A horse crossing the road might not seem like an interesting topic, but to a room filled with the Silver Leos Writing Guild, it’s a gold mine.
Maybe it’s the glorious new venue. Maybe it’s the chemistry between the singers. Maybe it’s the debut of Dallas’ own Laura Claycomb. Whatever it is, the Dallas Opera needs to bottle it – because it works.
Sulphur Springs High School drama teacher Dawn Doyle started thinking about next week’s UIL One-Act Play contest last fall. She wanted something “sensational and more competitive.”
Fifty years from now, will today's generation be going to the theater to see revivals of Britney Spears’ “Oops I Did It Again,” Ludacris’ “Word of Mouf” or Lady Gaga’s “Fame Monster” when they wax nostalgic about their younger days? I think not.