A former SMU teacher and DSO player gets a big honor. Plus, critics check in on Fort Worth’s new drive in and WaterTower’s wedding play.
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The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s headquarters are just down the street from Booker T. Washington High School. That makes it easy for DSO musicians to mentor students. But earlier this year, one DSO member walked in a mentor and walked out a collaborator.
Get to Know the DSO with this Big Deal.
We have tickets for Art Conspiracy’s Mounted up for grabs!
A new Grey Matters gallery show plus a DMA retrospective makes us wonder: Why did <em>this</em> particular group of Dallas-area artists catch the national spotlight? Guest blogger and author Brendan McNally fills us in.
Cara Mia Theatre has embarked on its most ambitious project: a trilogy of plays called The Dreamers about Latino immigration into the U.S. And the company is researching and writing the plays themselves – including interviewing Dallas refugees who fled gang violence.
Local high schoolers collected the hardware Thursday night at the annual Betty Buckley Awards.
Memorial Day Weekend is one of the biggest movie weekends of the year. But this weekend’s biggest film – Epic – is based on a tale that’s actually smaller than life. Here’s the story of how a phone call between a couple of SMU alums launched a movie project a decade in the making.
Local arts advocacy group ArtLoveMagic holds its signature event, Underground, on Saturday. It’s a live art show, where visitors can watch artists at work. The event is part of the organization’s mission to help connect artists with the public.
Today in the roundup: Fort Worth’s new drive-in theater, kids take on Mamet in Plano and getting to know a Cliburn competitor.