You Found Us!
Dear One Thirty Friends,
We haven’t gone any place...Thanks to those of you who managed to see “Driving Miss Daisy” in March. Yes! We managed to do two performances before we were closed March 13th along with most of the theaters in Dallas.
Like the rest of the world, we are waiting to see how things go with the virus and our response to it. That means arts groups are looking to the future…whenever it comes! Broadway has announced that they will re-valuate the situation at the end of May 2021. One Thirty is re-evaluating as well. So, check back with us and we will keep you updated.
You are family, and we miss you.
Gene Raye, Artistic Director
What the Critics Are Saying
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
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
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
One Thirty Productions is taking reservations for the 2019 Season. Call the box office at 214-532-1709 to make your reservation for this season of fun-filled and uplifting productions.
Four shows will be a part of the 2018 Library Series at Lochwood Branch Library. Mr. Williams and Miss Wood plays January 18th and 19th at 1:30 and January 20th at 4:00. Letters: A vanishing Literary Form plays February 8th and 9th at 1:30 and on February 10th at 4:00. Gertrude Stein and the Lost … Read More