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“Next Generation” Harry Hunsacker: Scott Nixon!

Scott Nixon is a talented, versatile actor who came to us with a history of performing in Living Black & White™ shows produced by Mainstage Irving Las Colinas (MILC). It's no wonder he already had an obvious sense of the snappy style required by these productions!...

Show #17: “Love of a Pig” by Leslie Caveny!

Throughout the year, we've been counting down the top 30 shows in Pegasus Theatre's 30-year history. The method of selection is quite unscientific, based on the subjective opinions of Kurt and Barb. A show might get into the top 30 because it was especially popular...

The art and science of feeding theatre artists!

Many years ago, an actor who worked a lot at Pegasus Theatre was quoted in the newspaper as saying, "I like working at Pegasus---they feed their actors!" (Walter Hardts, RIP) It's true. We're a bit food-focused! There's actually a fine tradition of feeding actors in...

Our excellent New York adventure!

In 2002, after 17 years of producing our Living Black & White™ shows to sold-out crowds in Dallas, we took It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Murder! to NYC for a limited run. It was an amazing experience! Our Executive Director Barb Weinberger wrote weekly posts...

Top 30 Countdown #18: “Catholic School Girls”

We continue our celebration of Pegasus Theatre's 30th anniversary with our countdown (in chronological order) of the top 30 shows in our history. Today we feature Catholic School Girls by Casey Kurtti (1990). It was 1989, time for Artistic Director Kurt Kleinmann to...

Celebrate #19 in the countdown: Curse of the Coarse Actors!

We had opened Pegasus Theatre in October 1985 with a "coarse acting" show, so by our fourth season it seemed only fitting that we offer another evening of overly earnest theatre by amateur actors. The Director's Notes for the show gave a great description: "Coarse"...

Become a Volunteer!

We need volunteers! Do you have special skills? Do you have ordinary skills, like making change for a ten? Either way, Pegasus Theatre needs your help! Here at Pegasus Theatre, we use volunteers for a variety of activities: Running concessions for our Bath House...

“Death: Take 1!” is #20 in our top 30 countdown!

In honor of Pegasus Theatre's 30th anniversary, we continue our countdown of our top 30 shows. In slot #20, we have Death:Take 1!, fourth in Kurt Kleinmann's series of Living Black & White™ plays. Death:Take 1! takes place in 1938 on the film set for an adventure...

Profiles in Talent: Jonah Munroe

We continue our Profiles in Talent series today with some background on a young, talented actor who is new to Pegasus: Jonah Munroe! Read about this rising star in today's blog! How long have you been involved in theatre? I have been involved in theater since the 6th...

PROFILES IN TALENT: Rachel Rouse

We continue of Profiles in Talent series with coverage of the lovely and talented Rachel Rouse! Learn about this engaging theatre artist! How long have you been involved in theatre? 20 years exactly. My first show was in January of 1996. How long have you been...