Who needs to read the book when you can watch this illustrated version of the story?
Today in the roundup: Trouble in the Arts District, reviewing Emma in Fort Worth and local music bits.
A co-production of King Lear with Trinity Rep in Rhode Island, and, of course, A Christmas Carol — but other than those, everything will be brand-new to North Texan audiences, including several world premieres and a collaboration with The Second City in Chicago.
Today in the roundup: A Denton author’s series for kids, local music bits and an art collectors’ road trip.
A highfalutin’ honor for a local horror novelist.
The late David Dillon, longtime architecture critic of The Dallas Morning News, has been honored with the David Dillon Center for Texas Architecture at UT-Arlington. Its inaugural symposium will have New Yorker critic Paul Goldberger as the keynote speaker.
Head to Deep Ellum for Wordspace’s craft market and poetry slam!
It’s the last weekend to see the Undermain Theatre’s spooky-elegant-funny Time in Kafka. Critic Jerome Weeks grapples with what’s missing in this world premiere from Len Jenkins, the playwright who brought us the delightful Port Twilight.
A new chair, an old mural and a busload of books — quite the interesting roundup for this Friday morning.
Don’t miss the last episode of this season’s The Writers Studio, featuring author Louise Erdrich