One Thirty Productions 2015 Season

The Outgoing Tide

The Outgoing Tide

Alone Together Again

Alone Together Again

Uh-Oh Here Comes Christmas

Uh-Oh Here Comes Christmas

What the Critics Are Saying

At a time when most theaters struggle, One Thirty Productions has found an enviable model for success, with performances that sell out before their shows open.

Nancy Churnin, Dallas Morning News

You’ll have to take the afternoon off, and you should, to see the splendid new production of Greater Tuna at the Bath House Cultural Center.

Elaine Liner, Dallas Observer Arts & Culture

One does not usually expect to encounter a ruminative mood piece that resonates beyond its performance during a festival of short plays. One Thirty Productions provides a pleasant surprise in their rendition of Patricia Bosworth’s Making Contact.

M. Lance Lusk, D Magazine

Producer's Notes

The Necessary Luxury Company

The Necessary Luxury Company

October 29, 2016

Three Performances only at the Bath House Cultural Center November 11th and 12th at 8:00 and Saturday November 12th at 2:00 For Reservations call 214-670-8722 In this one woman tour de force, Gene Raye Price stars as Alice B. Toklas on the eve of her eviction from the apartment that she and Gertrude Stein shared on Rue … Read More

The Algonquin Round Table Brought to Life

The Algonquin Round Table Brought to Life

July 9, 2016

At the Fretz Park Library August 11th, 12th and 13th Once upon a time, in New York City, there was a regular gathering of literary wits, novelists, playwrights, essayists, journalists, publicists and humorists at the Algonquin Hotel restaurant. Their first lunch was in June, 1919, and the last in 1929. There has never been another … Read More

The Short Stories of Eudora Welty

The Short Stories of Eudora Welty

July 9, 2016

Coming to Fretz Park Library July 21st 22nd and 23rd, “The Stories of Eudora Welty” will be a staged reading of short stories by Pulitzer Prize Winning author, Eudora Welty. Ms. Welty, a native of Jackson, Mississippi writes stories that are deceptively simple, filled with perceptive, amusing dialogue and always touch the heart. The cast … Read More

Lovely review by Nancy Churnin of One Thirty’s Romance in D.

Lovely review by Nancy Churnin of One Thirty’s Romance in D.

December 4, 2015

“It’s one thing to fall in love. It’s another, more risky leap to take a chance on that feeling. That’s the message of Romance in D, James Sherman’s touching comedy from One Thirty Productions at Bath House Cultural Center.” To read the full review, visit the Dallas Morning News artsblog here.