Venue Details

3 Star Starred
Kalita Humphreys Theater Campus
3636 Turtle Creek Boulevard Dallas, TX 75219
214 526-8210
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Member Tips

Vicki Pettiet
We just wore work casual very comfortable relaxed setting
info Feb 13 2012 star this tip starred
Vicki Pettiet
Easy parking no problem
info Feb 13 2012 star this tip starred
Vicki Pettiet
The wine bar was fun had an interesting twist on the concept
info Feb 13 2012 star this tip starred
Goldstar Member
Have reserved parking near stage.
info Mar 09 2012 star this tip starred

Reviews & Ratings

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4.1 average rating
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0 stars
attended Feb 03 2012

I laughed so hard and enjoyed the play very much.

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attended Feb 10 2012

This show is hilarious. Would highly recommend it!

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2 stars
attended Feb 17 2012

Excellent beginning to a new season from what is for me, the most talented exciting theater company in the D/FW metroplex.

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More Information

Website

http://www.secondthoughttheatre.com/

Description

by Steven Walters

Directed by Matt Gray

A Night of Theater and Music featuring live music by Dallas musician Greg Schroeder

Duck’s drunk. Fred’s been eatin’ peyote. And Bill’s not as gay as they originally thought he was. On a sun drenched, emotionally challenged parcel of the West Texas landscape, three friends are held captive by addiction, fear and apathy as they wait for salvation. Enter April.

About the Ticket Supplier: Second Thought Theatre

Second Thought Theatre seeks to capture the moment of creation between artist and audience. Dedicated to ensemble productions that explore challenging and dramatic works from the canon of theatrical literature, we strive to enlighten and entertain our audience by pushing the boundaries of human thought and emotion. Old works done in new ways, new works done in old ways. Everything is possible when you take a second thought.