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Bringing Wicked to Life Takes The Magic of Many

Wicked, the musical called by The New York Times “the defining musical of the decade” returns to Dallas April 20th for its fifth run at the Music Hall at Fair Park.  All previous runs have sold out and all indications are that this five week run will be no different.

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If/Then is Best of Broadway

Robert Frost's “The Road Less Traveled” ends with the passage “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”  Daily in life we come to these crossroads.  We are constantly presented with choices that depending on our choice of path determine the direction of our lives.Robert Frost's “The Road Less Traveled” ends with the passage “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”  Daily in life we come to these crossroads.  We are constantly presented with choices that depending on our choice of path determine the direction of our lives.Robert Frost's “The Road Less Traveled” ends with the passage “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”  Daily in life we come to these crossroads.  We are constantly presented with choices that depending on our choice of path determine the direction of our lives.Robert Frost's “The Road Less Traveled” ends with the passage “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—

I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”  Daily in life we come to these crossroads.  We are constantly presented with choices that depending on our choice of path determine the direction of our lives.

Robert Frost's “The Road Less Traveled” ends with the passage “Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.”  Daily in life we come to these crossroads.  We are constantly presented with choices that depending on our choice of path determine the direction of our lives.

 

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The Book of Mormon Still the Best Show I have Seen This Year!

The Book of Mormon returns to DFW with a stop at Fort Worth’s Bass Hall this Week and the big question is can this show really be worth all the hype.  The answer is YES!  The winner of 9 Tony’s, 5 Drama Desk Awards and a Grammy is currently running on Broadway and with some 1,960 performances so far it has enjoyed a longer shelf life than Evita, Dreamgirls and Funny Girl.

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Dixie Does it Again! New Show leaves audiences in litteral pain from laughing so deep, so hard and without ceasing.

After seven years of sold out audiences, incredible tupperware sales that put her in the top sellers of plastic bowls in the US year after year, I wondered why mess with a winning formula.  When you have something so successful, why write a new show, a play no less.  Dixie has taken quite a gamble returning to the stage with something so very different than what her audience is used to but for the trailer park Tupperware Diva the gamble has paid off and in a big way!

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Groundbreaking Report to Support LGBT Asylum Seekers Released Today by National LGBTQ Task Force, LGBT-FAN and HRC

Every year, thousands of LGBT people flee to the United States (U.S.) from home countries where they face persecution and violence because of who they are or whom they love. However, once arriving in the US, LGBT asylum seekers frequently face the daunting task of building new lives in what can be an unfamiliar and often hostile environment.

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Mowtown the Musical...Fifty Years of Fabulous!!

Mowtown the Musical is not Dreamgirls and it is not meant to be.  Where Dreamgirls is a thinly veiled retelling of the behind the scenes rise of the Supreme's and the sometime dirty dealings of the fictionalized label boss, Mowtown the Musical makes clear for Gordy it was always all about the music.

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Pippin Soars! Easily One of the Season’s Best

ImageThe very successful Tony Award winning revival of 1973’s Broadway smash Pippen has taken to the road and is easily one of this season’s best offerings.

In the first ten minutes you will understand why Pippin won Best Revival of a Musical.

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Dirty Dancing is Bliss for Die Hard Movie Fans

Dirty Dancing Dirty Dancing was the movie that almost was not.  It scored so terribly in test screenings there was serious discussion of bypassing a theatrical release and sending the film direct to video.

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Catching Up with…Dirty Dancing’s Joshua Keith

Dirty Dancing is the hit that almost didn’t happen.  Screenings of the film were so disastrous that the film was almost released direct to video, which certainly would have led to a very different result.  But the film that had a title before there was even a story was released and had a worldwide gross of $214 Million Dollars.

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HRC Calls on Governor Abbott & Attorney General Paxton to Remove Obstacles to Marriage Equality Immediately
After today’s sweeping ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States, striking down bans on marriage equality in all 50 states, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, called on Texas officials to act with all deliberate speed to remove remaining obstacles to marriage equality.Write Comment (0 comments)
Colossal is Impressive but not without fumbles

Image Don’t get me wrong, Dallas Theater Center has another amazing show on its hands.  Always looking to push the envelope and be creative in new ways DTC does not disappoint here.

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The Illusionists Lacks Magic

Dallas Summer Musicals has included in this year’s line up a show that is not a musical.  The Illusionists originated on Broadway before hitting the road taking their highly produced extravaganza to some thirty cities.

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Catching Up With . . . Dixie Longate – The Tupperware Lady

The way people like to explain Dixie's Tupperware Party is that it is “Not your Mothers' Tupperware Party!”  Well how could it be, Dixie is quite unique.  As you will learn at the party she was forced to take her trailer and her children out of Alabama as a condition of her parole. Dixie is delightfully white trash.

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Chicago Star talks about his road to Broadway and How Our Fascination with the likes of Robert Durst keeps Chicago the Musical Relevant

Christophe Caballero has been entertaining audiences since he was ten years old.  The actor with four Tony winning Broadway Musicals on his resume is currently enjoying his eighth stint in the Musical Chicago which lands at Fort Worth’s Bass Hall April 3rd and 4th.

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Kinky Boots Will Leave You Pumped!

Kinky Boots are boots that some would consider extreme and offer a quite dramatic and very sexy appearance.  The term originated in the early sixties in England when high boots of this type were associated with the underground S&M world and were often worn by a dominatrix.

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Catching Up With Darius Harris-Kinky Boots’ Lola

The road to Broadway started in Boston for Darius Harris who is currently playing Lola in the touring production of Kinky Boots.  “I had a sorted childhood, and I had theater for an outlet.”

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The Book of Mormon Irreverent, Incredible Fun!

The Book of Mormon returns to ATT Performing Arts Center’s Winspear Opera House this Week and the big question is can this show really be worth all the hype.  The answer is YES!  The winner of 9 Tony’s, 5 Drama Desk Awards and a Grammy is currently running on Broadway and with some 1,700 performances so far it has enjoyed a longer shelf life than Evita, Dreamgirls and Funny Girl.

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