Ann Williams is calling it a career, a trio of local super heroes and Contemporary Theatre of Dallas’ new season.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
Fish Trap Lake in West Dallas will be home to a functional sculpture.
In search of the great American symphony, the best songs about Texas and high praise for the Winspear.
Maxwell Anderson on why free is good, Theatre Britain’s non-holiday hit and an archaeological discovery that will greatly interest the Kimbell.
This time, you won’t have to register online. Just show up at Klyde Warren Park with your blanket to see the Dallas Opera’s season opener, Carmen, in a live, big-screen simulcast.
The official, solemn, city-sanctioned, day-of, Dealey Plaza tribute to JFK won’t come until November, of course, but Dallas-area arts groups have already been marking the 50th anniversary of his death – but, so far, not with tributes so much as remembrances of a time past.
The 2011 AIDS benefit, A Gathering, was probably the largest, single, cross-cultural collaboration ever staged locally. Now the creators want to do it again – at the Winspear, in October. They just have to create a new show. The second in our series of reports.
Spend the Fourth of July with the Dallas Wind Symphony.
The Perot Museum loses its CEO, plus a tour of Museum Tower and the Winspear chandelier gets a name.
Tony Award-winning producer Jeffery Sellers (Rent, In the Heights) is making his directing debut with the Dallas Theater Center production of the new musical, Fly, a new version of Peter Pan. He talks with Krys Boyd on THINK about musicals, the help of friends and what it’s been like working in Dallas.