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Be Like An Artist
Aurora, the massive multimedia art exhibit that blew Dallas minds in 2013, would like you to contribute to its next iteration, returning to downtown Dallas on October 16. An immersive ...
Dance Dance Dance
This Labor Day weekend — September 4 through 6 — the Dance Council of North Texas in partnership with the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs kicks off the fall dance ...
Dallas Theater Wins
Dallas' theater crowd got to be first for a change, with the world premiere of Tomorrow Come Today, a trippy sci-fi play written by Gordon Dahlquist, which Undermain Theatre in ...
Theater For Play
Avant-garde theater company PrismCo has been steadily gaining momentum since its founding by Jeffrey Colangelo and Katy Tye in 2012. In previous years, the company has created works that playfully ...
Your Show of Shows
September is when the art world kicks into high gear, but we’re getting a little taste of what’s to come a few weeks early, with work from CalArts-trained ...
Actor Spotlight
Though she initially thought she’d take the directing route, Marianne Galloway has emerged as one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s most formidable actors. The multitalented performer (she’s versed in ...
Meet The Simpsons
In Anne Washburn's 2012 marvel Mr. Burns: A Post-electric Play, the world ends not with a bang, but with a whisper: "I'm going to kill you, Bart Simpson ...
Premier Playgoing
What do you do when a local actress displays a tremendous ability to portray Judy Garland? Bring her back, of course. Janelle Lutz, who uncannily belted and warbled her way ...
Arts District Makeover
The Dallas Arts District is giving itself a makeover, and it is searching for an urban planning firm to help with the design. This would replace the Sasaki Plan, which ...
Theater Review
When traveling into the memories of another person, it's expected you'd encounter some patchy spots. Why, for example, is there an anachronistic daybed in the middle of this ...
Theater News
Fort Worth's Stage West has announced its 2015-16 season, an intriguing lineup of provocative regional premieres (five of the six main stage plays, to be exact) and a couple ...
Hey Big Spender
Though 1966's Sweet Charity contains dated ideas about women and more than a few musty conceits, sometimes the sheer energy of its brassy musical numbers can lift it above ...
Play On
July was a bit of a whirlwind, so the respite that August offers is much appreciated. That said, the plays and musicals that are opening in Dallas and Fort Worth ...
Heard It Through the Grapevine
The title of Motown the Musical is a lie, but audiences will probably have such fun being deceived they won’t much care. Motown the Fantastic Tribute Concert would be ...
Theater Review
Uptown Players' production of Catch Me If You Can might be live and in living color, but it feels as two-dimensional as a TV screen. The well-made film starring Leonardo ...
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