September 28th, 2016
Paul Frellick Diagnoses Deep Dish Theater Company's Lasting Legacy and Quiet Demise
by Adam Sobsey, writing in IndyWeek In June, Deep Dish Theater Company quietly announced its closure after a fifteen-year run in Chapel Hill's University Place (ne University Mall) a major loss for the area's theater scene. Yet the company's demise received virtually no public notice. That typified the modesty and reserve of founding artistic director Paul Frellick, who "was always happy to have my work disappear in the course of rehearsals," as he puts it. [Read full story...]
September 21st, 2016
Deep Dish Theater - 2001-2016
The Deep Dish Theater Company has ceased operations after 15 years of producing plays in Chapel Hill. After a lengthy effort to find a future home for Deep Dish, Founding Artistic Director Paul Frellick wrote in an email to supporters that he and the theater's Executive Board "were until very recently optimistic that we could find a place that would make sense for us financially and accommodate the kind of work we were committed to presenting. [Read full story...]