Graeme Jenkins is going, but a new block of onyx comes to the Dallas Museum of Art, Andrew Jackson wins and Ballet Frontier of Texas rises — all in the Tuesday roundup.
Yes, I’m back in charge of the Afternoon Delight. So this week we’ll celebrate rarities and real achievements in musical theater – like this remarkable tap-dance extravaganza from 1943 that was created to be cut out of the film.
Like modern dance? You’re in for a treat. Five winners receive a pair of tix to enjoy one of the country’s oldest and most celebrated companies.
Today in the roundup: Fund-raising around fashion exhibitions, music bits and Twyla talks.
Can the hotel-motel tax be used to support Dallas arts? How big a draw is culture for luring companies here? Dallas’ four mayoral candidates answered questions Wednesday at the Nasher Arts Forum.
We already know (usually) which songs will be hits. But which singer’s interpretation of a song hits us more? The NYTimes reports it’s all about setting patterns and subtly breaking them.
It’s the TBT’s 50th anniversary — but its dancers and administrators are facing salary cuts. Plus, the company won’t be dancing ‘Don Giovanni’ in Dallas.
This one needs little introduction: Yo-Yo Ma plays cello while an amazing dancer named Lil Buck improvises. Who needs toe shoes when you’ve got high tops?
A few days later, and I’m still speechless. That’s the power of good dance. Now, I hate to use such an empty term, but what I had the privilege of witnessing Saturday night at the Winspear Opera House was just that – good dance.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson says if you are a dance fan, this weekend offers some must-see performances.