Stage West founder Jerry Russell was a talented actor, director — and even sandwich shop manager. A rare combination in a leading figure in North Texas arts.
Do you protect children from the worst aspects of our racial history? Or do they need to know? Dallas playwright Jonathan Norton has a new work at African-American Rep about black homeschoolers.
A playwright’s workshop, a co-op acquisition between Dallas and Houston art museums and our annual public blow-out of light-and-sound installations downtown: How’s all that for a Wednesday roundup?
You're back in the office, so we're giving you a <em>venti</em> sized cup o' Roundup this morning to get those eyes open.
Are you an actor looking to hone your comedic chops? Then you should definitely let Capt. John Luc Picard teach you the intricacies of the quadruple take.
Come hither ladies and lords, for methinks thou shalt like this Big Deal.
A sneak peek at 'Dallas Buyers Club,' plus reviews of 'Sam-Shade – A Detective Musical' and 'Thank You, Jeeves.'
Stage West’s 35th season, Jimmie Vaughan on playing with his heroes and the DMA heads back to school.
The Book of Mormon earned nine Tony Awards on Broadway and a reputation for outrageous, obscene humor and hilarious, religious mockery. What did you expect from the creators of South Park and Avenue Q?
An update on Jerry Russell, Norah Jones remembers Marian McPartland and the presidents in pictures.