April Berry was hired last fall as only the second leader in DBDT’s history, replacing founder Ann Williams. Berry came in too late to shape last season, but this season was her first chance to show where she would take the company. Instead, she’s out.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
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Clubgoers rocked out Friday night in complete silence at Annette Strauss Square thanks to some local DJs and Silent Events.
The museum got international attention last year when it garnered a 15-year loan of the Keir Collection, one of the largest collections of Islamic masterworks in private hands. Now “Spirit and Matter” gives us a taste of the 1800 items in the trove.
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou sits in on a tech rehearsal as Twyla Tharp puts the finishing touches on her world premiere, presented by TITAS this weekend.
The hottest ticket around is not for a concert or play but to a sold-out lecture – and, oh yeah, we got tickets!
It might be a little early for sweaters, but milder temperatures are definitely here. Celebrate at one of these cool events.
The chamber opera about relatives searching New Orleans post-Katrina debuted in a workshop production in Dallas in April – it’s gone to the Big Easy and now it’s back at the City Performance Hall.
Can’t keep a good festival down. Taking the place of the old Dallas Morning News Dance Festival, Dallas DanceFest goes into its second year with some 20 acts performing.
It may have featured such Southern-fried cliches as wisecracking yokels in cornfields, but Hee Haw often featured top-grade country music — and became the second-longest running syndicated variety show in TV history. Now it’s been turned into Moonshine, the Broadway-bound musical at the Theater Center.