Dallas actually was becoming known as ‘the City of Hate’ even before the JFK assassination. November 22 just made the label stick. Now a grass-roots project seeks to overturn the label – with artworks.
Archive: 'Film and Television'
The long weekend’s so close….but we’re not there yet. More film news – an International Festival on now, a local hitting it hard in Hollywood, and a look at two new actors at the DTC.
The star of ‘Austenland’ joins us for a discussion of how the author has had a hold on readers for 200 years.
Two local guys are producing movies — really — and Fort Worth is starting to produce the kind of bulldozer frenzy that's knocked down older Dallas neighborhoods: We call it the Thursday roundup.
Are you an actor looking to hone your comedic chops? Then you should definitely let Capt. John Luc Picard teach you the intricacies of the quadruple take.
A sneak peek at 'Dallas Buyers Club,' plus reviews of 'Sam-Shade – A Detective Musical' and 'Thank You, Jeeves.'
The Book of Mormon earned nine Tony Awards on Broadway and a reputation for outrageous, obscene humor and hilarious, religious mockery. What did you expect from the creators of South Park and Avenue Q?
Second Thought’s 10th season, The Story comes to town and David Lowery’s got a challenge for you.
Dallas director David Lowery continues his ascent, and the stars of The World’s End walks us through the demise of British culture.
Second Thought tackles Neil LaBute, a local record store lands on a big list and Howard Hawks visits the Kimbell.