The Winspear Opera House chandelier dimmed Friday night at 7 p.m. in honor of the late Jac Alder, co-founder of Theatre Three.
Music, history, art…it’s all at the Texas Heritage Festival at the Heard.
The celebration for the late Dallas theater great will be July 13th at the City Performance Hall
Texas Ballet Theatre’s tops last month’s daring program with a real challenge for the season closer: Crash, a brand-new work from British choreographer Jonathan Watkins.
Piero Golia’s luxury salon will undoubtedly be something of a contrast to the “Arte Povera” (“poor art) of Giuseppe Penone, who uses tree trunks and the human body as sculptural and conceptual materials.
Classical musicians get the chance to experiment, collaborate, and perform in a casual environment at Open Classical’s open mics.
Along with the premiere of a Dallasite’s Jack-the-Ripper-inspired musical, WaterTower Theatre will present the regional premiere of the London-to-Broadway hit, One Man Two Guvnors – the comedy that made James Corden a late-night host.
The Kitchen Doggers will be moving to the Design District’s Green Zone, while their traditional home at the MAC moves downtown and the Dogs find some new permanent digs. Oh, and they’ll be presenting some regional premieres for their 25th season.
The co-founder of Theatre 3, the company’s executive producing director who acted, designed and directed, the man who first brought the work of such playwrights as Harold Pinter and Edward Albee to North Texas, was 80.
For this week’s Art & Seek Spotlight, we’re headed to Shipping and Receiving Bar in Fort Worth for the Rockin’ Farmers Market. Rockin’ Our Community is a food movement dedicated to providing local, fresh food to families in North Texas, and this is not your average farmers market – along with the normal fare found at […]