— Presented in Association with Talent Spectrum
In an intimate evening, TWO ICONS OF THE TV PHENOMENON SHOW "DALLAS," Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy, share backstage stories and secrets about their time on the show, as well as the answers to questions you’ve always wanted to ask. Audiences hear the “real” story behind the champagne, greed, and plot twists that made the Ewings one of the most famous families in pop culture.
ABOUT LINDA GRAY
An American film, stage, and television actress, director, producer, and former model, Linda Gray is best known for her role as Sue Ellen Ewing, the vodka-swirling, long-suffering wife of Larry Hagman's character J.R. Ewing on the CBS television drama series Dallas (1978–1989, 1991, 2012–2014), for which she was nominated for the 1981 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. The role also earned her two Golden Globe Awards.
ABOUT PATRICK DUFFY
An American actor and director, Patrick Duffy got his big break in the role of Bobby Ewing, J.R. Ewing's "nicer" brother. The show became a worldwide success. Throughout the 13-year run of Dallas, Duffy directed several episodes of the series. He is also well known for his role on the ABC sitcom Step by Step as Frank Lambert from 1991 to 1998 and for his role as Stephen Logan on the CBS daytime soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful (2006–2011, 2023-present).
ABOUT THE SERIES DALLAS
In 1978, the prime-time TV series Dallas revolutionized television. With its home base in Southfork Ranch in Texas, Dallas became one of the most iconic and beloved series of all time. Its cast members became international stars, and the show became a global phenomenon. For 13 somewhat years, the Ewings lived in excess while they used the boardroom, ballroom, and bedroom as overlapping war zones. Dallas is arguably the hottest pop culture entity of its days: about as many Americans tuned in to find out who shot J.R. as voted for President.