Today in the roundup: A notable dance company makes its Dallas debut, the National Book Award winners are announced, a Dallas-premiered play makes good in New York and a promotion at the Meadows Museum.
Yes indeedy, there IS news other than that very important, big, vote-thingy happening tomorrow. We’ve got some news: The irish invade SMU, puppets take D.C., Fair Park may flood but in a good way and children’s art therapy gets a big art auction to help it out.
Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou writes about her collaboration with Teatro Dallas, which has yielded a hybrid of dance and performance art.
Chihuly’s hanging around, Dance! North Texas has a new edition and Hip Pocket’s season draws to a close.
Trick-or-treating offers a chance to reconnect with your neighbors and find out about fun things happening nearby.
Today in the roundup: Ballet’s bad boy makes an appearance this weekend, the DSO’s Dvorak helper and the most powerful people in the art world.
… it’s doing a good job stimulating the economy. Even with more than half of its budget slashed.
Today in the roundup: The end of the Arts Center of North Texas, checking in on a new local dance company and a look at The Addams Family.
There was a very special performance at the high school for performing and visual arts last night. Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou was there, and reports you have another chance to see it tonight.
Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou talks with members of the school’s dance department about its overdue collaboration with the music department.