Jeff Whittington is preparing to interview Kevin Moriarty and Anne Pasternak for the State of the Arts series at the DMA this week. Here he shares a bit about what he learned at the last event – and what he might ask about on Thursday night.
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Guest Blogger Danielle Georgiou caught Savion Glover at the Meyerson Sunday. Here’s a recap.
Day One of Idea Week: flashmobs, ideacasts, sparks flying.
UPDATE: Congrats to winner Mike F. of Garland.
A pair of tickets to the Crescent Fall Celebration can be yours today. Look for more opportunities to win this week.
A double appointment, a sudden stage illness and everyone’s getting sized up this morning: the Wyly, the Winspear, the Strauss, plus Dallas’ real estate economy. What’s that got to do with North Texas arts? Find out inside.
TED is the name of an annual conference on innovation that began in 1984 in California and has since been taken up around the world. TED stands for ‘technology, entertainment and design’ while TEDxSMU stands for TED at SMU, the local version. This year, TEDxSMU has got Idea Week, five days of run-up talks, meetings, carrotmobs and speed ideatings. Don’t know what those are? Find out here.
With nothing more than plywood and 3 pairs of tap shoes, Savion Glover and his two collaborators will be filling the Meyerson Symphony Center this Sunday with the rhythmic hoofing of his new project, Bare Soundz.
Jaap is leaving? Beane on Broadway? What’s Heritage Auction Galleries doing in New York? Check out today’s installment of the Roundup.
The innovative music ensemble, eighth blackbird, finally lands in Dallas as part of its residency for SMU’s Meadows Prize, and the Nasher Sculpture Center will now be hosting a ‘new music’ series, and it’s starting in November — with the Juilliard String Quartet. We’re going to be a happenin’ place, classic-musically speaking.
It’s not a joke, they tell us. But the production of Donizetti’s ‘Anna Bolena’ (aka Anne Boleyn — as in Henry VIII’s second, short-lived wife) could use a couple of muscular fellows willing to be bare-chested onstage at the Winspear beginning Oct. 29. No singing necessary.