Dallas native Regina Taylor has directed one of her plays at the Dallas Theater Center before this, but ‘The Trinity River Plays’ will be her first premiere there as a playwright — in a co-production with Chicago’s Goodman Theatre. We talk to Taylor about attending SMU, the growth of her play, its title and its food content.
Archive: 'Art&Seek on Think TV'
Karen Blessen, co-founder of Today Marks the Beginning, is Jerome Weeks’ guest on the Art&Seek segment of Think.
We talk to Heather MacDonald, co-curator of ‘The Mourners: Medieval Tomb Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy,’ a mouthful of a title that doesn’t convey how intimate, personal and gorgeous this once-in-a-lifetime touring exhibition is.
In the Art&Seek segment of Think TV, we talk with archaeologist Michelle Rich, who led the team that discovered Mayan funerary treasures featured prominently in the Kimbell Art Museum exhibition “Fiery Pool: The Maya and the Mythic Sea.”
As predicted, the Nasher Sculpture Center’s exhibition, ‘Revelation: The Art of James Magee’ — and, in particular, Magee’s monumental creation, The Hill, outside of El Paso — has been getting some attention. A quick round-up.
The Oak Cliff Foundation, which owns the Texas Theatre, had just about pulled the plug on the venerable-but-unlucky movie palace. The money was running out; the foundation was only weeks away from closing it. Then Aviation Cinemas entered the picture. We talk to Jason Reimer, Aviation’s creative director, about their plans for the Oak Cliff landmark.
The Nasher Sculpture Center’s new exhibition, ‘Revelation,’ is the first museum show in 18 years for Texas artist James Magee. In addition to these works, Magee has been creating a complex of buildings and sculptures, his life’s work, 75 miles from El Paso. It’s one of the most ambitious achievements in contemporary art, and this may be his first TV interview.
Almost time to sliiide into the long weekend. But first: art-house movies, Erykah Badu, and a show you’ll really, really want to see at the Nasher.
Stomping and roaring across the plains. Nope, not us, but a whole warehouse full of animatronic dinosaurs right here in North Texas. Today, we take a visit to Billings Productions in McKinney, one of the country’s largest producers of the Big Guys.
On this episode of Think TV, Business Council for the Arts CEO Katherine Wager discusses the state of arts philanthropy in North Texas.