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2018-19 for Dallas Theater Center

A chat with Kevin Moriarty on his picks for a season that includes Sweat, The Wolves, and Jonathan Norton's Penny Candy. Plus Shakespeare, Will Power and popular comedies.



published Thursday, February 1, 2018

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Jonathan Norton

 

Dallas — A year after winning the Regional Theatre Tony Award, the Dallas Theater Center has announced a 2018-2019 season that looks a little different from what we’ve become used to with Artistic Director Kevin Moriarty. Sure, there’s the annual A Christmas Carol and the return of Shakespeare as a subscription-season production, with Twelfth Night. (There will also be the third Public Works Dallas title by Willy Shakes in the summer of 2019; TBA). But no musicals on the subscription season? The super-popular comedy Steel Magnolias?

Let’s break down this season’s choices, with quotes from Moriarty.

 

Whither musicals?

The seven-show subscription season does not have a musical in the line-up, which seems odd for Moriarty, who has typically programmed at least two per season, and has given us a handful of world premieres, either solely DTC or in a co-production with another regional theater. That’s because DTC is moving to the model of a family-friendly summer musical that will be a season add-on. The title for the summer of 2018 will be announced soon, and later we’ll learn the title for the 2019 musical. Does this mean he’s done with non-family friendly titles?

“We’ll continue to produce musicals, both new and old, in our subscription season, as well as our new summer initiative,” Moriarty says. “Musicals have been very important to our work at DTC, and anyone who knows me knows how much I love them!”

 

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Will Power

Keeping it local

We already knew from the 2017-18 season announcement that in the 18-19 season, DTC would premiere Dallas playwright Jonathan Norton’s Penny Candy. That title will appear in June 2019, and will be the second mainstage production at the Wyly written by a local writer, after David Lozano/Lee Trull’s Deferred Action. Norton has been making waves nationally, after his award-winning Mississippi Goddamn. Penny Candy has been developed over several years.

“Jonathan’s voice has grown immensely since I’ve known him,” says Moriarty. “He has always had a great command of character, ideas and situation, but I’ve also seen him continue to develop his command of dialogue and dramatic structure.”

That above statement about local playwrights isn’t entirely true. DTC has also given us work by Will Power, who isn’t from here but has made Dallas his home in this decade. DTC’s first project with Power was the world premiere of the musical Stagger Lee, and in 2018-19, we’ll get the regional premiere of Power’s play Fetch Clay, Make Man.

Fetch Clay, Make Man gives us a chance to collaborate with our Playwright-in-Residence, Will Power,” Moriarty says. “With this play, Will has managed to explore provocative ideas through the voices and experiences of such vibrant characters. I love its ideas and its theatricality.”

As for future work with local playwrights, Moriarty says that previously commissioned writers Matt Lyle and Steven Walters will see their work developed, and “I expect you’ll see all of their work on our stage at some point in future seasons,” he says. DTC has also commissioned a work from Dallas playwright Janielle Kastner.


The Pulitzer Game

In his 10 years here, Moriarty has not been in the thrall of the Pulitzer Prize as a guidepost. Many LORT theaters often include winners and nominated finalists in a season soon after those titles win, but that hasn’t been the case at DTC. The only Pulitzer winner from the last 10 years Moriarty has programmed was Clybourne Park, and the only nominated finalist was The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity.

In 2018-19, that changes. We’ll have the most recent Pulitzer winner, Lynn Nottage’s Sweat, as well as 2017 nominated finalist The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe. Nottage became the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice (after Ruined), and this will be only the second time the theater has staged her work (in the Richard Hamburger era, DTC did Nottage's Crumbs from the Table of Joy at the Kalita Humphreys Theater.)

“I love Sweat because it is a deep, honest and empathetic exploration of working class people who are often overlooked in American plays,” Moriarty says. “I love The Wolves because it captures the voices of teenage girls with such clarity and honesty, perhaps better than any play I’ve ever seen.”

 

Going Populist

For me, the two most surprising picks on the new season are Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias and Josefina López’s Real Women Have Curves. The latter is a surprise because it has been seen locally several times, at smaller theaters, and Moriarty has been keen on newer works by Latinx writers (you might know Curves from the 2002 movie version with America Ferrera). As for Steel Magnolias, there’s a title any theatergoer could see once or twice a year at the many local community theaters. It’s filled with very quotable one-liners, but it’s a weird choice for a LORT theater that has become a champion of new(er) works and more challenging material.

Of Magnolias, Moriarty says “We are seeking to create a mixture of beloved plays that audiences love with new works that are unfamiliar to them. It’s equally important to me that the season includes some plays that are filled with laugher, joy and celebrations of family, friendships, love and community. Twelfth Night, Real Women Have Curves, Steel Magnolias, A Christmas Carol and our Public Works productions are all examples of this.”

“Frankly, our country is increasingly divided and angry with each other,” he adds. “One of the benefits theater can provide for our community is to serve as a place where we can all come together and celebrate the many things we have in common. Also, Steel Magnolias has wonderfully funny and rich roles for the women in our Brierley Resident Acting Company, and it will be great fun to see them in these roles. … I love Real Women Have Curves and, personally, have never had the opportunity to see a professional production on stage. We’ll also certainly continue to produce new work by Latina playwrights.”

 

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Kevin Moriarty

Shakespeare and the Classics

“I can’t imagine we’ll ever go too many years without returning to Shakespeare, since he’s one of the greatest writers in the history of the English language,” Moriarty says. “But we’re not creating a through-line connected to classical work or a specific commitment about future programming. Similarly, I’m sure we’ll continue to produce American masterworks—it would be great to explore Miller or Williams again—but there’s no specific plan to do so.”

 

Commitment to Diversity

It should be noted that in terms of the playwrights, this season looks like the most diverse Moriarty has programmed. There are three black playwrights (Norton, Power, Nottage), three women (Nottage, DeLappe, López), and one Latinx writer (López). Kudos.

Also, look at the number of roles for women: Steel Magnolias, The Wolves and Real Women Have Curves are all-female casts. Sweat has very strong women roles, and I don't know Penny Candy but given Jonathan's work, strong women is a good guess. And then there's one of Shakespeare's great women characters in Viola; and how great would it be to see Sally Vahle as Malvolio? (That's just me speculating.)

 

Below is the complete news release about the season, with descriptions, dates and subscription and ticket info:

2017 Regional Theatre Tony Award® recipient Dallas Theater Center (DTC) announces titles for the 2018-2019 season, including the heartwarming, southern comedy Steel Magnolias; the critically-acclaimed Broadway play and winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize, Sweat; William Shakespeare’s delightful comedy, Twelfth Night; the acclaimed comedy, then film, Real Women Have Curves; a world premiere play set in Dallas, Penny Candy; a new play fresh off the New York theater season, The Wolves, and a fascinating play about the relationship between Muhammad Ali and Stepin Fetchit, Fetch Clay, Make Man. Productions will take place at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre at the AT&T Performing Arts Center and at the Kalita Humphreys Theater. Full season subscriptions are on sale now at www.DallasTheaterCenter.org and by phone at (214) 880-0202.

“Our 2018-2019 season is filled with exciting new productions and much-loved classics,” said Kevin Moriarty, DTC’s Enloe/Rose Artistic Director. “I’m thrilled to introduce Jonathan Norton’s play, Penny Candy, to the American theater, where I’m certain it will have a lasting, national impact. I’m overjoyed to welcome the work of DTC’s Playwright-in-Residence, Will Power, to our stage. I’m honored to introduce some of the most acclaimed plays of the past year to Dallas audiences in their regional premieres, and I’m eager to laugh alongside our audiences with a trio of feel-good classic comedies.”

The full season will be presented as follows: in the Potter Rose Performance Hall at the Wyly Theatre, Steel Magnolias (Sept. 28 to Oct. 21); in the Studio Theatre at the Wyly Theatre, Fetch Clay, Make Man (Dec. 5 to Jan. 6); in the Kalita Humphreys Theater, Sweat (Feb. 8 to March 3); in the Studio Theatre, The Wolves (March 6 to April 7); in the Potter Rose Performance Hall, Twelfth Night (March 29 to April 28); in the Studio Theatre, Penny Candy (June 5 to July 7) and in the Kalita Humphreys Theater, Real Women Have Curves (June 28 to July 21). A Christmas Carol (Nov. 21 to Dec. 30) in the Potter Rose Performance Hall is not included in season subscriptions, but will be available as a holiday add-on. Also available as a subscription add-on is a summer musical for all ages that will be announced soon. Finally, information about Public Works Dallas will be released at a later date. All titles, dates and venues are subject to change.

To many Southern women in the 1980s, there are few institutions on earth more important than the town beauty parlor. In Robert Harling’s Steel Magnolias, neighborhood women gather at Truvy Jones’ salon in Chinquapin, La., to swap stories, share gossip, and of course, style their hair. When tragedy strikes, the community comes together in a bond more powerful than 10 coats of hairspray. Steel Magnolias is a hilarious, heartwarming portrait of the strength and beauty of female friendships.

DTC’s Playwright-in-Residence Will Power brings audiences Fetch Clay, Make Man. His name is Cassius Clay, but you know him as Muhammad Ali. His name is Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry, but you know him as Stepin Fetchit. Or, do you really know either of these men at all? Loosely inspired by the pair’s real-life friendship, this daring script brings these two iconic figures together to shape their legacies against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement. A powerful exploration of what it is to be a black man in America, Fetch Clay, Make Man pulls no punches.

In Sweat, it’s the year 2000 in the steel town of Reading, Penn., and the only things best friends Tracey and Cynthia need are their steady factory jobs, their favorite bar and each other. As years pass and a recession hits, hard times at the factory threaten their livelihoods and test the limits of their friendship. Written by acclaimed playwright Lynn Nottage, Sweat is the winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize and was nominated for the 2017 Tony Award for Best Play. Sweat takes an unflinching look at life in the industrial working class that has been hailed as “the first theatrical landmark of the Trump era.”

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Lynn Nottage

The Wolves showcases drive, ambition, endurance and precision. We’re not talking about any high school girls’ soccer team, but a pack of female warriors, determined to score. This elite squad of nine teenage girls meets every Saturday to stretch before their games. High school gossip rapidly evolves into mature meditations on the girls’ understanding of themselves and their place in the world. Breakout playwright Sarah DeLappe writes these girls “as soccer players — not as daughters, not as girlfriends, not as sexual objects, but as athletes.” A 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist, The Wolves is a fierce and unexpected play that has been taking the theater world by storm since the moment the girls took the field.

“If music be the food of love, play on!” William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night begins with Viola, who lost everything in a shipwreck, including her twin brother. She finds herself on the shores of Illyria, a place she’s never been, and in order to get work, she disguises herself as a man. When hired as a servant to Duke Orsino, she encounters yet one more problem: she’s totally in love with him. Unable to express her feelings without blowing her cover, Viola sets out to fulfill the Duke’s orders, which includes wooing another woman. One of Shakespeare’s finest comedies, Twelfth Night will whisk audiences away to a world filled with singing, laughter and romance.

Dallas playwright Jonathan Norton’s world premiere of Penny Candy is set in Dallas’ own Pleasant Grove in 1988. Growing up in a candy house sounds like every kid’s dream, but for 12-year-old Jon-Jon, helping his father run Paw Paw’s Candy Tree out of their run-down one-bedroom apartment isn’t a dream come true. As their neighborhood sees a surge of violence fueled by epidemic drug use and an increasingly hostile police presence, the business begins to fail and danger looms immediately outside Jon-Jon’s front door. Penny Candy follows one family as they seek to balance their responsibilities to their community and to one another.

In the beloved, warm-hearted comedy Real Women Have Curves by Josefina López, Ana just graduated from high school, and though she dreams of going to college and becoming a writer, for now she is stuck working in her sister’s garment factory in East L.A. The hours are long and the pay is low, but Ana grows to appreciate the strength, passion and dedication of the women she works beside. While the ladies of Real Women Have Curves struggle with things as personal as body image and as consequential as the threat of deportation, they still find joy, humor and beauty in their relationships with one another, and within themselves.

‘Tis the season to be jolly, when the family-favorite, holiday production of A Christmas Carol returns to the Wyly Theatre. In this delightfully reimagined take on Dickens’ enduring classic, the audience is surrounded by the actors, with magical ghosts flying above, scary ghosts bursting out of the floor, and snow falling on everyone. Full of traditional Christmas hymns and songs in fresh, toe-tapping musical arrangements, joyful bursts of choreography, and eye-popping special effects, A Christmas Carol continues to be Dallas’ must-see holiday tradition. A Christmas Carol is available as an add-on to season subscriptions. 

In the summer of 2018 and 2019, DTC will produce family-friendly musical productions as part of a new commitment to summer programming for audiences of all ages. Subscribers will have the first opportunity to purchase single tickets to these productions as an add-on to their season subscriptions. Titles and production details will be announced at a later date.

Finally, Public Works Dallas will return for the third year during the summer of 2019. Public Works Dallas is a groundbreaking community engagement and participatory theater project designed to deliberately blur the line between professional artists and Dallas community members.The production will feature 200 cast members, with only five being professional actors. Public Works Dallas is not a part of season subscriptions. Production details, as well as free tickets, will be offered to the public at a later date.

DTC’s full seven-play season subscriptions are on sale now and include Steel Magnolias; Fetch Clay, Make Man; Sweat; The Wolves; Twelfth Night; Penny Candy and Real Women Have Curves. Prices start at $140. To reserve the best seats at the best prices, subscriptions can be purchased online at www.DallasTheaterCenter.org or by calling the AT&T Performing Arts Center Box Office at (214) 880-0202.

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Josefina Lopez

For those who want to take their theater-going experience to the next level, DTC’s membership program, Patron Perks, offers patrons a variety of exclusive benefits, including special behind-the-scenes invitations, complimentary drinks, free parking and much more. Memberships start at $75. Visit www.DallasTheaterCenter.org/PatronPerks or call (214) 252-3915 for more information.

DTC will continue Come Early and Stay Late in the 2018-2019 season. Come Early is a free, 30-minute informative talk designed to enhance a patron’s play-going experience. Given one hour before every performance, a member of the cast or artistic staff will share details about the play’s origins and context, as well as share insight into the creative process behind the production. Stay Late is a free, brief, post-show conversation with a member of the cast about the show. Patrons will engage with the artists, learn about the production and be able to share their insights about the play in a lively discussion. Stay Late is presented by Wells Fargo.

 

ABOUT DALLAS THEATER CENTER:

One of the leading regional theaters in the country and the 2017 Regional Theatre Tony Award® recipient, Dallas Theater Center (DTC) performs to an audience of more than 100,000 North Texas residents annually. Founded in 1959, DTC is now a resident company of the AT&T Performing Arts Center and presents its Mainstage season at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, designed by REX/OMA, Joshua Prince-Ramus and Rem Koolhaas and at its original home, the Kalita Humphreys Theater, the only freestanding theater designed and built by Frank Lloyd Wright. DTC is one of only two theaters in Texas that is a member of the League of Resident Theatres, the largest and most prestigious non-profit professional theater association in the country. Under the leadership of Enloe/Rose Artistic Director Kevin Moriarty and Managing Director Jeffrey Woodward, DTC produces a seven-play subscription series of classics, musicals and new plays and an annual production of A Christmas Carol; extensive education programs, including the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award-winning Project Discovery, SummerStage and partnerships with Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts and Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts; and community collaboration efforts with the Sixth Floor Museum, the City of Dallas, North Texas Food Bank, Bachman Lake Together, Jubilee Park and Community Center, Literacy Achieves and Literacy Instruction for Texas. In 2017, in collaboration with SMU Meadows, DTC launched Public Works Dallas, a groundbreaking community engagement and participatory theater project designed to deliberately blur the line between professional artists and community members, culminating in an annual production featuring more than 200 Dallas citizens performing a Shakespeare play. Throughout its history, DTC has produced many new works, including The Texas Trilogy by Preston Jones in 1978; Robert Penn Warren’s All the King’s Men, adapted by Adrian Hall, in 1986; and recent premieres of Miller, Mississippi by Boo Killebrew; Hood: The Robin Hood Musical Adventure by Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn; Bella: An American Tall Tale by Kirsten Childs; Clarkston by Samuel D. Hunter; Moonshine: That Hee Haw Musical by Robert Horn, Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally; FLY by Rajiv Joseph, Bill Sherman and Kirsten Childs; Fly by Night by Kim Rosenstock, Michael Mitnick and Will Connolly; The Fortress of Solitude by Michael Friedman and Itamar Moses; Giant by Michael John LaChiusa and Sybille Pearson; The Trinity River Plays by Regina Taylor; the revised It’s a Bird… It’s a Plane… It’s Superman by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa, Charles Strouse and Lee Adams; Give It Up! (now titled Lysistrata Jones and recently on Broadway) by Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn; Sarah, Plain and Tall by Julia Jordan, Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin; and The Good Negro by Tracey Scott Wilson. Dallas Theater Center gratefully acknowledges the support of our season sponsors: Texas Instruments, American Airlines, Lexus and NBC 5.

 

  

Dallas Theater Center

2018-2019 Season

 

STEEL MAGNOLIAS Southern society won’t wilt these flowers.

by Robert Harling | Sept. 28-Oct. 21 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Potter Rose Performance Hall

Many Southern women in the 1980s know there are few institutions on earth more important than the town beauty parlor. At Truvy Jones’ salon in Chinquapin, Louisiana, neighborhood women gather to swap stories, share gossip, and of course, style their hair. But when tragedy strikes, the community comes together in a bond more powerful than ten coats of hairspray. Steel Magnolias is a hilarious, heartwarming portrait of the strength and beauty of female friendship.

 

FETCH CLAY, MAKE MAN What does it mean to be a black man in America?

by Will Power | Dec. 5-Jan. 6 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Studio Theatre

His name was Cassius Clay, but you know him as Muhammad Ali. His name was Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry, but you know him as Stepin Fetchit. Or, do you really know either of these men at all? Loosely inspired by the pair’s real-life friendship, DTC Playwright-in-Residence Will Power has crafted a daring script that brings these two iconic figures together to shape their legacies against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement. A powerful exploration of what it is to be a black man in America, Fetch Clay, Make Man pulls no punches.

 

SWEAT From assembly line to picket line, it’s more than just a job.

by Lynn Nottage | Feb. 8-March 3 | Kalita Humphreys Theater

It’s the year 2000 in the steel town of Reading, Pennsylvania, and all best friends Tracey and Cynthia need are their steady factory jobs, their favorite bar, and each other. But as years pass and a recession hits, hard times at the factory threaten their livelihoods and test the limits of their friendship. Winner of the 2017 Pulitzer Prize, playwright Lynn Nottage's second Pulitzer, and nominated for the 2017 Tony Award for Best Play, Sweat takes an unflinching look at life in the industrial working class that has been hailed as “the first theatrical landmark of the Trump era.”

 

THE WOLVES Play like a pack of girls.

by Sarah DeLappe | March 6-April 7 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Studio Theatre

Drive. Ambition. Endurance. Precision. We’re not talking about any high school girls’ soccer team, we’re talking about a pack of female warriors, determined to score. This elite squad of nine teenage girls meets every Saturday to stretch before their games, and high school gossip rapidly evolves into mature meditations on the girls’ understanding of themselves and their place in the world. Breakout playwright Sarah DeLappe writes these girls “as soccer players — not as daughters, not as girlfriends, not as sexual objects, but as athletes.” A 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist, The Wolves is a fierce and unexpected play that has been taking the theater world by storm since the moment the girls took the field.

 

TWELFTH NIGHT A star-crossed, cross-dressing melodic tryst!

by William Shakespeare | March 29-April 28 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Potter Rose Performance Hall

Viola has just lost everything in a shipwreck, including her twin brother. She’s found herself on the shores of Illyria, a place she’s never been. And in order to get work, she’s had to disguise herself as man. When hired as a servant to Duke Orsino, she encounters yet one more problem: she’s totally in love with him. Unable to express her feelings without blowing her cover, Viola sets out to fulfill the Duke’s orders - which include wooing another woman. One of Shakespeare’s finest comedies, Twelfth Night will whisk audiences away to a world of scheming outlaws and daring rescues, unbelievable love triangles, and one truly unforgettable adventure.

 

PENNY CANDY Life in Dallas' Pleasant Grove was both sweet and sour.

WORLD PREMIERE

by Jonathan Norton | June 5-July 7 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Studio Theatre

Growing up in a candy house sounds like every kid’s dream. But for 12-year-old Jon-Jon, helping his father run Paw Paw’s Candy Tree out of their run-down one-bedroom apartment isn’t quite a dream come true. As their neighborhood sees a surge of violence fueled by epidemic drug use and an increasingly hostile police presence, the business begins to fail and danger looms immediately outside Jon-Jon’s front door. A world premiere from Dallas playwright Jonathan Norton, and set in Dallas’ own Pleasant Grove, Penny Candy follows one family as they seek to balance their responsibilities to their community and to one another.

 

REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES Women are powerful, especially when working together.

by Josefina López | June 28-July 21 | Kalita Humphreys Theater

Ana just graduated from high school, and though she dreams of going to college and becoming a writer, for now she is stuck working in her sister’s garment factory in East L.A. The hours are long and the pay is low, but Ana grows to appreciate the strength, passion, and dedication of the women she works beside. While the ladies of Real Women Have Curves struggle with things as personal as body image and as consequential as the threat of deportation, they still find joy, humor and beauty in their relationships with one another, and within themselves.

 

A CHRISTMAS CAROL Dallas’ family-favorite holiday tradition.

HOLIDAY ADD-ON

by Charles Dickens, adapted by Kevin Moriarty

Nov. 21-Dec. 30 | Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Potter Rose Performance Hall

Tis the season to be jolly when Dallas’s favorite holiday tradition returns to the Wyly Theatre! Three spirits have come to visit the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge, and to take him on a fantastic journey through Christmases past, present, and future that annually delights audiences across North Texas. But will it be enough to save Scrooge’s soul? Brimming with joyful songs, magical spirits, and holiday cheer, Dallas Theater Center’s A Christmas Carol boldly reimagines Dickens’ classic tale of joy, redemption, and the spirit of Christmas. Thanks For Reading





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