North Texas author Merritt Tierce has been waiting tables at a steakhouse — the source for her stories in the collection she’s been working on, Love Me Back. The waitress stories have paid off to the tune of $25,000.
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New grants and loans to help arts stimulate economic recovery; a new director debuts with DSO Chorus, an opportunity to give, and one to get. Plus a look at Dallas City Design Studio.
In Sarah Ruhl’s comedy, In the Next Room or the vibrator play, the Victorians are amusingly clueless when it comes to treating “hysteria” with a new invention. But Ruhl is after more than chuckles. The results, in Kitchen Dog’s area premiere, are … relatively pleasant.
The European Union just changed its music copyright, making it more like America’s: It’s the life of the artist, plus 70 years. You may support copyright for all the right reasons, but according to one study, the extensions benefit corporations far more than any individual artist. Let C. G. P. Grey explain — in this lively, clever video.
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A little flashback to peace, love and protest – Five winners attend opening night of this Broadway musical at the Winspear Opera House.
It’s being called a first: A British theater chain will start projecting pre-show ads for Gordon’s Gin. There’s a problem with adapting this idea for North Texas, though …
Austin-based Leatherbag and frontman Randy Reynolds releases music when and while it matters, says music critic David Okamoto
The middle of the week Roundup features the DFW Theatre Critics Forum Awards, a new dance blogger, Dallas Opera hitting the phone lines and more on microphilanthropy!