If you like the idea of arts and culture coverage on KERA and here at Art&Seek, Thursday’s your big opportunity to let us know.
Archive: 'Dallas Arts District'
The Dallas Theater Center’s ‘Henry IV’ isn’t so much a deluxe version of Shakespeare’s history plays as a thin and forcibly stripped-down one. Simplifying both parts of ‘Henry IV’ is often done, of course. But this seems to be director Kevin Moriarty’s basic Bard approach: Keep it fast and all over the place. Then drop in a pop song or two.
This Big Deal will last until Spring – a pair of tickets to the Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s three performances this season at the Wyly Theater in the Performing Arts Center.
The best day the AT&T Performing Arts Center has had was its first day — when it held an open house and 45,000 people showed up for tours and freebies. Now the Dallas Arts District organization is aiming to replicate some of that excitement — for a whole month.
The Arts District may still not be complete, but the AT&T Performing Arts Center will be — at least as far as stage venues go. The Annette Strauss Square is tucked under the solar canopy of the Winspear Opera House — and it opens Thursday with an invitation-only dedication ceremony.
Stream KXT or KERA on your iPhone, catch up on programs or Art&Seek reports you may have missed, even wake up to the sound of Sam Baker.
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s latest concert showed off an orchestra in great form and a conductor who knows how to generate excitement.
Highlights from last night’s conversation with Jaap van Zweden and Trenton Doyle Hancock.
One lucky winner gets season tickets to Kitchen Dog Theater; another wins tickets to see dance, opera, architecture, movies and art PLUS a little North Park Gold. Sign up. We draw winners Friday at noon.
Dallas cultural programs have been spared funding cuts of more than 50% with passage of a tax hike today at City Hall.