A play debuting Saturday in Fort Worth takes place in 1966 during the Dallas Cowboys training camp preceding the first Super Bowl. And the changing dynamics at the time provided plenty of inspiration for comedy.
Today in the roundup: A French farce gets a new translation, a preview of El Corazon and Main St. Fort Worth Arts Fest announces lineup.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Opera boosts Tristan and Isolde, local music bits and the smartest graffiti artist ever.
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re headed to McKinney for an afternoon of beer, brats, and Wagner.
Today in the roundup: A song from Giant, a high schooler’s long road to the DMA and the end of an era.
There’s The Compleat Wrks of Wllm Shkspr (Abridged) and then there’s this – Romeo and Juliet told in just 30 seconds.
Find out how you can enter to win a Family 4-pack of tickets to see this heartwarming childrens’ tale on stage.
‘Giant’ means big, of course – as in the biggest world-premiere the Dallas Theater Center has ever attempted. And composer Michael John LaChiusa’s musical adaption of Gient certainly looks and sounds splendid. It’s the story that’s the trouble – always has been.
Stephen, Jerome and Anne all made it to opening night of Giant Friday night at the Dallas Theater Center. On Monday, the first thing we all did was chat about it. But this time, we’re chatting via e-mail, so we can share some of our conversation with you.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing DTC’s Giant, Shepard Fairey comes to town and more words with Michelle Rawlings.