When Dallas actress Amy Acker set off for Hollywood, she was smart to team up with producer and director Joss Whedon. She’s been featured in his television series Angel and Dollhouse. And now she plays the female lead in Much Ado About Nothing, Whedon’s movie adaptation of Shakespeare’s comedy out Friday. Here’s the story of how the movie was born out of a series of backyard brunches.
This Big Deal offers the best of live British theater!
Tickets for that other boy band – The Tenors.
Finally, more parking coming to the Dallas Arboretum. Plus, local music bits and a musical without a plot.
Guest blogger Gail Sachson writes that this story of survival at the Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance resonates today.
Shakespeare’s alive and well on area stages. Plus, Sarah Jaffe wants to play your house.
How do directors and playwrights work together? Plus, reviewing Lyric Stage’s Music Man and detailing a Cliburn disappointment.
Klyde Warren Park and the Arts District partner up, plus local music bits and a historical play with something to say about today.
A circus wows ‘em at the Winspear. Plus the Fort Worth Weekly Music Awards Festival lineup is out and The New York Times’ Texas roundup.
This Big Deal features the American spirit in dance.