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Stage West presents The Children
The Children at Stage West was one of the first streamed shows after the shutdown. Photo by Evan Michael Woods
Devin Berg in Lizzie at Imprint Theatreworks
Devin Berg starred as the titular Lizzie in Imprint Theatreworks' spectular production. Photo by Jason Anderson
Everything Will Be Fine
Prism Movement Theater brought art to the parking lot with Everything Will Be Fine. Photo courtesy of Prism Movement Theater
Noises Off at Theatre Three
Noises Off at Theatre Three was incredibly complicated — but didn't look it. Photo by Jeffrey Schmidt
WingSpan Theatre Company presents Two By Beckett: Footfalls and Not I
Susan Sargeant and Jennifer Kuenzer each delivered stunning solo performances in Two by Beckett at Wingspan Theatre Company. Photo by Lowell Sargeant
The Bippy Bobby Boo Show at Theatre Three
Justin Locklear led The Bippy Bobby Boo Show at Theatre Three, developed by Danielle Georgiou Dance Group. Photo by Jeffrey Schmidt
Xavier Cano and cast of Dallas Theater Center's In the Heights
In the Heights at Dallas Theater Center had many dancing for joy. Photo by Karen Almond
WaterTower Theatre presents I Am My Own Wife
Bob Hess turned in a remarkable performance in I Am My Own Wife, streamed by WaterTower Theatre. Photo by Jason Anderson
Kitchen Dog Theater presents a love offering
Local playwright Jonathan Norton struck a chord with a love offering at Kitchen Dog Theater. Photo by Jordan Fraker
Undermain Theatre presents Madame Bovary
Stephanie Cleghorn Jasso shone in Madame Bovary at Undermain Theatre. Photo by Stephen Webster