The photo website chive.com presents a festival chock-full of music, games, and a few surprises.
Recognizing outstanding contributions to the Center, the 14 groups it houses, all the organizations it serves and the Jazz and Cabaret series it presents.
Nytesia Ross of Tyler wins a nationwide poetry contest, performs at Kennedy Center.
Lyric Stage presents the musical as it was meant to be seen – splash-less ending and all. KERA’s Shelley Kenneavy gets a taste of what makes this musical and this company so different.
This week on Frame of Mind, watch a funny and down to earth documentary about a small town’s mayoral elections.
Finally, some good news about an old Dallas building not being arrogantly bulldozed.
Playwright Linda Parris-Bailey brings “Speed Killed My Cousin” to the South Dallas Cultural Center to prompt discussion of post traumatic stress, military sexual assault, and healing.
Don’t let October end without checking out these spine-tingling events!
And guest blogger Gail Sachson truly had fun – ranting, raving, being self-absorbed – in the adult acting class at the Dallas Theater Center.
He found beauty in bottled scientific specimens – and also a cause to advocate for.