The current production of To Kill a Mockingbird at Casa Manana is the first collaboration between the Fort Worth company and the Dallas Theater Center — in 53 years. How’s that for a novel with a message of tolerance? But there are other forms Mockingbird will be appearing here.
They’re called ‘son et lumiere’ in French – sound and light shows – and Aurora is moving its video projections and sound installations to the Arts District this year as a free night event, part of the Art in October festivities.
Sujatha Fernandes has a rare background: Indian-Portuguese from Australia, a sociology professor — and an emcee. She’s delved into global hip-hop from Caracas to Cuba to Chicago to find out why youth all over the world turned to the beat.
A 1931 portrait of Texas folklorist J. Frank Dobie took a hit from an off-balance child on the opening day of the exhibition, ‘Alexander Hogue – An American Visionary.’
Two winners each receive a pair of tickets to this great party with food tastings, mini-spa experiences and more.
Enter for a chance to win tickets to see Blind Pilot and celebrate the Granada’s 7th birthday.
Dull Dallas art? Fun with Fluxus! A parade with a giant balloon cone bra — coming soon? And now, with extra Fort Worth! All in the Tuesday Roundup.
The Dallas choreographer talks about how she found her style, which she’ll teach you on Tuesday night’s at the South Dallas Cultural Center.
Unlike most writers, Victorian novelist George Eliot actually led a fairly dramatic life – writing as a man and living with a married one. But that life hasn’t been staged until A Most Dangerous Woman. Now, if only it could be a better drama.
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou walks you through some of your many weekend options.