More assassins at the Sixth Floor? An El Greco (re)discovered in Texas? Hey, waddaya expect? It’s the Thursday Roundup.
Johnny Winter brings smoking blues guitar to The Granada – and two Big Deal winners will see the show.
The past two years, a dozen North Texas arts groups — including some of the biggest — have scrambled to hire a new managing director or CEO. Why have they become so hard to find? And why do the arts need them, anyway?
Today in the roundup: Assessing Norah Jones’ side project, local music bits plus the Crow Collection’s current show.
It’s all meant to hype Smash,, which looks to be the ‘adult Glee. Still, 20 schools across the country will get a pilot musical theater program out of it, including one in Dallas. Your school can apply for the expansion program for the fall.
She helped pioneer Deep Ellum music, adding some gypsy jazz to its country-rock twang, before going on to play for Cirque du Soleil. In the bargain, she and Cafe Noir became regulars at the Dallas Theater Center.
Abracadabra! The Brinker International Forum brings magician David Blaine for an evening of conversation at the Winspear Opera House. Five Big Deal winners can check it out.
More a legend than a band? Hardly. Check out the Flatlanders, courtesy of The Granada and The Big Deal.
Guitar great Bill Frisell hits the Kessler and you can be there. But only if you’re an Art&Seek e-newsletter subscriber.
You’re facing the End of Days – if you’ve put off seeing the Caravaggio, the Tony Cragg, John Marin or the Buddhist cave temples. And that’s just this weekend when it comes to January shows moving on.