Last year, veteran choreographer Bruce Wood established his Dance Project, his one-step-at-a-time effort to see if Dallas would support a for-real, top-flight, contemporary dance outfit. That first Bruce Wood Dance Project went very well, indeed. So now it’s time for Step 2.
Archive for May, 2012
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll learn about a record label that was a real feather in the cap of the Texas recording industry.
A robot guitarist. Wouldn’t you know it? It’s a Russian technology.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re hitting the festivals!
Here’s your chance to get an early look at a film that broke box office records in Europe.
The annual fundraiser raises money to give back to more than 40 performing arts groups.
Today in the roundup: Fort Worth Opera’s country singers, Texas Ballet Theater’s 2012-13 season and the best local high school theater shows.
God of Carnage has become a worldwide hit (and a Polanski film). So maybe it’s not a surprise it isn’t particularly profound: People can shed their manners and turn into animals — really? Doesn’t matter. It’s still funny.
Find out why we were pleasantly surprised by the third edition of the Will Smith-Tommy Lee Jones franchise.
They’re also presenting the ‘best mariachi’ on Earth, a musical performance paired with NASA footage of the Earth and the earthy Brazilian dance group Grupo Corpo (see what we did there?)