News & Press

John by Annie Baker

Theater Jones

 

Theater Jones
November 15, 2017

Review John

Broadway WorldBroadway World
November 17, 2017

John Bewitches Audiences at Undermain Theatre

 

 

The Dallas Observer

November 20, 2017

John is an eerie must see trip

 

 

Dallas News-Arts

November 13, 2017

It’s not just the dead that haunt people

 

November 22, 2017

 

The Messy Truth: John at Undermain Theatre

 

So go the ghosts of méxico, part two by Mathew Paul Olmos

Theater Jones

 

Theater Jones
September 27, 2017

“Artist to Artist, so go the ghosts of mexico, part two”

 

D Magazine

 

D Magazine
September, 2017

In new work at Undermain, women play cartel bosses

 

HowlRound

September, 2017

Drug Wars with Gender Role Reversals

 

The Dallas Observer

September, 2017

Women Play Drug Lords in Second Play by Mathew Paul Olmos

 

Theater JonesTheater Jones
September 27, 2017

A War Closer to Home

 

Really by Jackie Sibblies Drury

April 19, 2017
The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News
April, 2017

Review: ‘Straight-white-men-really-ask-hurt-think-know-best

 

Theater JonesTheater Jones
April 11, 2017
“Really”

April 19, 2017

SHARP CRITIC:     Undermains-somber-beguiling-really 

 

 Galileo by Bertolt Brecht

The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News
Galileo – February 2017

Review: Galileo Shockingly Apt

 

The Dallas Morning NewsThe Dallas Morning News
Feb – 2017
Long last Galileo-timing right

 

SHARP CRITIC     Don’t miss Undermains eloquent

Art and SeekArt & Seek
February 2017
Something has made north texas plays relevant, what could it be?

 

10 out of 12 by Anne Washburn

The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News
November 2016

 How to Drive Tech Directors Crazy

 

The Dallas Observer
November, 2016
10 Out of 12 Finds Meaning in Dress Rehearsals

 

The Dallas Morning News

The Dallas Morning News
November 2016

Wacky Wild Undermain

 

Theater JonesTheater Jones
November, 2016
With 10 out of 12, Undermain Theatre serves up a funny and sweet surprise in a revealing comedy about the nerve-wracking all-nighter of technical rehearsal.

so go the ghosts of méxico, part one, a brave woman in méxico

by Matthew Paul Olmos

 

Art and SeekArt & Seek
September, 2016
Bravest Woman in Mexico inspires

 

The Dallas Morning NewsThe Dallas Morning News
September, 2016
If ghosts could talk

 

 

Theater JonesTheater Jones
September, 2016

Undermain Theatre opens its season with the haunting first part of a forthcoming trilogy, Matthew Paul Olmos’ so go the ghosts of méxico.

 

 

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