She outdrew da Vinci. Will she do the same kind of numbers here?
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
For this special Thursday roundup just for you, we’ve got big money at the DMA, a little money raising hackles with Klyde Warren Park and a flying reporter, among other things.
Be awed by birds of paradise with this Big Deal.
The winner of nine Tony Awards kicks off the upcoming season in August.
We put the question to Scott Cantrell, the Dallas Morning News’ music critic, who’s been trekking around Austria and Germany covering the Dallas Symphony.
MOMA’s acclaimed retrospective, Cindy Sherman, makes its final stop at the DMA, and it’s a landmark show of disguises and female identity, of brilliant photographic fakery and caricature.
Choreographer Bruce Wood explored an all-male dance project last year — with incredibly tender and moving results. This year, the Bruce Wood Dance Project is back with a full-length version, opening its new season this weekend.
Basking in the glow, DSO CEO Jonathan Martin talks about the Big O in Amsterdam and what’s up with all the Germany on the tour.
A busy Fort Worth playwright; SXSW and NPR, and backstage at Cindy Sherman.
We catch up with the DSO’s director of artistic planning to talk about tour logistics, acoustics, the problems with rosewood and ivory — and why tomorrow will be very special for the symphony.