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Avant Chamber Ballet Introduces First Annual Women’s Choreography Project

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The Women’s Choreography Project this weekend at the Eisemann Center answers the question: Where are all the female choreographers?

Local Writers Have Lots of New-Play Fests. But Do They Have A Shot At A MainStage Show?

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?

Cancer Brings A Trumpet Summit To Dallas This Week

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.

North Texas Playwright Andrew Harris Gets New York Reading

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From a UNT production to free performances at Theatre Three, The Lady Revealed has been getting around.

The Big Deal: ‘Exhibition on Screen: Rembrandt From the National Gallery London & Rijkmuseum Amsterdam’

See the world’s greatest art from your cozy cinema seat and popcorn in hand.

Double Down On The Arts Prizes: UNT And SMU Both Announce Awards

A poet, a director who stages Shakespeare productions with 200 people in them and a high-tech, hip-hop performance collective: And they’re all coming here.

Scrap Can Be Beautiful When Booker T Students Sculpt and Solder

Scrap can indeed be beautiful — if it is in the hands of Booker T Washington High School for the Performing & Visual Arts sculpture students.

Dallas Not Even A Top 20 ‘Arts Vibrant’ City, Says New SMU Study

The study measures an area’s cultural vitality through such factors as arts employment, government support and non–profit dollars. And Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and even Austin do not rank high.

The Big Screen: What ‘Whiplash’ Gets Wrong

To begin our Oscars series, John Murphy, chair of UNT’s jazz studies division, stops by to talk about Whiplash. Let’s just say he’s not a fan.

Clements Hospital Art : A Prescription for Precision

Guest blogger Gail Sachson finds the new hospital is full of healing art.

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