This week, we review the most anticipated movie of 2012 and – in honor of its epic size – have a side discussion about long movies.
Archive for July, 2012
All Good Things come to those who win the Big Deal.
Enjoy this new web series from Joss Whedon, in which a kid tells a story that magically comes to life.
Today in the roundup: Fact meets fiction at the DMA, plus local music bits.
The legendary dancer, choreographer and educator previews his appearance this weekend at Contemporary Dance/Fort Worth’s Modern Dance Festival at The Modern.
Art&Seek calendar producer Shelley Kenneavy’s pronunciation of “Turandot” on air Monday prompted some questions and general disagreement. Here’s what she found out after consulting the experts.
We were just saying the other day how musical comedies seem to sell well in Dallas during the summer. Theatre 3 extended Avenue Q, and now it’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the DTC
Congratulations to Matt Harvey of Addison, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
Dallas Contemporary brings graffiti artist Arturo Donjuan to lead a week-long workshop for young artists. Students explore different aspects of the vibrant street art scene.
There’s been talk of a sequel to the Pixar hit, Monsters, Inc., following next year’s 3-D re-release. Actually, it’s a prequel called Monsters University. So: Time for a sweet musical re-mix of the original.