Announcements
Fruit Truck Sunday, March 10th

Marisa Diotalevi's Fruit Truck needs a place to park for awhile on Sunday, March 10th,

so she'll be at STAGE from 1 to 2:30pm!!

Stop by and buy a bowl of fruit and get some FREE Toppings!!!

Stick around for the performance readings of CJ's Writers Room class starting at 2:30.

 

In Memory of Patricia Ivey
 
 
S.T.A.G.E.  LOST A BRIGHT STAR ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2018. 
PATRICIA MEANT MANY THINGS TO MANY PEOPLE. 
SHE WAS AN ACTRESS, SINGER,  TEACHER AND A FRIEND TO MANY.
  PATRICIA WILL BE TRULY MISSED BUT NEVER FORGOTTEN. 
INFORMATION REGARDING A MEMORIAL WILL BE SHARED WHEN KNOWN.
STAGE Closed Saturday November 24

STAGE will be closed  Saturday, November 24th, no staff will be on site.  Phone messages and emails will be monitored remotely.  

Bright Star musical at the Winspear thru June 24th

Bright Star, book and story written by Steve Martin, lyrics and music by Edie Brickell is a lovely piece of musical theatre, telling a story of hope and the strength of love with songs played by banjo, mandolin, piano, bass, guitar and violin (on stage) and sung and acted by wonderfully talented singers and actors of this equity tour.  The story takes place in two time settings, 1923 and 1946.  We follow Miss Alice Murphy, beautifully played by Audrey Cardwell, over a 22-year span of time.  We first meet her in 1945, as an adult with a high-powered job as a magazine editor-in-chief but then we actually see her walk out of her shoes and turn into the young girl she was in 1923.  As we follow her story back and forth through time, we wait to see what truths she will know and how those truths will effect her life and the lives of others who were also involved.  The folk-flavor of the music is delightful and easy to listen to as the story musically unfolds before us.  Patrick Cummings as Jimmy Ray shows strength yet not enough to overcome his weakness when he learns the truth.  Lucy and Daryl, played by Kaitlyn Davidson and Jeff Blumenkrantz are so enjoyable in their scenes, you'll wish there were more of them.  Henry Gottfried as Billy Cane is the young writer in search of his voice, but what he finds enriches his life so much more.  Bright Star is playing at the Winspear through June 24th.  You'll be sorry if you miss it!!  The story was inspired by true events!

Go to www.attpac.org for more information

 

NEVER Pay for an Audition

If you learn only 1 thing from us, it's this...If you have to pay for an audition, it is a SCAM!

Perusal Scripts

STAGE has perusal scripts to help our members prepare for auditions and call-backs. These scripts are for members only and cannot be taken from STAGE.

 

In Memorial Lynn Metrik
IN MEMORY OF LYNN METRIK
 
S.T.A.G.E. AND THE NORTH TEXAS ACTING BIZ LOST A BRIGHT STAR ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2014.  LYNN METRIK LOST HER BATTLE WITH CANCER.  LYNN MEANT A LOT OF THINGS TO A LOT OF PEOPLE.  SHE WAS A TEACHER, MENTOR, AND A FRIEND TO MANY.
  LYNN WILL BE TRULY MISSED BUT NOT FORGOTTEN. 
 
 
 
 
Gail Cronauer

Gail Cronauer, star of film, radio, television and stage, most recently appeared on the big screen as "Mama Newton" in The Newton Boys. She is a member of Actors Equity, Screen Actors Guild/AFTRA and Women in Film. She has a BA in Theatre/Dance from Antioch College and an MFA in Acting from Case Western Reserve. Gail has taught at such reputable institutions as Illinois State University, Webster College, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay, Southern Methodist University, Texas Women's University, Collin County College and STAGE. She has performed at theatres throughout the Metroplex, including the Dallas Theatre Center, Theatre Three, Fort Worth and Dallas Shakespeare Festivals, Stage West, Circle Theatre, and the Undermain Theatre. She is represented by the Campbell Agency and can be seen in commercials as well as on TV and in films. Gail won a Critic's Forum choice for her work in "MASTER CLASS" at Lyric Stage.  When not working as an actress, Gail is on the teaching staff at Southern Methodist University.

 

 

Theater review: ‘Ruth’ brings the Bible story up to date

Source: dallasnews.com

Vicki Cheatwood’s new play at Kitchen Dog Theater finds parallels to the ancient story in modern immigration policy.