survived Nazi Germany- but gets much more than he bargained for as he unearths her story and her secrets.

BWW Interview: Nick Duckart of COME FROM AWAY at Dallas Summer Musicals
March 17, 2020

In a world where it seems like lately, the only news is bad news, Come From Away is a critically important show that reminds us of how good the world and its people can be- especially in times of crisis.

BWW Review: LITTLE WOMEN Warms Hearts at Dallas Theater Center
February 17, 2020

Many American theater-goers have either read Little Women in High School, or seen the play, musical, or recent star-studded film.  When staging this show, the challenge therefore becomes- how do you keep it fresh and original?  Luckily for us, Dallas Theater Center has never had a problem with a lack of creativity, and they didn't start with this production of Little Women! 

BWW Review: ADA AND THE ENGINE at Stage West
January 23, 2020

A young woman with a scandalous family history, a brilliant mind, and intriguing relationships with men- who knew that the subject of such a thrilling story could be a 19th century mathematician! 

BWW Interview: David Payne of AN EVENING WITH C.S. LEWIS at AT&T Performing Arts Center
December 10, 2019

Charming, delightful, and dedicated to excellence, David Payne is encroaching upon his 1000th performance as C.S. Lewis in his play, An Evening with C.S. Lewis. 

BWW Review: IN THE HEIGHTS Astonishes Audiences at Dallas Theater Center
October 2, 2019

Dallas Theater Center has brought excellence itself to life in its production of Lin Manuel-Miranda's In the Heights.

BWW Review: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER at North Texas Performing Arts Repertory
September 13, 2019

Have you ever wondered where Peter Pan became a lost boy, how Captain Hook lost his hand, or what made the alligator a?oeticka??? Well, North Texas Performing Arts Repertory unraveled a creative tale that fleshes out the backstory of these characters, Neverland, and all the rest.

BWW Interview: Carl Coomer, Paige Nyman of THE SLEEPING BEAUTY at Texas Ballet Theatre
August 21, 2019

Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty isn't the Disney version you grew up with- but it does have all the artistry, magic, and delight that we can expect from a classic ballet based on a classic fairy tale.

BWW Interview: Dayron Miles of AS YOU LIKE IT at Dallas Theater Center
August 10, 2019

We've all been to shows where either the actors onstage or the audience don't look a whole lot like the people who actually live in that city. That's where Dayron Miles at Public Works- Dallas comes in. Public Works doesn't just invite people in the community to come watch a show, they invite them to be part of the creation process.

BWW Review: A BRONX TALE at Bass Performance Hall
July 27, 2019

If it's possible to be nostalgic for a time and place in which you've never lived, you will experience that feeling in A Bronx Tale.

BWW Review: OLD JEWS TELLING JOKES at Eisemann Center
July 18, 2019

Old Jews Telling Jokes: there couldn't be a more accurate and precise title for a show. A spunky cast of five tells classic Jewish jokes- themed around the stages of life, relationships, and of course, sex- throughout the duration of the performance.

BWW Interview: Paul Kalburgi talks BROADWAY OR BUST! and Falling in Love with Texas
July 16, 2019

Kalburgi's show, Broadway or Bust, is a celebration of community theatre: the journey, the tribe, and everything that comes with it. 

BWW Interview: Leandra Ellis-Gaston of BEAUTIFUL- THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL at AT&T Performing Arts Center
June 18, 2019

This week I got to chat with Leandra Ellis-Gaston, Dance Captain for BEAUTIFUL- THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL, playing in Dallas from June 18-23.

BWW Review: GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER at Richardson Theatre Centre
June 14, 2019

High-minded ideals are put to the test in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner, a play with a refreshing yet familiar take on race and interracial relationships.

BWW Interview: Angela Grovey Discusses a Life of Service and THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, Arriving in Dallas June 2019
May 15, 2019

Not all actors can boast credits in theatre, television, and film, but Angela Grovey can. Grovey, who plays stage manager Annie in the hilarious The Play that Goes Wrong, spoke with me over the phone about her life in entertainment and about her charitable work with Covenant House, a national shelter for homeless youth.

BWW Review: ORDINARY DAYS at Lakeside Community Theatre
May 7, 2019

The stories of four individuals in New York City loosely intertwine to give us a narrative about finding purpose and making authentic connections amid everyday routine. The couple Claire and Jason struggle through a rough patch in their relationship, while Deb and Warren strike up the most unlikely of friendships in the city that never sleeps.

BWW Review: REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES at Dallas Theatre Center
May 6, 2019

Dallas Theatre Center's Real Women Have Curves is indeed about female empowerment and the immigrant experience- but more importantly, it's about sisterhood. It's about the way women interact with each other, talk about themselves, tear each other down and build each other up again.

BWW Review: OFFICE HOUR at Fort Worth's CIRCLE THEATRE
May 2, 2019

A troubled student and fearful educators in a time of school shootings- this is what sets the stage for Office Hour, a drama by Julia Cho.



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