Last year, veteran choreographer Bruce Wood established his Dance Project, his one-step-at-a-time effort to see if Dallas would support a for-real, top-flight, contemporary dance outfit. That first Bruce Wood Dance Project went very well, indeed. So now it’s time for Step 2.
Archive: 'Arts Funding or Budgets'
The annual fundraiser raises money to give back to more than 40 performing arts groups.
Today in the roundup: An inspiring local music story, reviewing Jubilee Theatre’s latest and behind the scenes at a museum installation.
He served with three artistic directors at the Dallas Theater Center: Adrian Hall, Ken Bryant and Richard Hamburger. And for one year, he more or less ran the theater.
We knew Cedric Neal had gone to Broadway, and Abby Siegworth had only a 2-year appointment. But Matthew Gray leaving??! Well, there are two new appointments to offset that sting.
Today in the roundup: The Dallas Opera climbs Everest, Drafthouses will invade North Texas and an update on the Las Colinas entertainment complex.
Architecture critic Paul Goldberger on the Nasher’s slow-roasting by Museum Tower: “The Nasher was there first, it didn’t create the problem, and it is suffering from it.” Why, in heaven’s name, he asks, should it be asked to help remedy the problem?
Today in the roundup: Jubilee’s 2012-13 season, a lack of rock rooms in Fort Worth and for-profit lessons for the non-profit world.
That’s ‘public improvement district.’ And in this case, if it happens, that ‘district’ includes ‘cultural tourism.’