Project X is Shakespeare Dallas director Raphael Parry’s younger, edgier side project. The nonprofit, formed in 2001, partners with other arts groups and community organizations, such as Big Thought, and focuses on the development of new work. While there’s no regular schedule or season, Project X recently pulled off a critically-acclaimed production of playwright Erik Ehn’s Diamond Dick: The Tulas Race Riots of 1921. Parry’s connection with the playwright was forged during his early days at Undermain Theatre, and Project X was one of 17 different theaters across the country to participate in Ehn’s ambitious cycle of plays that looked at the history of the United States through the lens of genocide. Usually, performances takes place at The Green Zone, a multi-purpose arts and black box theater space in the Trinity River District.