The Modern Stage and Broadway producers Sandi and Joe Black present a reading of Bloodletters, a comedy-thriller by Tom Sime, for potential investors and other theatre lovers. The reading is Tuesday, Oct. 26 at 7:15 p.m. at Pocket Sandwich Theatre, 5400 E. Mockingbird Lane, #119, in Dallas. Admission is free; R.S.V.P. to LoneStarStudios@yahoo.com for reserved seats or take your chances at the door, which opens at 6:15 p.m. for dinner and light refreshments.
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Arts Advocacy Day is an opportunity for everyone interested in the arts and arts education to learn how to successfully advocate for arts funding and how to create a greater awareness of the impact of arts and culture on a community. The featured speaker is Douglas C. Sonntag, Director of Dance, National Endowment for the Arts
Undermain Theatre is pleased to announce its next show, The Black Monk by David Rabe, based on an Anton Chekhov story, will be performed March 28-April 25, 2009 at Undermain’s Dallas location in historic Deep Ellum. Katherine Owens will direct. Designed by John Arnone, Steve Woods and Bryan Wofford.
Run Dates: March 13-28, 2009
Written By: Beau Willimon
Directed by: Catherine Hopkins
PublicWorks Theatre and the Bath House Cultural Center are proud to present “Lower Ninth’’ a powerful new play inspired by the devastating effects Hurricane Katrina.
The Dallas premiere is only the beginning for One in 3. The National Network of Abortions Funds plans to sponsor a national tour of the play to major cities across the U.S. The rights to the script, scenery, and film will be released to the Network, which will also make them available for translation into other languages and for independent productions in other cities. With this expanded platform, One in 3 has the potential to generate a new national dialogue around abortion, shifting the conversation from the political controversy to the personal reality.
Acrobats, aerialists, hand balancers, jugglers, clowns and an international galaxy of star circus performers will join Dallas’ own Lone Star Circus in Celebration – Le Cirque, a Holiday circus extravaganza celebrating the holidays, the end of 2008 and the dawn of a new year.
Undermain Theatre is pleased to announce its next show, Eurydice, a re-imagining of the classic myth of the lovers Orpheus and Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, will be performed Nov. 22-Dec.13, 2008 at Undermain’s Dallas location in historic Deep Ellum. Bruce DuBose will direct.
My Favorite Animal is an outrageous and refreshing romantic comedy by newcomer Tom Sime. The Modern Stage and Joe and Sandi Black are presenting a three-week engagement of the work Nov. 12-30 at The 45th Street Theatre in New York City. The drawing-room comedy, which just completed its run in Texas, brings together star-crossed, zany characters, trying to get uncrossed.
Undermain Theatre is pleased to announce a special presentation of Monkey: The Quest to the West, created and performed by Fred Curchack and Laura Jorgensen, which will be performed for two weeks only Oct. 9-18, 2008 at Undermain Theatre in historic Deep Ellum.
Undermain Theatre, through special arrangement with Wixen Music Publishing, is pleased to announce the return of its production of Neil Young’s Greendale to Dallas after performances at this summer’s Ice Factory presented by Soho Think Tank at the Ohio Theatre in New York City.
Echo Theatre, the Southwest’s only theater company dedicated to producing plays written by women, will begin its 11th year of readings and performances in Dallas. This season opens with American Cassandra: Déjà vu, a co-production with SMU, developed by Rhonda Blair and directed by Pam Myers-Morgan.
Over 100 objects from Undermain Theatre’s collection of costumes, puppets, props, scenery, masks, posters and photos will be on display Sept. 4-Oct. 31, 2008 on the fourth floor of the J. Eric Jonsson Central Library, 1515 Young St. in downtown Dallas. The exhibition is free and is open Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Sun. 1-5 p.m. The Library can be reached at 214-670-1400.
Joe and Sandi Black and The Modern Stage will present the new adult comedy My Favorite Animal by award-winning playwright Tom Sime, at Teatro Dallas, 1331 Record Crossing Road, opening Friday, August 15 and continuing through Sunday, August 24, 2008. Phyllis Cicero directs an outstanding cast.
Undermain Theatre, through special arrangement with Wixen Music Publishing, is pleased to announce the transfer of its production of Neil Young’s Greendale to this summer’s Ice Factory Festival presented by Soho Think Tank at the Ohio Theatre, 66 Wooster St. in New York City.