We already knew TITAS would present the world premiere of the great Twyla Tharp’s 50th anniversary tour, but the full schedule has troupes from Canada, France, the UK and Taiwan — most of them making their debuts here.
Spend the day making everything from pinball machines to wearable art at the Fort Worth Museum of History and Science.
Mark Morris brings his dance genius to the music of George Frideric Handel and the poetry of John Milton in L’Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato tonight at 8 pm on PBS.
It’s not like you have to defy gravity to get here, but Diavolo’s director Jacque Heim loves Texas, so maybe that’s why his dancers will be head-over-heels — and spending a lot of time in the air at the City Performance Hall
Plenty of places in Dallas/Fort Worth to “go see some art.”
March 30 - April 5On KERA Radio This Week
- Monday, 1 p.m.: Think - When Maz Jobrani gets cast in a movie or television show, it’s usually as a bad guy. Specifically, a Middle Eastern bad guy. It’s enough to make the Iranian actor wonder if he was actually a terrorist and just didn’t know it. This hour, Jobrani talks about his journey through Hollywood typecasting, which he writes about in, I'm Not a Terrorist, But I've Played One On TV: Memoirs of a Middle Eastern Funny Man.
- Thursday, 1 p.m.: Think -With Wilde/Earnest, Kitchen Dog Theater has updated Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest to the 21st Century. This hour, director Lee Trull, composer Jencey Keeton and scenic designer Rob Wilson talk about how the show explores today’s hipster culture. Wilde/Earnest runs through April 18.
- Saturday, 5 p.m.: A Prairie Home Companion
- Saturday, 10 p.m.: The Moth Radio Hour
- Sunday, 6 p.m.: Studio 360
- Friday, 8 p.m.: Live From Lincoln Center - Billy Porter in Concert
- Friday, 9 p.m.: Great Performances: Annie Lennox in Concert
- Sunday, 5 p.m.: Sister Wendy's Grand Tour