Coming out of the recession, a majority of arts leaders (who replied to the poll) are upbeat about things like future audience and revenues. Except dance leaders.
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The 2011 AIDS benefit, A Gathering, was probably the largest, single, cross-cultural collaboration ever staged locally. Now the creators want to do it again – at the Winspear, in October. They just have to create a new show. The second in our series of reports.
Tony Award-winning producer Jeffery Sellers (Rent, In the Heights) is making his directing debut with the Dallas Theater Center production of the new musical, Fly, a new version of Peter Pan. He talks with Krys Boyd on THINK about musicals, the help of friends and what it’s been like working in Dallas.
Circle Theatre packs in the laughs with Miracle on South Division Street. Also – last year was a good one for arts philanthropy.
Here are a few camp ideas for those kids who like things a little bit different.
Dallas theater pioneer Margo Jones envisioned a national network of resident theater companies. Last week, the resident theater movement came home to Dallas – and recognized her.
Former DTC artistic director Adrian Hall, Rep. Kay Granger of Fort Worth, Maxwell Anderson of the DMA – it was practically a parade of North Texans getting happy ovations from the assembled theater artists at the TCG national conference.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll celebrate an educator whose legacy continues to resonate across the state.
At the national theater conference’s opening day, with hundreds of artists wandering around the Arts District a Texas howdy, some performances, a party and an award.
The Tonys are this weekend, but a handful of highschoolers have already grabbed their big prizes in local competitions. And they’re dreaming of the big time.