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DTC’s Helping Hand To Be Seen Off-Broadway Next Several Months

Fly By Night and Fortress of Solitude have opening dates in New York.

The Big Deal: TITAS Presents The Mark Morris Dance Group

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See why this Big Deal is both a music concert and dance performance in one.

Artistic Director Jonathan Pell Will Step Down At Dallas Opera

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After 30 years there in various roles — and working on 97 operas — he’ll become an artistic advisor.

The Big Deal: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Coriolanus

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Enter to win tickets to see Shakespeare’s “Coriolanus.”

An Interview with Lumière: Childhood Fantasy Completed

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Be our guest, be our guest! Danielle Georgiou checks one off the bucket list when she chats with the actor portraying the singing candle from the beloved “Beauty and the Beast,” which opens tonight at the Winspear.

Foreigners Invade The Dallas Art Fair!

But … why?

The Big Deal: The World’s Largest Dinosaurs At The Perot Museum of Nature and Science

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Surprise your little family with this really Big Deal.

The Big Deal: Disney’s ‘Beauty And The Beast’ AT The AT&T Performing Arts Center

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Sign up for this Big Deal and be our guest! Be our guest!

DTC’s Next Season: Bigger, Newer, Older And Football-Related

The new season gets expanded from seven shows to nine – with a world-premiere musical (of course) but also a big, ambitious, unusual drama — about UT football.

Men in Tights: The Trocks Do Dallas

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Watching men perform as prima ballerinas gives guest blogger Danielle Georgiou new insight into the history, power – and humor – of dance.

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