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The End Times are upon us!And it’s about time.

DALLAS, TX: The end of the world is here and it’s all going down at Theatre Three! RAPTURED by Matt Lyle and Matt Coleman, and commissioned by Theatre Three takes audiences on a rollercoaster of romance and existential hilarity. RAPTURED directed by Jeffrey Schmidt is produced by Theatre Three and runs April 25 through May 19, 2019 (2800 Routh St, #168 Dallas, TX 75201). Tickets range from $10-$50 and are on sale at Tickets are also available by phone at (214) 871-3300 and in person at the Theatre Three Box Office.

Photo Courtesy of Jeffrey Schmidt

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The congregants of the Third Baptist Church of Uncertain, Texas are only certain about two things; the rapture is DEFINITELY happening sometime in the next two hours (the Bible Math checks out), and two hours is not enough time to squeeze every single drop of life from this wicked, wonderful world. But some of them will try. RAPTURED is a fresh farce—part Boeing, Boeing, part The Last Picture Show—full of love triangles, mistaken identities, a puckish youth pastor, a Preacher on a dubious mission, lots of doors, and, of course, deeply irrevocable existential longing. When the clock is ticking, sometimes who you are and what you really want is the greatest revelation of all.

The cast of RAPTURED is led by Jeff Swearingen as Al, Chad Cline (TV’s True Detective) as Dick, Sally Soldo (T3’s A Catered Affair) as Gracie, Shannon J. McGrann (Carrie Fisher on Lifetime) as Martha, Jeremy Whitekeras Robin, Stephanie Cleghorn Jasso as Ruth, Jakie Cabe as Sam, Alle Mims as Tonya, and Christopher Lew as Troy.

April 26 & 27 @ 8:00PM

Writer and performer Fred Curchack is no stranger to the stage. In fact, for his work, he’s been frequently recognized by some of the country’s greatest media outlets including the L.A. Times (“Best of the Week”), The New York Times (“Top Ten of the Year”), the Austin Chronicle (“Top Ten of the Decade”), and locally in The Dallas Morning News (“Top Ten of All-Time”). His long list of awards includes the Gold Medal at the International Theatre Festival of Solo Theatre, the American Theatre Wing Award, Guggenheim Fellowship, and numerous critics’ awards across the country. Locally, he’s a Professor of Theatre at the University of Texas at Dallas, performed as King Lear with Shakespeare Dallas, and portrayed the lead in Undermain Theatre’sAbraham Zobell’s Home Movies. And this spring, he’s taking the Theatre Too stage at Theatre Three alongside celebrated actress Laura Jorgensen for a celebration of his best songs and scripts in RETROSPECTING.


T3Teen Now Enrolling!
Open to young artists 13-18

Enroll by April 30 and receive $50 off tuition with code "10WAYS"!

Theatre Three’s 2019 Summer Theatre Camp registration is officially open! Now in its 5th year of being an immersive theatrical experience for young DFW talent ages 13-18. T3Teen is proud to allow young, local talent to explore the full professional theatre experience from rehearsal to performance within the safety of Theatre Three.

T3Teen summer programming begins on June 17, 2019 and runs through June 29, 2019 at Theatre Three (2800 Routh St., #168, Dallas, TX).Campers will have the opportunity to work alongside local Dallas theatre professionals and put on a full production 10 Ways To Survive The End Of The World, A Short Comedy by Don Zolidison the Theatre Too stage that will be open to the public.

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