A creative journey inspired by Grimm’s fairy tales that takes place around the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre.
A child is born, brought into the world by strange magic. The child has the ability to make anything they wish come true. Things take an unexpected turn when the child wishes for a friend, and they must choose between their own desires and that of their friend’s. Can they put their desires aside for the greater good? Could you?
“We’re living in a time of much reckoning. In new and extreme ways, we are being confronted with the dangerous effects of not accepting responsibility for one another. And, almost as if in defiance of this thought, our own wants and needs continue to intensify,” said Tiffany Nichole Greene, Director of Something Grim(m), Dallas Theater Center. “This theatrical journey explores that. What do we actually owe one another?”
The production will include comic strips, pop-up story books, as well as pre-recorded video and audio elements. It culminates in a unique moment at the end requiring each audience member to make a moral choice based on the impact of the fairytale they have just witnessed. The production was created specifically for this cast and this location. The varied storytelling components and guiding narrative make for a truly distinctive experience.
At Dallas Theater Center we are working hard to realize our vision for this season while also addressing the health and safety needs of our community. We appreciate you sticking with us as we navigate any necessary changes to our upcoming productions, and thank you for your continued support. We’re looking forward to bringing you more of the innovative, Broadway-quality theater you’ve come to expect!
Dallas Theater Center’s COVID compliance officers are ensuring protocols are up to date with local, state and CDC safety recommendations. All audience members are required to wear masks and remain socially distanced. The entire experience will take place outdoors with plenty of room for social distancing. For guests’ safety, entry times will be staggered and contact with staff will be limited. There will also be a maximum number of 50 tickets available per one hour time slot to reduce guest interactions. New self guided tours starting every 15 minutes.
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• by phone: Tues-Sat, 10-6pm
• by chat through our website: Tues-Sat, 10-6pm
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