Today in the roundup: DCT’s investigative reporters in action, the local report from the National High School Musical Theater Awards and Josh Hamilton’s story comes to the big screen.
Archive for June, 2012
This week, we see how Honest Abe fares against the undead and speak to Lynn Shelton about her excellent new film.
On Wednesday we rounded up the rave reviews for Lyric Stage’s Oklahoma! And now the company has posted a snippet of the show to illustrate what the fuss is all about.
Today in the roundup: The best of 817 music, 30 years of ballet in Fort Worth and the art market’s authenticity problem.
Last year saw the welcome return of Bruce Wood to choreographing and running a dance troupe. This year, his Dance Project’s second season has three premieres — including a rather personal one about brothers, fathers and sons.
The Dallas budget contains A First for the City — which may well lead to a first for the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Light the fireworks. But then there’s that 15 percent cut.
Congratulations to Elena Bertolo, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
WARNING: You may learn something about physics by watching this video.
Seventy five years ago this week, guitarist Robert Johnson came to Dallas to record songs that would become landmarks in the history of popular music. To mark the occasion, fans of Johnson gathered on Tuesday to celebrate his influence and play some of his music.
It’s just too good to be true….tickets to see the story of Franki Valli and the Four Seasons on stage.