Announcements
S.T.A.G.E. Hours

Current POSTED HOURS:

Every Saturday from 12noon-4pm.  Closed the entire month of December.

Otherwise, STAGE is open by Appointment only unless we have a class, rental or event on-site.

In any case, PLEASE Call 214 630-7722 before you come down.

Thank you!

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.

 

What's Playing Where, When and Theatre Stories

Be sure to visit www.theatrejones.com for local theater production dates, reviews (and yes, even  gossip)!  

Also look for production information on our website under ABOUT S.T.A.G.E.  Look for Local Performances

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.