972-744-4650 Eisemann Center Ticket Office/Pegasus Theatre Administrative Office 214-821-6005 comedy@pegasustheatre.com

It’s New Year’s Eve, 1933!

Our trio (world-famous detective and aspiring actor Harry Hunsacker, his paid-by-the-hour assistant Nigel Grouse, and Lt Foster of the real police) are celebrating at a swanky nightclub, The Black Diamond. When a fatal shot is fired, Harry faces one of his most puzzling cases ever! Will good win the day, or will the forces of evil triumph? Join us to find out! Performances are December 29 through January 28!


Don’t miss our special New Year’s Eve celebration, with champagne, cake, and party favors to ring in 2018! And don’t miss your opportunity to buy season tickets!

For tickets to “A Minor Case of Murder!” by Kurt Kleinmann,

call the box office at the Eisemann Center at (972) 744-4650.

For season tickets or other information, call Pegasus Theatre at (214) 821-6005.

– Tickets for the special New Year’s Eve performance are $67 each.
– Tickets for our Sneak Previews (12/29-30) and our First Week Rush (1/04-07) are $24.
– Tickets for all remaining shows range from $24-$44, depending on the day of the performance.
– Season tickets are $40 for a half-season and $75 for a full season.
– After First Week Rush, discounts are available for children, seniors, and students ($10 off). 
We can’t wait to see you! Kurt and Barb will be in the lobby to greet you, so come up and say hello. Or ask us for some backstage news—-there’s always something interesting going on!
See you soon!
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Past Productions

At Pegasus Theatre, we love new comedies! Here’s a complete listing of 30 years and over 100 of our shows!

Living Black & White™

Pegasus Theatre’s signature style! Learn all about the continuing adventures of intrepid detective Harry Hunsacker.

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Pegasus News

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...

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...