The DTC’s Colossal scores big as a stunning recreation of football scrimmages, of sweaty male bodies in violent and loving contact — and the painful consequences. But push past that full-contact impact, and Andrew Hinderaker’s play has got a weak defense.
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Thirty years on, David Parsons is still putting together touring dance programs that are challenging, life-enriching, crowd-pleasing. We ask him where he keeps the magic wand.
As the DSO’s 25th anniversary season celebrating the Meyerson Symphony Center starts to end, we close out our project, Secrets of the Meyerson, by sitting down with the man who led the 10-year-long effort to create the finest concert hall of the past century.
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Nine Dallas-area galleries exhibited work at the recent Dallas Art Fair – and some of it enchanted.
The 1791 painting by Jean Antoine Theodore Giroust features the daughter of the Duke of Orleans, who ended up on the guillotine. It was bought at Christie’s auction house for just under $1.5 million.
Three Dallas Arts District museums joined arts groups from Times Square to LA in recreating a performance art work – in solidarity with arrested Cuban artist Tania Bruguera.
Re-inventing the Texas Ballet Theater with a mix of classical, contemporary, the influence of Jane Seymour (yes, that Jane Seymour) and a commissioned world premiere.
Show some love for arts in Dallas by picking an event to attend in the next week. There are hundreds to choose from.
Check out all the opportunities to celebrate Dallas Jazz Appreciation Month with Art&Seek’s D’JAM calendar.