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Benson Funeral Home

309 Hardee Street
Dallas, GA 30132
(770) 445-9494
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Eberhart Jeff Funeral Home Inc

123 Watson Drive
Dallas, GA 30132
(770) 445-4496
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Peaceful Meadows Memorial Cemetery

86 Hart Rd
Dallas, GA 30157
(770) 443-0410
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Overstreet, Marilyn Ellis (Dunlap) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, June 19, 2017

Nashville National Cemetery, where she will be interred with her husband. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231.

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

He moved to rehab over the weekend and had heart trouble, then kidney and liver failure." Director of close to 100 plays (maybe more, as Moreno often said he didn’t keep count) in Dallas-Fort Worth theaters, plus regional productions at Oklahoma City Repertory and elsewhere, Moreno was described by actors who worked with him as “exacting,” “demanding,” and “tough.” And they loved him for being all those things. Born and raised in East Dallas, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and of SMU’s drama department, Moreno started his theater career as an actor. An accident in 1991 put him in a wheelchair and he said in an interview in 2012 that he spent a year in “deep grief” over the injury. A call from his fellow SMU grads at Kitchen Dog Theater offered him his first directing job and a new career path was forged. (He then returned to SMU for an MFA in directing.) In recent years, Moreno often was booked for directing gigs a year or more in advance. He also taught acting at KD Studio. Occasionally, Moreno took an acting role, if he thought the part suited “a Latino guy in a wheelchair,” as he described himself. In 2008, he played the title character in Shakespeare’s Richard III at Kitchen Dog, rolling up and around a set built with ramps. “It was a great fit,” Moreno said at the time. “The chair symbolized Richard’s interior insecurities.” Moreno staged play...

Beloved local actor, director, educator René Moreno dead at 57 - Dallas News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Moreno grew up in Dallas and attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and Southern Methodist University, where he earned a B.F.A. in theater and dance. He moved to New York, where he played Romeo in Joseph Papp's Shakespeare on Broadway, directed by Estelle Parsons.  He performed in the Broadway company of Amadeus, directed by Peter Hall, playing the title role several times. He worked off-Broadway in several shows at the Public Theater and at many regional theaters across the country, including Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre and Houston's Alley Theatre. Moreno returned to Dallas after the accident that cost him the use of his legs. He continued to act, performing at Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three and Wingspan Theatre Company while taking on film roles. He enrolled in SMU's Meadows School of the Arts Graduate Studies program and earned an M.F.A. in directing in 2001. He was frequently honored...

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Overstreet, Marilyn Ellis (Dunlap) - The Chattanoogan

Monday, June 19, 2017

Nashville National Cemetery, where she will be interred with her husband. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Heart Association, 7272 Greenville Avenue, Dallas, TX 75231.

Dallas theaters lose a directing titan with René Moreno's sudden passing - CultureMap Dallas

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

He moved to rehab over the weekend and had heart trouble, then kidney and liver failure." Director of close to 100 plays (maybe more, as Moreno often said he didn’t keep count) in Dallas-Fort Worth theaters, plus regional productions at Oklahoma City Repertory and elsewhere, Moreno was described by actors who worked with him as “exacting,” “demanding,” and “tough.” And they loved him for being all those things. Born and raised in East Dallas, a graduate of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and of SMU’s drama department, Moreno started his theater career as an actor. An accident in 1991 put him in a wheelchair and he said in an interview in 2012 that he spent a year in “deep grief” over the injury. A call from his fellow SMU grads at Kitchen Dog Theater offered him his first directing job and a new career path was forged. (He then returned to SMU for an MFA in directing.) In recent years, Moreno often was booked for directing gigs a year or more in advance. He also taught acting at KD Studio. Occasionally, Moreno took an acting role, if he thought the part suited “a Latino guy in a wheelchair,” as he described himself. In 2008, he played the title character in Shakespeare’s Richard III at Kitchen Dog, rolling up and around a set built with ramps. “It was a great fit,” Moreno said at the time. “The chair symbolized Richard’s interior insecurities.” Moreno staged play...

Beloved local actor, director, educator René Moreno dead at 57 - Dallas News

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Moreno grew up in Dallas and attended Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and Southern Methodist University, where he earned a B.F.A. in theater and dance. He moved to New York, where he played Romeo in Joseph Papp's Shakespeare on Broadway, directed by Estelle Parsons.  He performed in the Broadway company of Amadeus, directed by Peter Hall, playing the title role several times. He worked off-Broadway in several shows at the Public Theater and at many regional theaters across the country, including Washington D.C.'s Arena Stage, San Diego's Old Globe Theatre and Houston's Alley Theatre. Moreno returned to Dallas after the accident that cost him the use of his legs. He continued to act, performing at Dallas Theater Center, Shakespeare Dallas, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three and Wingspan Theatre Company while taking on film roles. He enrolled in SMU's Meadows School of the Arts Graduate Studies program and earned an M.F.A. in directing in 2001. He was frequently honored...