The campaign is meant to “advance and elevate” the DTC’s “artistic and educational initiatives, as well as ensure long-term financial stability for the company.” Translation: it will fund new plays and musicals, underwrite partnerships and eventually create a cash reserve.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
Beginning this week, seventeen arts organization from Dallas to Flower Mound, Fort Worth to Addison, will be presenting the plays and films of a single writer, Texas native Horton Foote. Other festivals have celebrated Foote’s work before. So why this one?
Today in the roundup: Young Masters at the DMA, square dancing in Fort Worth and a Broadway legend comes to Irving.
The 100th birthday of Dallas real estate legend Ebby Halliday will be marked with a gala this Wednesday at the Meyerson Symphony Center. Headlining it will be international tenor Mario Frangoulis. Halliday and the singer share a connection.
Günther Herbig has always produced outstanding programs with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and this weekend’s concerts are no exception. The music is highly varied, always interesting and often beautiful.
This year will be the Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s 35th, so we talk with founder-director Ann Williams about surviving in North Texas, finally having a permanent home in the Arts District and what choreographer she still dreams of working with.
Yes, the Dallas Theater Center will be presenting a musical version of ‘Giant’ next season — along with a co-production with Casa Manana and three regional premieres. The full schedule complete with artistic director Kevin Moriarty’s promo video.
Today in the roundup: A chat with UNT’s Early Music scholars, a violin prodigy stops by the DSO and the trick to starring in your own play.
The Crow Collection of Asian Art is taking over the the sculpture garden that currently surrounds the Trammell tower. It will replace the current statuary with new Asian art acquisitions and re-landscape the area as a Japanese garden.
Win a pair of tickets to Dividing the Estate, The Dallas Theater Center’s gem in an unprecedented two-month festival around North Texas celebrating the work of Horton Foote.