The Dallas choreographer talks about how she found her style, which she’ll teach you on Tuesday night’s at the South Dallas Cultural Center.
The Fahari Arts Institute is only three years old, but it has already become North Texas’ only black, gay arts organization to offer a full roster of year-round programming: dance, lecture, films, gallery shows and readings. Fouinder-director Harold Steward says it all happened because people kept asking him for help in finding artists.
It’s Bier in Addison! Bier Barrel Rolling and Bier Barrel Bowling and who knows, maybe some actual bier. It’s the Addison Oktoberfest! Alpine Dancers, music by Brave Combo – and a Dachshund Parade.
The middle of the week Roundup features the DFW Theatre Critics Forum Awards, a new dance blogger, Dallas Opera hitting the phone lines and more on microphilanthropy!
Picture envy, lots of reviews from the weekend and a new seasons for Dallas Summer Musicals. Happy Monday.
UPDATE: Added a couple more Gypsy reviews on Monday a.m.
It’s (sort of) fall again, which means galleries are in full swing. Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou fills us in on a few shows she’s had a hand in, and lists some others to check out as well.
Guest blogger Danielle Georgiou chats with Tom Mossbrucker, artistic director of the Aspen Santa Fe Ballet, performing in Dallas this weekend.
Yes, it’s back. But they’re giving away free tickets to theater and music shows in October through a lottery system. And you’ve got only two weeks to enter.
Watch break-dance moves and disco steps get elevated into truly sublime geekiness, courtesy of comic dancer Nathan Barnatt.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re heading to Lakewood.