In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re putting on our dancing shoes.
Posing some questions for the new DMA director, the Dallas Observer music awards are out and so is its music editor and a square-dance art project — all in today’s Roundup.
It’s for touring productions and community outreach — bringing in the Latina Dance Theater Project and solo performer Saulo Garcia for shows next month.
It’s the 30th year since the discovery of AIDS, and in an unprecedented collaboration, some 200 Dallas-area artists will perform Dec. 6 at the Winspear in a benefit for area AIDS service organizations.
Singing, dancing and…cheerleading! Enter here for a chance to win tickets to opening night of Bring It On.
Mark Weinstein is starting his first full season running the AT&T Performing Arts Center, which itself hasn’t even been open for two full years. So he’s asking all of us impatient North Texans to let him have just a little more time to turn it into Lincoln Center.
The University of North Texas is bringing a major contemporary artist to serve as this year’s artist-in-residence. The school’s choice is one that will benefit students across many disciplines:
Today in the roundup: Assessing the arts in Fort Worth, plus the logic behind staging classic plays.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re getting a taste of the Arts District.
Sujatha Fernandes has a rare background: Indian-Portuguese from Australia, a sociology professor — and an emcee. She’s delved into global hip-hop from Caracas to Cuba to Chicago to find out why youth all over the world turned to the beat.