This week, USA managing director Ann Alexander talks about John Turturro, Ed Harris and other luminaries who will visit Dallas this week to show films at the festival.
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Check out the Junior’s basket-full of fun for your little bunnies.
Be our guest, be our guest! Danielle Georgiou checks one off the bucket list when she chats with the actor portraying the singing candle from the beloved “Beauty and the Beast,” which opens tonight at the Winspear.
KXT’s popular concert series kicks off April 24.
Watching men perform as prima ballerinas gives guest blogger Danielle Georgiou new insight into the history, power – and humor – of dance.
The Dallas Opera is bringing back its world-premiere production of Moby-Dick in 2016.
With a bunch of arts festivals, fairs and arts weeks coming up, we talk with one North Texas artist who has three projects going on right now, in addition to teaching. Bradly Brown is into process, he says. He’s also labor-intenstive.
Longtime Rangers fans might remember pitcher Dock Ellis’ brief stint with the team in the late 1970s. It was toward the end of a turbulent but brilliant career that’s revisited in No-No: A Dockumentary, a new doc playing at the Dallas International Film Festival.
Be sure to check out all the activities for Dallas Arts Week. The fun happens April 5 -13.
The Dallas International Film Festival starts Thursday. And on the bill will be more than 50 short films. It’s the only time most of these shorts will be shown on a big screen. So we asked: Why do budding directors put so much effort into a piece that’s often less than 15 minutes long?