Timing is everything, and the tension of the times is perfect for the Plaza Theater Company’s presentation of “Driving Miss Daisy,” a 1988 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about two minorities learn
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As the saying goes, “less is more.”
I’d forgotten how funny this play is, but I quickly remembered in mid flight the first time I fell out of my seat with laughter during this fast-paced comedy, the kind that Plaza Theatre Company do
The Plaza Theatre Company unwrapped three surprise packages during its presentation of “A Christmas Carol,” playing through Dec. 22 at the still-new Plaza Theatre at Dudley Hall in Cleburne.
All fish jokes aside, don’t let this be the one that got away.
Who better to play the parents of 12 intelligent children than a couple who have seven of their own.
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire, and here’s hoping you get a burning desire to get your hands on the hottest tickets in town to see “Smoke on the Mountain, Homecoming,” the current production of
Those with front row seats to the current musical production at the Plaza Theatre Company will be sitting in the rain during “Singing in the Rain,” the show’s title song.