The Dallas Opera gives away money, a couple in Allen tried to steal money in an art-fraud scheme, a possible big hit art show is coming to Fort Worth and more — all in Tuesday’s roundup.
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One reason Lysistrata Jones failed in New York, Maxwell Anderson brings in a colleague to join him at the DMA, the Kimbell is compared to the Getty — and more in this morning’s roundup.
Today in the roundup: The Kimbell’s important acquisition, designing the Nasher’s Soundings series and awards for Texas writers.
Today in the roundup: Alec Baldwin’s generous gesture, talking Million Dollar Quartet and local bands heading south.
More than 115,000 people saw The Fashion World of Jean-Paul Gaultier at the Dallas Museum of Art. Which must mean corsets and ’80s punk fashions are popular here.
The Dallas Opera quickly blew past the original limit of 7500 free tickets for its live simulcast of The Magic Flute in Cowboys Stadium. Even better, their devious plan is working: Most people will be seeing the Dallas Opera for the first time. So … what’s the record attendance for such a sports venue operacast, anyway?
Today in the roundup: The fight over the Las Colinas entertainment complex, the history of Fort Worth metal and reviewing ‘Time in Kafka.’
A cause for celebration this weekend. Right. The bridge. Actually, we mean the big homecoming concert by the Relatives, a West Dallas acid-funk-gospel group that disbanded 30 years ago. The past two years, the reunited group has played France and Lincoln Center, performed on Austin City Limits. Now North Texans can catch up on what we’ve missed.
Today in the roundup: The future of the Arts Center of North Texas, local music bits and previewing Out of the Loop.
Today in the roundup: Arts Center of North Texas news, top young dancers hit Fort Worth and Shepard Fairey gets animated.