If you missed State of the Arts with Veletta Forsyth Lill, Mark Banta and Maria Munoz-Blanco earlier this month, now’s your chance to check it out on video.
Fort Worth’s Amphibian Stage Productions finally has its own home: a red-brick building on South Main. But they’re opening it by reviving a show you can’t see. And you won’t be able to see all of their new home, either. It’s actually a highly theatrical move.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Circle Theatre’s ‘Ghost Writer,’ previewing Dallas Theater Center’s latest and words with the Amon Carter’s director.
… it’s doing a good job stimulating the economy. Even with more than half of its budget slashed.
Two lucky Big Deal winners will receive a pair of tickets to the 2 p.m. performance of 42nd Street on Nov. 10.
Today in the roundup: $1,500 for local artists, Pantagleize’s political play and Jerry Schults on remaking the Ridglea.
Today in the roundup: The Titanic docks in Fort Worth, previewing Dallas Opera’s season opener and Louis Kahn’s last project.
Today in the roundup: The end of the Arts Center of North Texas, checking in on a new local dance company and a look at The Addams Family.
The Undermain Theatre in Dallas is exploring modern warfare by returning to ancient Greece with its current show, An Illiad. In Homer’s day, performances were told with musical accompaniment. And to develop the sound to fit the story, the Undermain looked outside the theater world.
Today in the roundup: Jonathan Norton talks about his new show, the DMA visits Paris and the Nasher wants to text you.