But they’re called ‘black box operas’ — for the kind of small venues they get staged in. Enough of a trend that maybe the opera world is splitting in two?
Today in the roundup: Previews of a couple of touring theater shows coming to town, plus the 13 Texas buildings to see in 2013.
Check out all the cool plays for kids! As granny use to say, “You can’t swing a dead cat without hittin’ a really good one.”
Today in the roundup: Behind the scenes of the Kimbell’s ‘Bernini,’ the Association of Art Museum Directors adjusts its acquisition rules and a mini ‘Les Mis.’
High-flying, toe-tapping and be-bopping entertainment are part of this week’s Big Deals.
Today in the roundup: Assessing Circle Theatre’s ‘God of Carnage,’ awards for Ohlook and a trip to the Modern.
Today at noon on THINK on KERA, director Kevin Moriarty and actor Brian McEleney will discuss the Dallas Theater Center’s King Lear. We ran a lengthy online review, now here’s the radio version.
Olin Chism reviews a pair of productions currently staged by Houston Grand Opera – Show Boat and Don Giovanni.
It’s not summer yet, but it can’t be too far behind with this Big Deal. Win tickets to the Dallas Summer Musicals season opener Catch Me If You Can.
It’s the Mt. Everest of Western drama; it took a co-production with Trinity Rep to bring King Lear to the Dallas Theater Center. The surprise is how quick, clean and clear it is. But the question is, does it reach the mountaintop?