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In Memoriam
The Dallas-Fort Worth theater community lost a legend on May 22, when Jac Alder passed away from respiratory failure at age 80. Alder was the co-founder, executive director and producer ...
Actor Spotlight
In Amy Herzog’s Belleville, Abby and Zack are young married Americans living in a funky Paris neighborhood. He’s a doctor without borders; she teaches yoga. In typical dramatic ...
Theater News
Theatre Three's 54th season has a theme: yay USA! From 1950s Midwesterners chasing romance to a dysfunctional Houston oil family to the infamous Scopes Monkey Trial, the lineup highlights ...
Your Show of Shows
A Brit import’s digital revolution, 20 years of photography worth celebrating and candy-colored images from two young talents are all on the roster for the merry month of May ...
Soluna Festival Insider's Guide
Named after the Spanish combination of “sol” and “luna” (sun and moon), the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s inaugural Soluna Festival is a unique and ambitious undertaking, blending disparate visual art ...
Musical Magic
With all the ways in which musicals have evolved over the years, it’s almost refreshing to see an old-fashioned song-and-dance production. And Newsies (playing through May 10 at Winspear ...
Nasher Grant Winners
Back in January 2015, Nasher Sculpture Center announced plans to award semi-annual microgrants, ranging from $250-$1,000, to local artists. The museum recently revealed the first round of recipients ...
What to Read Now
Editor’s note: For this month’s What to Read, our cohorts in the Capital City spoke to some of the authors visiting Austin for the New Fiction Confab, which ...
Inherent Vice
Dallas often feels like a city on the cusp of something big — and one key reason for this is the energy of residents like Arthur Peña. The artist and ...
Pride and Joy
Blues musicians and brothers Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughan have long made Dallas proud with their accomplishments, and the City of Dallas is set to honor them with a public ...
Summer Colors
Desmond Blair is an artist and a problem solver. Being born without hands has not stopped this talented young man from pursuing his painting with passion and ferocity. As a ...
Football Drama
The different nature of Dallas Theater Center’s latest production, Colossal (running through May 3), starts the moment you step into the Wyly Theatre. The main space, Potter Rose Performance ...
Participatory Art
The three Dallas Arts District museums are making the lunch hour count on Monday, April 13. The Crow Collection of Asian Art, Dallas Museum of Art and Nasher Sculpture Center ...
Re:Definition of an Artist
On April 10, at Goss Michael Foundation’s MTV RE:DEFINE, Michael Craig-Martin will bask in a lifetime’s worth of accolades. Not just from a room full of art ...
Dallas Theater Coup
The Fortress of Solitude, Dallas Theater Center's co-production with New York's Public Theater, was just nominated for four Lucille Lortel Awards — best described as the Tonys for Off-Broadway ...
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