"Breaking Boundaries"

by George Stevens, Jr.
In partnership with
Jubilee Theatre

February 8 – 25, 2018

DFW Theatre Critics Award winner for Outstanding Actor in a Play, Selmore Haines stars in Thurgood written by George Stevens Jr., the dramatic retelling of the life of Thurgood Marshall, the first African American to be appointed to the Supreme Court. A must see for all in celebration of Black History Month.

*Special school matinee performances are available for school groups February 7-9.
Call Group Sales at 214-948-0716 to reserve seats for your school now.



Down for #TheCount
One-Act Play Festival
A Celebration of Female Voices
Directed by Phyllis Cicero

March 29 – April 15, 2018

Down for #TheCount features six short plays by women of all backgrounds. The purpose of the festival is to amplify the female voice in American theatre. This event will bring exciting, humorous, and heartbreaking stories by local and national celebrated playwrights.  Currently, approximately 22% of American theater productions have been written by women, for women of color the numbers are even lower – a dismal 3%. Now in its 3rd year, this event is a call to action to change those numbers locally and nationally and to give a platform to the voices and perspectives of women on the American stage.

For mature audiences only. Not suitable for young audiences



Banned Together:
A Censorship Cabaret
Presented by the Dramatist Guild Legal Defense Fund

September 24-29, 2018

A collection of shows and scenes that have been banned or challenged from performances in schools or in the public sector featuring our TNT (Teenagers And Theatre) apprenticeship students.  Banned Together will spotlight works from shows like RentCabaret, Fun Home, and Angels in America, this cabaret-style evening highlights the importance of freedom of expression and freedom of speech during Banned Books Week.

*Contains adult language and mature themes. Suitable for audiences 13 years and older.

Our 24th year anniversary season is sponsored by the generosity of the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs, Texas Commission On The Arts, National Endowment for the Arts, Dramatists Guild Fund, Heritage Oak Cliff, Frost Bank, Dallas Tourism Public Improvement District, and Barefoot Wines.