Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Jersey Boys,’ remembering Robert Johnson and a shift to small thinking for public projects.
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Useful stats! Americans for the Arts reportedly conducted the most comprehensive study of the economic impact of nonprofit arts in all 50 states. Now we hear about Dallas’ own slice of that pie chart.
Who knew David Lee Roth liked libraries? He probably doesn’t. But his design firm liked something at SMU’s DeGolyer Library.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll meet a wandering performer who left a lasting mark on Texas music.
Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson is the South Park of rock musicals: rollicking, irreverent, completely profane and more than a bit of a mess. But in its area premiere, it’s also a bold move by Theatre Three.
Check out your local library for fun summer activities.
Today in the roundup: Choreographing ‘Jersey Boys,’ the Amon Carter goes Modern and summer at the DMA.
The dispute between the Nasher Sculpture Center and Museum Tower over damaging sunlight shows how commercial and cultural interests don’t always make for happy neighbors. But another town avoided such a conflict.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll visit the epicenter of Houston’s “Summer of Love.”
… so Stage West has decided to extend the run of the Molly Ivins bio.