There’s no business like show business; just ask the hundreds of high school theater students who packed the Music Hall at Fair Park Tuesday night. treatment.
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Iron Man 3 looks to be another billion-selling, comic-book film. So we thought we’d roll out the PBS superheroes to save the network from cutbacks (again). Carl Sagan! Bill Nye! Bob Ross! Our own thoughtful, superhero action blockbuster! Yeah, that’ll work.
Listen to Dance with this Big Deal.
April is Dallas Jazz Appreciation Month. In addition to playing concerts around town, the jazz community is honoring people who’ve had a hand in making the scene what it is today. Today, we profile the man who’s receiving this year’s Jazz Educator Award.
Today in the roundup: Jake Heggie debuts a new work, meeting the Cliburn competitors and Shirley Jones on her first audition.
Emilia Bassano was the daughter of Italian Jews in Elizabethan London and an outspoken defender of women in print. But was she Shakespeare’s lover? A UNT professor wrote a play about her — and found that Emilia has kinfolk hereabouts.
Today in the roundup: ‘The Rite of Spring’ returns, local music bits and composer Dominick Argento on the ghost who helped him write.
Five Dallas arts leaders joined Mayor Rawlings onstage to talk about getting more artists here and keeping the ones we already have. The conversation, Rawlings admitted, was just a start.
Planning on catching a movie this weekend at the Dallas International Film Festival? Might I recommend:
In April, Dallas residents are invited to put down their smartphones, turn off their televisions and return to a form of entertainment that predates those gadgets – reading.