Dallas artist and professor Stephen Lapthisophon talks to contributor Joan Davidow about his poignant, approachable work
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
Jonathan Lethem’s award-winning best-seller, The Fortress of Solitude premieres this week as a musical at the Dallas Theater Center. Lethem talks about how his novel of adolescent, pop-culture life in Brooklyn in the ’70s – complete with graffiti, funk, comic books and drugs – has been re-thought for the stage.
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Dance Council of North Texas is reviving a tradition over Labor Day weekend.
Charles Santos of TITAS tells guest blogger Danielle Gergiou what to expect from this weekend’s performances and audtion.
The big news isn’t just that the acclaimed Houston artist will be the Nasher’s first artist-in-residence. It’s that he’ll contine his ‘Trans.lation’ project, which had him developing workshops, markets and art galleries for Vickery Meadows.
The findings from last summer’s survey of Dallas-area artists are out – and they certainly support low-income housing for artists. But the leading non-profit that develops such projects says it can’t try one in Dallas – yet.
The big news for the following season – the tour of Matilda – was announced two weeks ago. But that’s not NEXT season and for that, you get a second chance to see Mormon.
The DSO may have turned a corner. After several seasons of caution and cutbacks, the orchestra just announced a season that increases the number of performances, launches a new festival, brings back an organ recital series – and actually gets into some more adventurous programming.
The eleven glowing, white-plastic robots practically steal the show in Death and the Powers, presented by the Dallas Opera. We go backstage to check ‘em out.