Together, the two DSO schedules cover spring through summer, Easter through August — with a new, late-morning ‘Coffee Concert’ and a passel of pop stars (Don McLean, Kenny Rogers, Johnny Mathis).
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
Today in the roundup: An expert sizes up the Arts District, a local contribution to a major jazz anthology and a Fort Worth native thinks globally.
Politics, politics, politics…with a little window dressing. Thank goodness it’s Friday!
With North Texas’ Horton Foote Festival in full swing, Hallie Foote, Horton’s actress-daughter, talks about how she portrays family members onstage, how her father’s writing changed and how she’s getting the family house in Wharton landmarked.
The lead in ‘Henry IV’ last year and the co-founder of Second Thought Theatre is now a member of the Theater Center’s resident acting company.
A new app for Fort Worth aficionados, a new post for a Dallas curator, a new host (eventually) for a public radio favorite and The New York Times overlooks advances in North Texas museums. OK, that last item may not be news but it’s in our Thursday morning roundup.
We have a death in the Fort Worth Circle of pioneering artists, young artists up at the DMA and a non-agreement agreement over Ansel Adams.
In 2012, the Dallas Opera will present its first chamber opera, Peter Maxwell Davies’ psychological thriller, ‘The Lighthouse,’ in the company’s first collaboration with the Dallas Theater Center.
Monday would have been Horton Foote’s 95th birthday. To mark the occasion and officially open the Horton Foote Festival — North Texas’ six-week-long, collective celebration of the author’s plays and films — a combination panel discussion and birthday party was held at the Winspear Opera House. All four of Foote’s children were in attendance, talking publicly about growing up with their playwriting-screenwriting father.
A multi-million-dollar lawsuit against the Dallas Museum of Art by Wendy Reves’ unhappy heir, a pop-up Lady Gaga concert in town and a suggestion on where to stick a bunch of Donald Judd’s minimalist masterpieces in Fort Worth: It’s the Tuesday roundup!