Katy Lemieux is a Dallas-based writer covering theater and the arts. She is a mother to two beautiful human children and three beautiful animal children. She has been published in Esquire Magazine, Texas Monthly, D Magazine, TheaterJones, American Theatre Magazine and most notably The Senior Voice.
5 days ago | Theater
Matthew Paul Olmos sometimes gets a little embarrassed when he hears the words he’s written. In the soft-spoken playwright's unconventional script, women play male characters. And not just any male characters: Mexican drug cartel members. The dial...
5 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Fun Home is onstage through Sept. 24 at the Winspear Opera House. In 2006, Alison Bechdel wrote a graphic memoir, Fun Home, about her life growing up in a restored Victorian home in rural Pennsylvania that doubled as a funeral home. Bechdel's fath...
8 days ago | Theater
“To be from Mississippi is to be aware that there’s blood in the soil,” playwright Boo Killebrew drawls. The Gulfport native’s play, Miller, Mississippi, is having its world premiere at The Dallas Theater Center. It’s a hard play, Killebrew says, ...
19 days ago | Theater
Fall in Texas means new seasons of theater have been announced. Dallas-Fort Worth audiences have tons of choices, from world premieres to classics by Edward Albee and Lynn Nottage, and the work of badass lady playwrights. Below are our top picks. ...
26 days ago | Theater
Carla Parker is making history at Dallas’ scrappy Ochre House Theatre, which produces all original work. Her world-premiere musical, Kaptain Kockadoo, marks the first time the theater will feature a play by a female playwright. Parker, who be...
28 days ago | Theater
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is doubling down on its Elevator Project series, which began in 2014 and provides grants and performing space to local performing arts companies. There are eight companies on the lineup for the recently announce...