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Asylum in Georgia

by John C. Davenport

Presented May 19 & 25

Asylum in Georgia – Pauletta, an anchorwoman at a Texas TV station, comes to the tiny Georgia town of Throckmorton to resolve some issues while she’s at a crossroads in her life. She’s on “administrative leave” from her job, she’s gotten through her second divorce, and she has just dropped off her son to start college. But the big questions have to do with a pile of bricks in Throckmorton that will soon be part of a resort. Was that a mental asylum her father built … and ultimately destroyed?

Directed by Michael Speck

Robin Clayton as Sherry/Lolly
Chris Messersmith as Dobber
Steve Miller as Mathis
Bill Otstott as Bobo
Guinn Powell as Edgar
Mary-Margaret Pyeatt as Pauletta
Charles Ratcliff as Daniel/Brock
Joan Eppes as Patsy
Trista Wyly as Gussie


The Night We Bombed Lincoln Towing

by Steven Young

Presented May 17 & 26

SYNOPSIS: You’ve been towed…get as angry as you wish, you will pay the man. In the most horrendous rainstorm in Chicago history, six eccentric individuals are left stranded in a bar after the notorious and corrupt Lincoln Towing hauls away their vehicles. This motley crewvehicular-ily challenged must first overcome their differences to take revenge on the infamous towing company.

Directed by Selmore L. Haines III

Jared Culpepper as DMZ
Chris Messersmith as Janicowski
Alex Moore as Lilly
Carol M. Rice as Flo
  Isabelle Culpepper as Stan
Gerald Taylor as Darwin


Our Space

by Caroline Turner Cole

Presented May 18 & 24

Our Space explores the use of social media by bringing to the stage some unlikely characters — Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and others lead the audience through the digital world, exploring daily life through a new and interesting lens. A surreal and yet surprisingly realistic look at how constant “connection” can work in reverse to break down relationships. A demanding and exciting ensemble piece.

Directed by Ashley Rountree

Josh Bangle as Ensemble
Chapman Blake as Email
Alyssa Cavazos as Facebook
Matthew Clark as Twitter
Robin Clayton as Phone
Jon Garrard as Amos
Patricia E. Hill as Mrs. Simpkins
La Keisha Leonard as Isabella
Steve Miller as Dr. James
Guinn Powell as Mr. Simpkins
Mandy Reichelt as Instagram
Jake Shanahan as Ensemble
Gerald Taylor as Blog
  Lucia Welch as Mrs. James
Rachel Vitemb as Text
Kimberly Yoxall as Ensemble



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Our Next Auditions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Pegasus Theatre announces auditions for “Fresh Reads 2”, our second new play festival! As we continue the mission of Pegasus Theatre to produce new and original comedies in a professional setting, highlighting the talents of North Texas theatre...

Auditions for “The Cuban and the Redhead”, a new musical

Pegasus Theatre announces auditions for The Cuban and the Redhead, a new musical with book, music and lyrics by Robert Bartley & Danny Whitman. Robert Bartley will direct the production. Auditions will be conducted in the Choir room at the First United Lutheran...

Call For Scripts! Fresh Reads 2.

Pegasus Theatre announces Fresh Reads 2!   Call for Scripts As we continue the mission of Pegasus Theatre to produce new and original comedies in a professional setting, highlighting the talents of North Texas theatre artists, we are pleased to announce our...

From Barbara Weinberger to Kurt Kleinmann (August 7, 2016)

Here is the text of remarks made by Barbara Weinberger about her husband Kurt Kleinmann after his final performance as Harry Hunsacker on August 7, 2016. "The day has finally arrived. Today marks a milestone in Dallas theatre history. Today, after 30 years of...

“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...