Our three-part series of interviews with choreographers working on SMU’s Spring Dance Concert concludes with jazz dance master Danny Buraczeski and James Baldwin.
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It’s not like that’s a challenge or anything – taking on Dark Side of the Moon as re-conceived by intellectual playwright Tom Stoppard for a BBC radio play, and making it into a dance piece.
Its the largest gift in SMU’s history — joining the $1 billion the college is close to raising — and the largest grant from the Meadows Foundation.
This Big Deal is your front row to the world’s greatest art.
Twenty four teens have been chosen to compete in the first Cliburn International Junior Piano Competition.
The Women’s Choreography Project this weekend at the Eisemann Center answers the question: Where are all the female choreographers?
Yes, you can get your play read, even staged in North Texas. There are new play festivals galore in the area – helping local writers learn, get better, get noticed. But where do the plays – and the playwrights – go from there?
A rare conclave is coming here nearly 20 top-flight trumpeters from Cuban jazz great Arturo Sandoval to principal trumpets from the likes of the New York Philharmonic. They’ll be playing concerts and holding master classes, all because the DSO’s Ray Anthony played the trumpet — and learned he had cancer.
From a UNT production to free performances at Theatre Three, The Lady Revealed has been getting around.
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