Three Dallas groups are getting some large amounts of change — up to $40,000 — to develop and premiere new works, including the first music group to win such a grant.
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Second Thought Theatre scores onstage and off. Plus, words with NPR's newest star.
Circle Theatre packs in the laughs with Miracle on South Division Street. Also – last year was a good one for arts philanthropy.
The art duo Chuck & George have playfully grotesque works in three concurrent shows — including an installation at Conduit Gallery that’s their most ambitious, ingenious work, a little house of mirrors, all of them filled with Chuck & George
Former DTC artistic director Adrian Hall, Rep. Kay Granger of Fort Worth, Maxwell Anderson of the DMA – it was practically a parade of North Texans getting happy ovations from the assembled theater artists at the TCG national conference.
At the national theater conference’s opening day, with hundreds of artists wandering around the Arts District a Texas howdy, some performances, a party and an award.
The DMA’s innovative step into audience data-gathering — through free memberships — has gotten a chunk of change from the Meadows Foundation.
‘Made in Oak Cliff’ is a five-man show about the funky, seminal ’70s North Texas arts scene – and it was prompted by a larger DMA retrospective.
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.