Guest blogger Bart Weiss says over the weekend, the creative side of television got a chance to poke fun at its corporate overlords.
Archive for November, 2010
What is Synesthesia? According to the dictionary, it’s “a sensation produced in one modality when a stimulus is applied to another modality, as when the hearing of a certain sound induces the visualization of a certain color.” That’s all very clinical and all, but this vibrant short film brings the medical condition to life.
Consider this your wake-up call: It’s the last week for the world premiere of ‘The Trinity River Plays’ at the Dallas Theater Center – by Oak Cliff-native Regina Taylor. And KERA’s Jerome Weeks finally reviews it. It’s the holidays. He had major family gift negotiations. But hey, look: All seats for the rest of the run are $20. Read the review to find out how to get them.
Today in the roundup: Dirk takes over for Kanye, a Martin Rayner update and a dream come true for Michael W. Smith.
SMU is bringing in James Ivory — of the renowned Merchant-Ivory movies (‘Heat and Dust,’ ‘A Room with a View’) — for a weekend series of screenings at the DMA, plus Q&A and a master class.
If you enjoyed the choreographed Thriller Halloween lights, take a look at what the Harrison Country Courthouse in Marshall, Texas, is up to for the holidays.
Today in the roundup: The intersection of gospel and blues, the end of Dallas Hub Theater and a chat with Vernon Fisher.
Howdy, cold and windy, best to stay inside where it’s toasty and check out some groovy tunes. this is where you can leave your polite comments and music suggestions.
Dallas Symphony conductor Jaap van Zweden will receive the Radio 4 Prize in the Netherlands today — the ceremony will be broadcast on the public-service radio network.
Martin Rayner, the British actor who was a mainstay of the Adrian Hall-Ken Bryant acting ensemble at the Dallas Theater Center in the ’80s and ’90s, collapsed during a Saturday afternoon performance off-Broadway.