ROMEO and JULIET: Shall I Hear More, or Shall I Speak at This?
Dallas Teens Talk Generation Gap
ROMEO and JULIET
A note from Director Joel Ferrell
KEVIN MORIARTY on DEFERRED ACTION
Deferred Action represents several of DTC’s core values: our belief in the power of collaboration with other arts organizations, our commitment to producing new work, our belief in equity, diversity and inclusion on our stage and throughout our company, and our desire to spark a meaningful dialogue in our community.
From Drama to Tragedy: The Great Society Playwright Robert Schenkkan on the Rise and Fall of LBJ
Coming this December to the Wyly Studio Theatre, Fade tells the story of a young Latina novelist who moves out to Hollywood to write for television. However, she finds herself feeling more connected to the office janitor than to any of her fellow writers. Written by Tanya Saracho, herself a television writer (HBO’s Girls and ABC’s How to Get Away with Murder), Fade explores what it means to be a Latina in a predominantly white industry.
Ron Rozelle’s excellent new biography, “Exiled: The Last Days of Sam Houston,” paints a portrait of the man in the last days of his career as a politician and in the last days of his life. Read more
Donor Spotlight: Pioneer Natural Resources
Back to School With DTC
The district is abuzz as Arts Magnet High School students head back to campus, the education team is abuzz as well kicking off our three major school programs.
Liz Mikel – Interviewed
Brierely Resident Acting Company member Liz Mikel talks about tackling the iconic role of “Mama” in the DTC”s upcoming production of A Raisin in the Sun.
Donor Spotlight: John Howell
John Howell is a member of Dallas Theater Center’s Board of Trustees and a long-time Benefactor. Recently John took a moment to talk with DTC about his support and his participation in North Texas Giving Day.
DTC Sponsors Are Partying at the Wyly!
DTC is grateful to have the support of leading institutions in the Dallas metroplex. As sponsors, business of all sizes join DTC in the celebration and enjoyment of the work that they make possible through their generosity.
Relive Your Giant Memories
When Dallas Theater Center produced the new musical Giant in 2012, Dallas Morning News critic Lawson Taitte called it “a big step forward for the American musical.” Dallas audiences fell in love with the lush score by Michael John LaChiusa, with its epic sweep and its flavors of Mexican folk music, country, blues, and jazz.
Donor Spotlight: Chase
This season Chase has continued their tradition of supporting DTC by sponsoring A Raisin in the Sun. Read more about what the company values about its partnership our organization.
DTC’s Educational Impact
Find out how DTC’s educational programs impact the lives of students and local actors.
September 4th at the Wyly Theatre
Questions With DTC’s New Brierley Resident Acting Company Members
Meet Danny Duque-Estrada and Alex Organ, the newest members of the Brierley Resident Acting Company.