Austin | Dallas | Houston

News Archive RSS
Arts

Best of Broadway
Since the Winspear Opera House opened in 2009, the AT&T Performing Arts Center has brought in some big Broadway shows. It has not strayed from that formula for the ...
Class Act
The forthcoming 2015-2016 Dallas Symphony Orchestra season, which officially starts on September 4, will build on the success of the orchestra's previous work, featuring a wide range of classical ...
Actor Spotlight
Dallas actor Ivan Jasso has a history of playing non-humans: a Chihuahua, a man-eating plant, an ancient Aztec god and, now, the moon. But these are just a testament to ...
Local Arts Support
A new program from the Nasher Sculpture Center shows the internationally renowned institution also is invested in its community of local talent. The Nasher intends to subsidize, to a small ...
Woman Power
The field of opera conducting, like many others, has traditionally been dominated by men, but the Dallas Opera is looking to break out of that mold with the creation of ...
Your Show of Shows
We’re enamored by February’s gallery shows, which have the Dallas art community feeling the love all around. There’s an art-world tribute to two local talents, classic images ...
Dance Moves
A performing arts milestone event that has been years in the making will finally hit a Dallas stage this fall. Legendary choreographer Twyla Tharp is celebrating her 50th anniversary in ...
No Shades of Grey Here
Whether you love, hate or feel ambivalent about Valentine’s Day, there’s no avoiding February’s in-your-face-romance. And because we’re in the camp of people who find reading ...
2015 Out of the Loop Lineup
Addison’s WaterTower Theatre has released the lineup for this year’s Out of the Loop Fringe Festival, happening March 5-15. It includes a mix of world premieres, “Best of ...
DTC's New Season
For its 2015-2016 season, Dallas Theater Center is going both big and small, as its upcoming slate includes three world premieres, new versions of classic pieces and productions that use ...
Redefining Philanthropy
Spring is upon us, so it is merely a moment before your social calendar is packed to the gills with essential events. Before you fill your diary, please pencil in ...
Theater Review
In the last couple of years, two stellar films, 12 Years a Slave and Selma, have powerfully captured the struggles of African-Americans at various points in U.S. history. Now ...
Art Is Money
The Texas Cultural Trust has released its 2015 State of the Arts report, which shows the impact that the arts have on the state. In addition to economic contributions (i ...
Actor Spotlight
If you’ve been paying attention to DFW theater over the past few years, a certain redhead might look familiar. Daron Cockerell has popped up everywhere from WaterTower Theatre in ...
Contemporary Art Scene
What: Artist reception for Lauren Woods Where: Zhulong Gallery The 411: A hub for contemporary new media works, Zhulong Gallery welcomed enthusiasts and fellow artists to an intimate reception for ...
Get Our Emails

Daily Digest

The Dining Report

Promo Alerts

We will not share or sell your email address