Dallas native Regina Taylor has directed one of her plays at the Dallas Theater Center before this, but ‘The Trinity River Plays’ will be her first premiere there as a playwright — in a co-production with Chicago’s Goodman Theatre. We talk to Taylor about attending SMU, the growth of her play, its title and its food content.
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Today in the roundup: A spooky treat in Oak Lawn, local music notes and a new concert hall at UNT.
Today in the roundup: Raves at the Undermain Theatre, polka for the flute and Vernon Fisher on going abstract.
Today in the roundup: Special musical guests at SMU, music bits and how to build an effective farce.
Applause filled the Dallas Museum of Art last week when Amanda Blake, manager of Family Experiences and Access Programs, announced the official beginning of “Meaningful Moments,” a series of art experiences designed for individuals with dementia. The program is the first of its kind in Dallas.
Today in the roundup: Ruta Lee speaks, the One O’Clock Lab Band plays and Ira Glass sings.
A handful of healthy sprouts to start the week: Theater Jones upgrades, the NYTimes catches up to some spindly sculptures, four celebrated UT-Austin grads get their undergrad work dug up and the News gives us a bumper crop of tasty items.
Karen Blessen, co-founder of Today Marks the Beginning, is Jerome Weeks’ guest on the Art&Seek segment of Think.
Jeff Whittington is preparing to interview Kevin Moriarty and Anne Pasternak for the State of the Arts series at the DMA this week. Here he shares a bit about what he learned at the last event – and what he might ask about on Thursday night.
TED is the name of an annual conference on innovation that began in 1984 in California and has since been taken up around the world. TED stands for ‘technology, entertainment and design’ while TEDxSMU stands for TED at SMU, the local version. This year, TEDxSMU has got Idea Week, five days of run-up talks, meetings, carrotmobs and speed ideatings. Don’t know what those are? Find out here.