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Could This Be His Last ‘Nutcracker’?

Tanju Tuzer, the Turkish-born, European-trained dancer-choreographer who founded Tuzer Ballet in Richardson thirty years ago, has been diagnosed with cancer.

Apply For KERA/KXT Community Advisory Board

The deadline is January 9.

Cracking The Nut: How A Russian Ballet Conquered America (And North Texas)

Only in America: This holiday season there are nearly 20 different production of The Nutcracker ballet in North Texas. No other holiday show comes close. So — why?

Latest Arts Data Report from SMU: Getting Into The Details

It’s the second annual temperature-taking of American arts organizations by SMU’s National Center for Arts Research.

Images of Racial Justice In The Dallas Cityscape

Just in time for the national Facing Race conference in Dallas this week, eleven billboards have gone up around town addressing issues of racial violence and equality – all designed by area artists.

Dallas Arboretum Bets Big On ‘Twelve Days Of Christmas’

The Dallas Arboretum aims for a big holiday attraction with ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ – locally designed and built gazebos illustrating the traditional Christmas carol with automated mannequins and glitter.

Art&Seek Jr: Relax With These 5 Second Saturday Outings

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Have a relaxing weekend with the kiddos at one of these Second Saturday events.

Dallas Institute of Humanities Expands Into Old Uptown Home

Finally, some good news about an old Dallas building not being arrogantly bulldozed.

Tracy Hicks, Longtime Dallasite Who Blended Science And Art, Dies At 68

He found beauty in bottled scientific specimens – and also a cause to advocate for.

Review: ‘Bonnie & Clyde’ At The WaterTower Theatre

WaterTower Theater presents the area premiere of the Broadway musical, Bonnie & Clyde, the very rare musical that’s actually set hereabouts. But being wonderfully faithful to the setting or the period is not the problem here.

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