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'The greatest time of a Mormon kid's life is his mission,' sings Elder Kevin Price before finding out where and who with, his journey starts. But things are not as the handsome and pious Elder Price predicted, when he's paired up with the hapless Elder Cunningham and sent to...Uganda! The adventure unfolds as Elder Price and Elder Cunningham try to preach The Book Of Mormon to a community blighted by disease and ruled by an evil War Lord, they learn about themselves, the true meaning of friendship and what religion ultimately means to them.
DTC launches a new multi-year Classical Theater initiative with this sublime comedy, in a high-energy production directed by Kevin Moriarty. Combining Moliére's razor-sharp observations about love, marriage and desire with hilarious physical comedy and joyful contemporary music, The School For Wives tells the story of Arnolphe, who believes he has shrewdly concocted the perfect plan to woo a much younger woman to be his wife. (Spoiler Alert: Arnolphe isn't all that shrewd). As his plan goes horribly wrong and the complications add up, this fast-paced French farce will keep you on the edge of your seat, wondering what you may have missed while you were rolling in the aisle laughing.
Hilarious holiday fun ensues in A Tuna Christmas. It's 24 hours before Christmas and the delightfully eccentric characters of the third smallest town in Texas are attempting to cope with seasonal traumas such as a disaster prone little theatre production of A Christmas Carol and the sabotage of a yard decorating contest by a mysterious Christmas phantom.
Wilde/Earnest is a sexy and effervescent remix of Oscar Wilde's most famous and successful play, The Importance of Being Earnest. Freely adapted by KDT Company Member Lee Trull with original music by Dallas songwriter Jencey Keeton, this highly physical exploration of today's hipster culture follows four would-be lovers as they bounce between locations, shifting identities, and actual trampolines. Complete with roller skating, elaborate cocktails, Nutter Butters, perfect playlists, and a range of other mercurial obsessions, Wilde/Earnest is, to borrow Oscar Wilde's own subtitle, "A Trivial Comedy for Serious People."