Today in the roundup: Weighing in on Museum Tower vs. Nasher, Cathy Ribgy on Peter Pan and the return of the Toadies.
Archive for July, 2012
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… ‘dreamy’ being a term not typically associated with the Herman Melville novel. But then, a thin-yet-lovely, one-hour-long, mimed-puppet stage version of the novel is not exactly typical, either.
The first of three big weekends of dance kicks off tonight in Fort Worth. Guest blogger Julissa Treviño fills us in.
Here’s your chance to get an advance look at the latest from acclaimed director Sarah Polley.
Commentator Joan Davidow says these four galleries offer inspiring examples of how deep and adventurous projects can be produced on a shoestring.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a performer who was a real force of nature.
In the Saturday Spotlight, it’s a double dose of Hairspray!
How this is used to defeat the enemy is anyone’s best guess. But that doesn’t make it any less cool.
Mark Doty is a new author on tour – but it’s a walking tour of downtown. The author of Lost Dallas, Doty talks about what Dallas has lost in the way of our cityscape and what is still here.