Guest blogger Gail Sachson find’s the Undermain’s recent production confusing – in the best way.
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A full serving in this roundup: Fort Worth Opera and Lyric Stage deliver music and laughs, a Texas banker extols the arts, while Pearl Cup will caffeinate them.
This is the first city council election since the completion of the Arts District — in District 14. So who will replace Angela Hunt (who’s not running because of term limits)? Will he or she be another point person for the arts? And what about arts funding?
Happy Monday – time to check in with Creative Time, wish a legend Happy Birthday, and pick your cultural favorites in Dallas.
April is Dallas Jazz Appreciation Month. In addition to playing concerts around town, the jazz community is honoring people who’ve had a hand in making the scene what it is today. Today, we profile the man who’s receiving this year’s Jazz Educator Award.
JFK will be memorialized in all kinds of artworks and exhibitions this year in Dallas – but some seem to have been overlooked. Jake Heggie lands a big fish and we also lasso some theater bits for you — all in today’s roundup.
Tonight, the Black Crowes play the House of Blues. For a taste of what you’ll see (or what you’ll be missing out on), here’s their performance on PBS’ Live from the Artists Den.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera has a big announcement, the DMA hands out some awards and Amphibian Stage Productions stages a controversial piece.
One suspects Dallas-area developers aren’t really haunted by the ghosts of the buildings they’ve knocked down. But there’s one place in town that is: The Park and Rec’s Boneyard. And you can visit it this Friday.
Today in the roundup: Jake Heggie debuts a new work, meeting the Cliburn competitors and Shirley Jones on her first audition.