Today in the roundup: Keith Cerny dissects Puccini, local music bits and the Meadows Museum hands out an award.
Today in the roundup: The numbers on Chihuly, Pegasus Theatre goes black & white and Sarah Jaffe’s Pixar debut.
And that playwright is Will Power, the hip-hop-theater artist who also won a Meadows Prize and currently teaches at SMU.
Today in the roundup: Second Thought’s season opener, audition opportunities for kids and why the Van Cliburn Foundation’s interim director took the job.
Today in the roundup: Max Anderson on KERA, DTC’s new Come Early program and dissecting Dave Hickey.
Today in the roundup: A wish list for the local theater scene, the advantage of E-books and Bernadette Peters talks about her Fort Worth appearance on Saturday.
Today in the roundup: The top concerts of 2012, the year at Amphibian and good financials at the AT&T PAC.
Today in the roundup: Irving loses two book stores, plus the year in classical music and theater.
Today in the roundup: The year at the Dallas Opera, lists of local albums and why Dallas should be watching museums in Europe.
For 2013, we’re looking forward to a whole series of things from the North Texas arts community, and we begin with Lyric Stage presenting a ‘lost’ musical by the great Frank Loesser — the genius behind Guys and Dolls. Quite the opportunity.