They also saw Bon Apetit!, an operatic spoof of Julia Child. But attendance for the free-admission triple feature was actually down a bit from the Dallas Opera’s debut last year at Cowboys Stadium.
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You’ve still got three days to take in the festival. Consider these options when planning your viewing.
Today in the roundup: David Lowery to direct Robert Redford, the Perot Museum earns an environmental distinction and the DMA offers an incentive.
This week we discuss a movie that’s all about the ills of the Internet. And we speak to the star of the new Jackie Robinson biopic.
Five Dallas arts leaders joined Mayor Rawlings onstage to talk about getting more artists here and keeping the ones we already have. The conversation, Rawlings admitted, was just a start.
On Thursday, National Geographic Live! brings its Birds of Paradise program to the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Guest blogger Danielle Marie Georgiou spoke with ornithologist Ed Scholes for a preview.
Today in the roundup: A return engagement for The Dallas Opera, how a film accurately captures Renoir at work and Stage West’s busy schedule.
Planning on catching a movie this weekend at the Dallas International Film Festival? Might I recommend:
It’ll show on April 11 at the Cinemark 17 in Dallas. Wanna go? You’re in luck.
You may know Steven Walters as a member of the Dallas Theater Center’s resident acting company. Or as a founder of Second Thought Theatre. But this weekend, you can get to know Steven Walters, the screenwriter. A film he wrote plays at the Dallas International Film Festival. Here’s the story of one of the hardest working men in local show business.