New, recent and classic works are on tap for the 1996-97 season at Kitchen Dog Theatre in Dallas -- the theatre's sixth full season. * Porcelain -- Chay Yew's drama about a gay Chinese-English man driven to murder his lover won two 1993 London Fringe Awards, including Best Play. July 11-Aug. 4
* Hamlet -- Director Toni Dorfman's radical adaptation of William Shakespeare's classic. Sept. 26-Nov. 3
* True West KDT's co-founders Dan Day and Joe Nemmers play the two brothers in Sam Shepard's analysis of competing "Western" images of outlaw and moviemaker. Feb. 6-March 18
* Dog Show -- An "existential cabaret" created through ten months of improvisation by Kitchen Dog's 10-member ensemble. May 8-June 15.
Four-play subscriptions are available $45. For tickets for information, call (214) 871-ARTS.