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Dear friends,

The original production of Hair was first presented off-Broadway fifty years ago, in 1967, during the “Summer of Love,” and then on Broadway in 1968. Inspired by contemporary rock, soul and R&B music, current political and social issues, and avant-garde theater, dance and art, it was unlike any musical that Broadway audiences had ever seen; and it caused a nation-wide sensation.  Read more

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. 

From Drama to Tragedy: The Great Society Playwright Robert Schenkkan on the Rise and Fall of LBJ

 

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.

ROMEO and JULIET

A note from Director Joel Ferrell

ROMEO and JULIET: Shall I Hear More, or Shall I Speak at This?

Dallas Teens Talk Generation Gap

CLARKSTON: Modern Frontiers


Explorers, superstores, and what it means to be new.

CLARKSTON: The Tension Between the Divine and the Daily

The old advice to "write what you know" doesn't narrow it down much for someone as sharp as award-winning playwright and MacArthur "Genius Grant" Fellow Samuel D. Hunter. In this exclusive conversation with DTC's Director of New Play Development Lee Trull, Hunter explains how an off-handed comment by his husband sparked a world premiere play about discovery, legacy, history, and Costco cheese puffs.

Lewis and Clark


Early in the 19th centruy, Meriwether Lewis and William Clark embarked on an expedition that would change the course of American history. 

A Look at the Costumes of CAROL

 

Costume designer extraordinnaire Jennifer Caprio returned to DTC to create costumes for Kevin Moriarty's adaptation of A Christmas Carol. Click to get a look at some of her renderings for the show.

 A Christmas Carol: A miraculous story of community, social responsibility, and spiritual redemption.

 

In 1843—when Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol as a “ghostly little book, to raise the Ghost of an idea”—Victorian London was a profoundly unjust society, built on the backs of workers toiling in appalling conditions of poverty and abuse.

THE MOUNTAINTOP: MLK and the Civil Rights Movement of the Late 1960s

On a warm August afternoon in 1963, in front of a crowd of over two hundred thousand people, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. uttered what would become four of the most famous words in American history: “I have a dream.”  

THE MOUNTAINTOP: 5 Questions With Katori Hall

From works on stage to works on screens both large and small, Katori Hall has climbed her own share of mountains. The Olivier Award-winning playwright takes a moment to talk with DTC's Travis Ballenger about what inspires her, being fearless, and changing the wild world we live in.

 

SENSE and SENSIBILITY: Jane Austen's Unapologetic Women

Jane Austen writes in Northanger Abbey that “a woman, especially if she has the misfortune of knowing anything, should conceal it as well as she can.” It’s a piece of advice that may sound peculiar coming from arguably the most widely read female author in the English-speaking world, but it is nevertheless advice Jane took to heart...

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