A Chat with an Actor Who’s Keeping it Real in Big D

I recently sat down to chat with actor/director Tina Parker. She’s been acting with Kitchen Dog Theater for about 20 years now, and she says it would take “a gallon of money” to get her to leave her beloved Big D. Dallas hasn’t got its national due in the arts world, according to Parker, and she’s dedicated to making that happen, one play at a time.

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Jeremy Schwartz and Tina Parker in “Thinner Than Water”. Photo: Matt Mrozek

Here’s a link from the KERA Art&Seek website to my interview with Tina Parker; she’s starring now in Kitchen Dog’s Thinner Than Water.



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