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Michael Federico, Dana Schultes, Mark Shum Photo

Michael Federico, Dana Schultes, Mark Shum

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06/28/2018
 





Michael Federico News

San Diego State University New Musical Initiative Selects IN A SUNSHINE STATE For  Photo San Diego State University New Musical Initiative Selects IN A SUNSHINE STATE For World Premiere
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 20, 2022

Out of 163 submissions, the San Diego State University New Musical Initiative has chosen In a Sunshine State as this year's selection. Writers T.C. Lind, Derek Gregor, and Phoebe Kreutz will join with director Stephen Brotebeck, music director Robert Meffe and the SDSU MFA Musical Theatre cohort for a two-year development process and world premiere in the spring of 2024.

IMPRINT Theatreworks Announces THE TREE - AN AMERICAN ROCK MUSICAL in Collaboration w Photo IMPRINT Theatreworks Announces THE TREE - AN AMERICAN ROCK MUSICAL in Collaboration with Shakespeare Dallas
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 6, 2020

IMPRINT Theatreworks has announced details of THE TREE - AN AMERICAN ROCK MUSICAL, the capstone production of their virtual mini-season, co-produced by Shakespeare Dallas at the Samuell Grand Amphitheater.

SDSU New Musical Theatre Initiative Announces New Selection Photo SDSU New Musical Theatre Initiative Announces New Selection
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 3, 2020

The San Diego State University MFA Musical Theatre Program is continuing their innovative two-year development program dedicated to fostering the creation of new musicals with Postcard American Town by Lynne Shankel and Crystal Skillman.

Meadows School of the Arts Alumni Reunite to Produce ROMEO AND JULIET Photo Meadows School of the Arts Alumni Reunite to Produce ROMEO AND JULIET
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 13, 2020

Southern Methodist University Theatre, Dance, and Music alumni are reuniting in Dallas this winter to produce a full-length, text-driven, minimally produced production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet featuring alumni returning from New York City, Chicago, Baltimore, and Nebraska. Co-directed by Emily Ernst (recent graduate of Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq and Associate Director of Flatwater Shakespeare Company), Joshua L. Peugh (Founder and Artistic Director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance), and Baltimore-based actor Chris Rutherford, the play will be presented by Fair Assemblya?"the trio's newly formed ensemble led theatre companya?"in the intimate Sanctuary space at Arts Mission Oak Cliff. 

Southern Methodist University Theatre, Dance, and Music Alumni Reunite For ROMEO AND  Photo Southern Methodist University Theatre, Dance, and Music Alumni Reunite For ROMEO AND JULIET
by Stephi Wild - Jan 11, 2020

Southern Methodist University Theatre, Dance, and Music alumni are reuniting in Dallas this winter to produce a full-length, text-driven, minimally produced production of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet featuring alumni returning from New York City, Chicago, Baltimore, and Nebraska. Co-directed by Emily Ernst (recent graduate of Ecole Internationale de Theatre Jacques Lecoq and Associate Director of Flatwater Shakespeare Company), Joshua L. Peugh (Founder and Artistic Director of Dark Circles Contemporary Dance), and Baltimore-based actor Chris Rutherford, the play will be presented by Fair Assemblya?"the trio's newly formed ensemble led theatre companya?"in the intimate Sanctuary space at Arts Mission Oak Cliff.

BWW Review: NOISES OFF at Theatre Three Photo BWW Review: NOISES OFF at Theatre Three
by Victoria Lee - Dec 3, 2019

Before the The Play That Goes Wrong there was Noises Off. There are few directors, designers, and actors that can take on this incredibly difficult work. The comedic timing must be perfectly executed, the set has to change into two different sets between acts, and it is very physically demanding. Theatre Three's production has mastered it. The opening night audience of Noises Off were left completely sore from laughter. I am happy to say it was one of the most hilarious productions I have seen here in DFW. For those of you that are unfamiliar with the classic, Noises Off by Michael Frayn is about a group of actors who are rehearsing the play Nothing On. Broken into 3 acts the actors rehearse the play in Act 1, perform it in Act 2 (shown from backstage), and performing again Act 3. The characters in this show are completely dysfunctional from who is sleeping with whom, drinking problems, divorces, etc. It's a proper madhouse set for disaster.

Theatre Three Puts Texas Twist On Farce Favorite NOISES OFF Photo Theatre Three Puts Texas Twist On Farce Favorite NOISES OFF
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 12, 2019

They say all the world is a stage, but perhaps the drama behind-the-scenes is where the real story is at. Up next at Theatre Three is Michael Frayn's hilarious door slamming farce, NOISES OFF. Directed by Kara-Lynn Vaeni, the smash hit comedy opens November 29 and runs through December 22. Tickets are on sale at www.Theatre3Dallas.com.

BWW Review: DRACULA at Theatre Three Photo BWW Review: DRACULA at Theatre Three
by Victoria Lee - Oct 15, 2019

Many have tried and failed to recreate the horror and passion of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Written in 1897, it has given us many a cheesy film, full of the bad special effects we have almost come to automatically associate with this classic story.

Theatre Three Presents the World Premiere of DRACULA Photo Theatre Three Presents the World Premiere of DRACULA
by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2019

Kicking off the 2019-20 season of Dallas' Theatre Three is a new spin on literary classic DRACULA. Conceived by Theatre Three Associate Artistic Director Christie Vela and local playwright Michael Federico, this original play takes the stage October 3 through October 27. Tickets are now on sale.

Female Forward Dracula Takes Shape At Theatre Three Photo Female Forward Dracula Takes Shape At Theatre Three
by Kyle Christopher West - May 21, 2019

As previously announced, Theatre Three will kick off its 2019-20 season with a new spin on the classic tale, DRACULA (October 3 through October 27). You've long heard the story of DRACULA, everyone's favorite blood-sucking Transylvanian; but what stories might we learn through the eyes of his mysterious mistress Mina? This fresh adaptation of the Bram Stoker Gothic horror novel takes a deeper look into the Romanian folklore with an update on the undead. Be prepared for plenty of bloody plot twists and turns!