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Friends, Romans, Gender-Nonconforming Countrypeople…

Having coasted through high school and college with Cliff’s Notes to save us from actually reading a single of his plays, it’s safe to say we’re not fans of traditional Shakespeare. Not in the slightest. Yet every once in a while, our interest is piqued in a production that sounds daring and different enough to keep us entertained. From this Thursday […]

No More F*#king ABBA! (OK, Maybe A Little)

The best drag queen road-trip movie ever (sorry, To Wong Foo) makes for one of the best stage musicals ever, too. Go figure. We’ve seen the Broadway version of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert and loved it (especially the part where they pulled us onstage to dance in a musical number). But we’re thrilled to see it on a smaller scale with […]

Guess Who’s Coming Out At Dinner

The gay experience in Dallas differs dramatically from the gay experience in other big cities. Better than some, not as good as others. But we love it regardless. What we love even more is that Dallas gayborhood life takes center stage in a new play debuting on September 9 (with a preview September 7 and 8): Cedar Springs Or Big Scary […]

That Sinking Feeling

Party like it’s 1912 this weekend as Titanic sails into City Performance Hall for three performances. Joining forces once again with the Turtle Creek Chorale (TCC), Uptown Players once again presents a unique concert-style experience that brings together more than 150 actors and singers, plus a 15-piece orchestra for a production that’s not a full staging of the musical, but powerful and […]

Flying High

The Ringling Bros. will be history soon, but long live Cirque du Soleil! Few things on this planet rival the energy and wide-eyed awe that come with a seat under the big top when this spectacular group of athletes and artists come to town. From death-defying acts that rival Gaga’s Super Bowl entrance to mind-blowing special effects and feats of […]