Welcoming back the DSO, Peter Pan visits the PAC and pics from Dia de los Toadies.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re enjoying music in the park with Open Classical’s Music Moves.
A red opera house, red signs and now three monumental pieces of outdoor red. Did anybody plan this?
Ai Weiwei’s artwork’s first appearance in Dallas – glittering bronze heads of zodiac animals – is one of three shows displaying the Crow’s range and versatilty.
A masterpiece returns to the DMA, the Toadies have big plans and a look at Will Power’s new play.
The Dallas Opera will simulcast the ‘robot opera,’ Death and the Powers, to 10 locations around the U.S and Europe — the first time this has been done. What’s more, it’ll be interactive.
You don’t need starstuff or pixie dust to win this Big Deal – but it might not hurt if you did.
It’s a New York Times edition of the round-up, with video of Hallie Foote, financial woes for opera, and an up-and-coming film director from Dallas (no, it’s not David Lowery.)
KERA’s Courtney Collins gets stealthy at Ninja Night at the Crow Collection.
The News gets a new art critic at last and it’s a surprise, the News‘ architecture critic fries Museum Tower, Fort Worth will be less literature-friendly and nobody cares if you fry someone in Vegas: The wonderful things we learn from today’s Roundup.