Pinter, Shepard and Len Jenkins — the author of the Undermain’s celelbrated Port Twilight — are on offer this season. Plus, a lower ticket price.
Whether you like to watch dance or do the dancing yourself, this is your weekend.
It’s called the Smith Center, another multi-million-dollar, “world-class” performing arts complex, and the architect behind it is David M. Schwarz, whose retro red-brick-and-columns work should be very familiar to North Texans. In fact, the Smith Center seems to echo a particular Forth Worth complex.
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The Amon Carter has a major photo collection, so to celebrate its 50th anniversary, the museum wants people to submit photos of people enjoying the museum. Photos will be posted on the museum’s Facebook page and the grand prize is $100.
It’s KERA TV’s 50th anniversary! Yep, we’re excited – even used an exclamation point there. And what better way to get some sense of this great station’s possibly life-changing, certainly life-enhancing effect than hearing from viewers? It’s KERA’s Rewind Video Contest. Win instant fame. Or at least three minutes of air time.
Summer theater in Fort Worth! What could be finer? How about free tickets?
It’s not the moving audience sections – the ones that twirl around slowly onstage – that give the Dallas Theater Center-Dallas Black Dance production of ‘The Wiz’ its sense of fun. It’s a whip-cracking witch, a couple of showgirl Poppies and some butt-bopping crows.
Guest blogger Sarah Crisman offers her thoughts on The Dallas Theater Center/Dallas Black Dance Theater collaboration The Whiz.
Today in the roundup: Dolly talks musical theater, the clamor for the DTC’s movable seats and the overused superlative.