Posted on 29 September 2011

Following Life’s Curves: TeCo Theatrical Productions

Arts non-profit visionary Teresa Wash trusts her instincts. When she found a dusty, unoccupied warehouse space in Oak Cliff after moving her non-profit arts group from Atlanta, her instincts told her to make it a theatre. The building became hers in 2005. Almost twenty years later, community supported, award-winning TeCo Theatrical Productions serves and impacts … Continue reading

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To Save A Mockingbird: Dallas Theater Center & Casa Manana

“A sprawling, somewhat old-fashioned family entertainment that floods the stage with actors and scenery”: that’s how New York Times critic Stephen Holden described a 1991 production of a version of Christopher Sergel’s To Kill A Mockingbird, adapted from the Pulitzer prize-winning 1960 Harper Lee novel of the same name. He might have been describing the … Continue reading