Today in the roundup: Aristophanes visits India, local music bits and Ben Stevenson on the big screen.
Dallas’ cultural funding may be facing a 17 percent cut, but with 2003 bond election money, the city is opening the new Oak Cliff Cultural Center — right next to the Texas Theatre on W. Jefferson Blvd. How the city is going to operate it is another matter.
The Hub Shorts Film Festival: Premiere Showcase at the Dallas Hub Theater this past Saturday boasted an enthusiastic audience and some very talented filmmakers.
This weekend is chock-a-block with film options – everything from video art to short films to summer blockbusters.
Boy, when we North Texans get on a tear building performing arts centers, we BUILD ‘em. This weekend, another one is opening, but as KERA’s Jerome Weeks reports, this one’s on the campus of the Trinity Christian Academy in Addison.
Today in the roundup: Teaching future jazz legends, Texas Dance Theatre’s new season and a sneak peek at the Kimbell’s Maya show.
Head over to Six Flags Saturday to celebrate – and learn a special dance choreographed by the folks from So You Think You Can Dance to mark the occasion.
The Studio Theatre at the Addison Theatre Centre was host to a swinging dance party thanks to Ewert & Company this past weekend.
Today in the roundup: New KXT in-studio videos, local dance milestones and Jane Austen’s Fight Club (yes, really).
Today in the roundup: Painting your pocketbook, a peek at books in progress and the Metropolitan Ballet is back.