Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Priscilla, Queen of the Desert,’ the future of central libraries and the Oak Cliff Five reunites.
JFK will be memorialized in all kinds of artworks and exhibitions this year in Dallas – but some seem to have been overlooked. Jake Heggie lands a big fish and we also lasso some theater bits for you — all in today’s roundup.
David Sedaris comes to town tonight for Arts & Letters Live. And as luck would have it, today’s also the day his new book, Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls, hits bookshelves. Here’s a short animated teaser.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Fort Worth Opera’s ‘Glory Denied,’ assessing the George W. Bush Presidential Center and a local critic goes national.
Emilia Bassano was the daughter of Italian Jews in Elizabethan London and an outspoken defender of women in print. But was she Shakespeare’s lover? A UNT professor wrote a play about her — and found that Emilia has kinfolk hereabouts.
Today in the roundup: Val Kilmer talks ‘Citizen Twain,’ previewing the Fort Worth Opera Fest and the USA Film Fest schedule is released.
It’s Downtown Artsy, the video spoof created by the Dallas Museum of Art for its Arts Ball. DMA director Maxwell Anderson plays Lord Grantham – in this case, a traitor to his class for letting all the Cockney servants attend the museum for free.
Stumped for fun, free, activities for the kids? Give the library a try!
Our very own favorite funky-wonderful gallery gets featured in a national mag.
In April, Dallas residents are invited to put down their smartphones, turn off their televisions and return to a form of entertainment that predates those gadgets – reading.