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BroadwayWorld Dallas Awards December 5th Standings; SCHOOL OF ROCK THE MUSICAL Leads Best Musical!

It's December, and the first standings of the month have been announced as of Tuesday, December 5th for the 2023 BroadwayWorld Dallas Awards! Don't miss out on making sure that your favorite theatres, stars, and shows get the recognition they deserve!

Latest Standings Announced For The 2023 BroadwayWorld Dallas Awards; THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Leads Best Play!

Happy Holidays! The latest wave of standings have been announced as of Monday, November 27th for the 2023 BroadwayWorld Dallas Awards! Don't miss out on making sure that your favorite theatres, stars, and shows get the recognition they deserve!

Review: KING LEAR at Shakespeare Dallas

With temperatures finally dropping, now is the perfect time to go to the Park and see this outstanding cast bring this drama to life with passion and verve. This production is simply too good to miss.

LIZZIE THE MUSICAL Comes to Theatre Three in September

Theatre Three opens the 2023/24 Season with a bang, or rather a WHACK! Directed by Shyama Nithiananda with Music Direction by Gary Adler, LIZZIE: THE MUSICAL explores the mind of Lizzie Borden and speculates on the motivations she may have had: overwhelming oppression, abuse and madness.

KING LEAR Comes to Shakespeare Dallas Next Month

Shakespeare Dallas will present the classic Shakespearen tragedy King Lear this fall starring the company’s beloved Executive & Artistic Director Emeritus Raphael Parry in the titular role. The production, directed by Christie Vela, will run for five weeks Thursday-Sunday at the Samuell-Grand Amphitheater September 13 - October 15, 2023. 

NEXT TO NORMAL Comes to Coppell Arts Center This Month

Coppell Arts Center presents a limited run of Theatre Three’s emotionally charged Next to Normal from July 21–23.

Cast Announced For Pulitzer Prize-Winning NEXT TO NORMAL At Theatre Three

The emotionally charged musical Next to Normal will conclude Theatre Three's 60th Anniversary Season – starting previews June 1, opening June 5 and closing July 2.

Theatre Three Announces Summer Actor Bootcamp

​​​​​​​ Theatre Three's Summer Actor Bootcamp is a three-week intensive starting on July 3 and ending July 22 for students ages 13–18. This camp will introduce basic Acting Methodology, presenting tools to create and sustain a role with authenticity. Students will learn to focus on trusting their instincts and impulses, putting them in pursuit of an objective.

LIZZIE: THE MUSICAL, GOD OF CARNAGE & More Set for Theatre Three 2023/24 Season

Choose your weapon! Theatre Three’s passionate and bloody 2023/2024 Season will feature three musicals, three classic and award-winning plays, one hilarious play with music, and the world premiere of an adaption by a local playwright.

THE BUTTERFLY'S EVIL SPELL Cast Announced at Theatre Three

In a whimsical world of beetles, scorpions, and bugs of all sorts, a beetle falls in love with an injured butterfly. The Butterfly's Evil Spell is a story about unrequited love set on the side of the road in South Texas originally written by Spanish playwright, Federico García Lorca in 1920 and newly translated and adapted by Dante Flores.

Kat Edwards Announced As Managing Director Of Theatre Three

Kat Edwards is Theatre Three's new Managing Director. In December 2022, Kat joined the team as the Interim Managing Director and has since been chosen by the Board of Directors to officially take on the role.

I LOVE YOU, YOU'RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE Returns to Theatre Three Next Month

 As an homage to one of Theatre Too’s most popular productions, Theatre Three is announcing the return of Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Robert’s I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change to headline the grand opening of the intimate downstairs space that has been closed since 2020.

Review: BIG SCARY ANIMALS Tackles Big Scary Topics at Theatre Three

BIG SCARY ANIMALS invites you to Oaklawn where a small group of unlikely neighbors share drinks with a side of damning glares and dark secrets. Theatre Three September 1-25.

Theatre Three Announces Cast of BIG SCARY ANIMALS

The critically acclaimed and audience favorite previously titled Cedar Springs or Big Scary Animals will now see a production in the Norma Young Arena Stage at Theatre Three with an updated script and a (mostly) new cast and production team!

Theatre Three Announces New Dates for WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?

At the request of Dallas Fire Rescue, Theatre Three will be cancelling preview performances of “Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” this weekend and the Monday night performance (June 9-June 13).

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? Cast Announced at Theatre Three

With a new lobby and a new marquee, Theatre Three welcomes patrons “home” to the Norma Young Arena Stage with the great American play, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee. The play is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year, coinciding with Theatre Three's 60th Anniversary Season.

Theatre Three Announces 60th Anniversary Season

After a couple years of traveling shows, virtual productions, construction-related closures, a pandemic and a highly-anticiapted return back “home” to the Norma Young Arena Stage (*this month!), Theatre Three will celebrate six decades of creating theatre that illuminates the human experience with an all-new season.

ANNUAL A CHRISTMAS CAROL Returns to Dallas Theater Center Just in Time For the Holidays

DTC's annual tradition of A Christmas Carol returns live on stage this year. The show opens November 24 at the Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre. After transitioning to a digital version of A Christmas Carol during the 2020-21 season, this season welcomes DTC audiences back to its large-scale indoor production, right in time for the holiday season.

Dallas Theater Center to Present A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Dallas Theater Center annual tradition of A Christmas Carol returns live on stage this year! The show opens November 24 at the Dee & Charles Wyly Theatre and the first preview has already sold out, building excitement for opening night!

BWW Review: TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS Reminds Us That We Are Worthy Of Healing

It's hard to take advice, but not when it comes from Sugar. The stories of the characters in TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS will allow you to reflect and heal in ways you didn't know you needed to.

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