Theatre Three is proud to offer unique apprenticeship opportunities to people who have just graduated college and are interested in a career in professional theatre. Apprentices serve as part of the production team of Theatre Three for one full season as either a production assistant OR as an assistant to the technical director. We caught […]
Auditions for our season generals have been announced! Please click here for more information.
by Kat Edwards and Dustin Curry It’s been a while since Nikka Morton last graced Theatre Three’s stage. In fact, the last time we saw her was in our production of August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson back in the 90s. Since then she has been steadily working all over the DFW metroplex. You might […]
Theatre Three has announced its 56th season under the leadership of newly-appointed artistic director, Jeffrey Schmidt, and there is A LOT to be excited about! Season tickets (which range from $70-$224) will go on sale on Tuesday, May 16. Single tickets will be available at a later date. For ticket information, call the Theatre […]
By Dustin Curry Who is Stew? Stew is an internationally renowned, Tony Award-winning singer-songwriter and performance artist who wrote the book and lyrics to Passing Strange. He also co-wrote the music with his artistic partner Heidi Rodewald and appeared as the Narrator in the original Broadway production of the show. In the 90s, Stew garnered […]
In honor of the rosiest holiday of them all, here’s a Valentine’s Day look at all of the outrageous and courageous ways we love one another. Don’t forget to catch the final weeks of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change — currently running in Theatre Too. Click here for tickets.
Dustin and Kat caught up with vickie washington earlier this week to hear her thoughts on PASSING STRANGE by Stew and Heidi Rodewald
by Dustin Curry There are a multitude of reasons to see LAUGH before it closes on January 29th but these are definitely at the tippy-top of that list. CHUCKLE at fart jokes aplenty! BE AWE-STRUCK by onstage actor-generated sound effects! OOGLE over the handsomest pornographic valentine on any stage! READ the most hysterical bio you’ve […]
A Brief History of I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change at Theatre Three by Kat Edwards Once upon a time, there was a typical American musical revue that was produced by a typical American theatre. And when audiences found the revue attractive, desirable, irresistible, the theatre did what any typical American theatre would do. […]
A Look at the Time and Place of Bruce R. Coleman’s World Premiere Drama by Dustin Curry Junction Pass, Texas, and the Poteet family may be figments of fiction, but the world in which they lived was very much real. Day Light takes place in a small, fictitious town in the Texas panhandle in February […]