Today in the roundup: Dallas’ next publishing star, opera near and far and a behind-the-scenes look at War Horse.
This week, we review The Words, starring Bradley Cooper and Jeremy Irons. And we preview five films we’re looking forward to this fall.
Join Art&Seek and PK Dallas for a great night that just got even better with additional new speakers: author Matt Bondurant, artist Bernardo Diaz, Dallas Black Dance Theatre founder Ann Williams – and middle school mariachi!
Art&Seek’s Stephen Becker and Dallas Morning News movie critic Chris Vognar review David Cronenberg’s new film starring Robert Pattinson and talk about Lawless with the man who wrote the book.
You want to showcase your town as a major hub for innovation? Get a couple of designer-artists and have them build giant animatronic wonders. It’s what the French did, inspired by Jules Verne, Leonardo da Vinci – and Walt Disney.
This stage adaptation of Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days strips out all the exotic locations and peoples, leaving it up to only five actors to whip up all that stuff on the spot. At Stage West, ironically enough, there’s too much stuff here and not enough ingenuity.
It’s only Monday roundup but we already have Bollywood, some Tuna being retired, a lawless UTD professor and a theatrical anniversary of camping out in Manhattan.
It’s for ‘the Macbeth Project,’ which sounds ominous enough but is actually a two-part program involving underserved DISD students that ends with them attending a live performance of Macbeth.
… and the time he came to Brookhaven College to perform his one-man Thurber show. Recalled by former Brookhaven student, Pat Dwyer.
The new jazz reference work by North Texas writer/historian/musician Ted Gioia has been getting some very nice ink.