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.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
A special deal to hear the DSO perform A German Requiem and see The Mourners at the DMA. Nothing to be sad about there…
How does conductor Jaap van Zweden get the orchestra primed to perform a major work? See for yourself when you win two seats to the DSO’s rehearsal of the Brahms German Requiem next Wednesday.
Today in the roundup: Pet Shop Boys come to town (sort of), Liza previews her DSO show and the Mourners get rearranged.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson looks back at the impact the late Dallas mayor had on the city’s cultural landscape.
Today in the roundup: A scintillating Cinderella, music bits and the end of an era in Wills Point.
Guest blogger Patricia Mora finds the work of James Magee majestic and difficult. Read her review, and others’ reactions to Magee’s show at the Nasher Sculpture Center.
We talk to Heather MacDonald, co-curator of ‘The Mourners: Medieval Tomb Sculptures from the Court of Burgundy,’ a mouthful of a title that doesn’t convey how intimate, personal and gorgeous this once-in-a-lifetime touring exhibition is.
Today in the roundup: Annette Strauss Square opens, good deals in the Arts District and local music bits.
One of the trickier mandates for the AT&T Performing Arts Center was preserving Annette Strauss Square. The open-air amphitheater already existed and had to be moved for the Winspear. Today, officials will dedicate the 2,400-lawn seating venue — which has been carefully slotted between the Winspear and the Meyerson.