The study measures an area’s cultural vitality through such factors as arts employment, government support and non–profit dollars. And Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and even Austin do not rank high.
To begin our Oscars series, John Murphy, chair of UNT’s jazz studies division, stops by to talk about Whiplash. Let’s just say he’s not a fan.
Today we kick off a special project taking a behind-the-scenes look at Dallas Theater Center’s Stagger Lee, a rare professional musical because it has been created entirely in Dallas.
Snap up tickets to see ‘Stagger Lee’ premiering at the Dallas Theater Center.
As the Observer wraps up its list of 100 Creatives, it also anoints six Mastermind winners. Arts Editor Lauren Smart chats about who wins, and why.
Enter for a chance to see the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra perform the music of Lalo & Schumann.
The world premiere Great Scott was looking lonely, so the Dallas Opera added Becoming Santa Claus by composer Mark Adamo. Oh yeah, and you can get into AT&T Stadium for free again if you like some singing, dying Frenchies.
Twenty years ago this week, the conductor who helped build the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Eduardo Mata, died in a plane crash. Tonight and through the weekend, the orchestra honors his memory with a piece Mata conducted at his first Dallas concert.
Check out the KXT Mixtape 2014 web site.
David Okamoto shares his Top 10 for 2014