… ‘dreamy’ being a term not typically associated with the Herman Melville novel. But then, a thin-yet-lovely, one-hour-long, mimed-puppet stage version of the novel is not exactly typical, either.
The first of three big weekends of dance kicks off tonight in Fort Worth. Guest blogger Julissa Treviño fills us in.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing DTC’s ‘Joseph,’ Dallas Black Dance’s Olympic dream and a couple of wacky arts stories for a slow day.
Where do dance, martial arts and gymnastics intersect? A place called Parkour.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re visiting Prague via the Arlington Museum of Art.
Today in the roundup: The best of 817 music, 30 years of ballet in Fort Worth and the art market’s authenticity problem.
Last year saw the welcome return of Bruce Wood to choreographing and running a dance troupe. This year, his Dance Project’s second season has three premieres — including a rather personal one about brothers, fathers and sons.
Useful stats! Americans for the Arts reportedly conducted the most comprehensive study of the economic impact of nonprofit arts in all 50 states. Now we hear about Dallas’ own slice of that pie chart.
CBD has discounted tickets for tonight’s season finale – here’s how to get your hands on them.
DFW.com has put together 108 photos covering 14 years in choreographer Bruce Wood’s career.