This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a man who helped make others famous while avoiding the spotlight himself.
Archive for January, 2012
“Cinemetrics is about measuring and visualizing movie data, in order to reveal the characteristics of films and to create a visual ‘fingerprint’ for them.” Watch and learn.
If you’re a gallery fan, Saturday is your day as a number of local spaces hold opening receptions showing off new work.
Badu plays the Granada this month — but she can be heard as the narrator on a BBC 4 series that captures the ferment of the late ’60s and ’70s when black poets and musicians came to grips with AM — life in America “after Malcolm.”
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re visiting The Power Station for the opening of Virginia Overton’s “Deluxe.”
With generally positive reviews. But no word on Dallas’ own Cedric Neal, alas.
Today in the roundup: Stage West thinks big with New Jerusalem, Fort Worth keeps Western Swing alive and SXSW announces first batch of films.
This week, we discuss the Margaret Thatcher biopic and speak with Dallas Theater Center assistant director Joel Ferrell about the play God of Carnage and its new film adaptation, Carnage.
Stand-up comic John Branyan found reading Shakespeare hard — the man’s working vocabulary was, reportedly, 54,000 words. So Branyan decided to translate a siimple fairy tale into Bardolese – thusly.
With its first decade under its belt, the Fort Worth Public Art Program has big plans for the future.