Today in the roundup: Highlights from Anna Bolena, Pinter’s problematic plays and food trucks invade the Arts District.
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Today in the roundup: Motivation for writers, a look at Dallas Opera’s Don Giovanni and an update on the Kimbell expansion.
Where once there were nearly 400, there are now fewer than 20 drive-in movie theaters in Texas. And Granbury’s Brazos Drive-In is up for sale. But this particular story isn’t the familiar one about a fading entertainment-business format dying off in hard times.
Pecha Kucha wraps, Fort Worth artist Christopher Blay at Conduit, a playground in Rowlett, and video from Hadar Sobol.
A double appointment, a sudden stage illness and everyone’s getting sized up this morning: the Wyly, the Winspear, the Strauss, plus Dallas’ real estate economy. What’s that got to do with North Texas arts? Find out inside.
This week, guest blogger Tina Aguilar speaks with the organizers of Architecture for Humanity – Dallas/Fort Worth Chapter. Stephen Lohr and Ryan Behring co-founded the group. They and fellow design ambassadors Jared White and Ashley Brightwell talk about design philosophy, their local design efforts and how creative minds make a difference.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson looks back at the impact the late Dallas mayor had on the city’s cultural landscape.
Today in the roundup: Annette Strauss Square opens, good deals in the Arts District and local music bits.
One of the trickier mandates for the AT&T Performing Arts Center was preserving Annette Strauss Square. The open-air amphitheater already existed and had to be moved for the Winspear. Today, officials will dedicate the 2,400-lawn seating venue — which has been carefully slotted between the Winspear and the Meyerson.
The best day the AT&T Performing Arts Center has had was its first day — when it held an open house and 45,000 people showed up for tours and freebies. Now the Dallas Arts District organization is aiming to replicate some of that excitement — for a whole month.