Guest blogger Julissa Treviño shares some video of the actors and suggests you catch this play over the weekend.
‘This tiny town perched on the high plains of the Chihuahua desert is nothing less than an arts world station of the cross, like Art Basel in Miami, or Documenta in Germany. It’s a blue-chip arts destination for the sort of glamorous scenesters who visit Amsterdam for the Rijksmuseum and the drugs.’
The AT&T Performing Arts Center and Shakespeare Dallas will present ALL of the Bard — plays, sonnets, longer poems — but in a series of staged readings in Hamon Hall, not fully staged productions.
“What links world cities to one another is trade, commerce and finance. What makes them different from one another is culture.” So which cities have what kinds of cultural outlets?
Today in the roundup: DTC’s guest player, an updated on the Irving Entertainment Center and a world cultural study.
Enter for a chance to win tickets to see Brian Culbertson and David Sanborn on Aug. 9.
The awesome, fighting dinosaur fossils have gotten plenty of media attention at the soon-to-open Perot Museum. But the exhibition being installed now will be the museum’s biggest – it covers a whole acre.
Kids get out of school in the summer. Teachers go back to class. The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture has a classics program that – surprise, surprise – has gained a reputation for re-inspiring teachers. Even government teachers.
Just in time for the Olympics’ opening ceremony, hip-hop playwright and SMU artist-in-residence Will Power has set Caliban’s words to a different rhythm.
The Junior Players take to the stage this week with William Shakespeare’s Taming of the Shrew.