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Froth Opera - The Amarillo Opera has a ball with La Périchole, a rarely produced Jacques Offenbach operetta.
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Theatre Arlington's 2012-13 season kicks off with Rent, has Charles Ludlam and Charles Busch, plus Wit, Annie, Patsy Cline and more.
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Completely Comprehensible - Violinist Augustin Hadelich and pianist Joyce Yang perform Beethoven's ninth sonata for Chamber Music International.
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Hippie Trip - Contemporary Ballet Dallas explores music and themes of the 1960s and '70s in Peace, Love & Dance.
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The Modern Connection - Muscle Memory Dance Theatre collaborates with national modern companies in Collateral: Trade Routes in Dance.
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David Marquis' three one-act plays, chronicling his experience as a teacher in the 70's, 90's and today, play this week at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary.
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Alice in Disneyland - The Mouse Factory's version of the Lewis Carroll classic (with other Disney tunes) gets a lively staging at Casa Manana Children's Theatre.
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T3's 2012-'13 season, its 51st, has new works about Elvis and Freud, topical plays about the Iraq war and Enron, plus Noel Coward, Avenue Q and more.
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A Different Beat - At Circle Theatre, Matthew Lopez's play The Whipping Man takes the audience on a thrilling ride.
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If you haven't been to the Dallas Comedy Festival yet, here's what you've been missing.
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Where Everybody Knows Your Nombre - Rubén C. Gonzalez brings his solo show LA Esquinita, USA, from Teatro Campesino to Dallas' Cara Mía Theatre.
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TheaterJones seeks to fill the void in arts coverage left by the diminishing print media, and to expand coverage of the performing arts on the Web. Our goal as journalists and critics is to cover the North Texas performing arts scene—theater, dance, classical music, opera, comedy and related media—as thoroughly and with as much energy, integrity, attitude and enthusiasm as mainstream broadcast and print media cover sports and politics.

We do this through reviews, features, news, essays, video, photography and opinion on a visually stimulating, clean and easily navigable website. In doing so, we provide a platform for arts journalists and critics to practice the craft of writing. Additionally, our site includes searchable event listings and audition notices as a service to the arts community and to the arts-going consumer.

Our inspiration is theater legend Margo Jones (pictured above), who started the regional theater movement in Dallas in the 1940s. Jones also inspired hundreds of professional regional theaters across the country. Read more about her in this Handbook of Texas Online bio, written by Helen Sheehy, author of the biography Margo: The Life and Theatre of Margo Jones. You can also learn more about her from the KERA-produced documentary Sweet Tornado: Margo Jones and the American Theater.

We're always looking for ways to improve our product, so contact us if you have suggestions or thoughts. Contact the editor if you're interested in joining our team.

Our review policy: We review professional and semi-pro performing arts events in North Texas, and while we don't make a habit of reviewing community theater, we will consider amateur, college and other productions on a case-by-case basis.