Artists from around the country light up the Omni Hotel with their work.
On the Eve by Nouveau 47 is the big winner, and at the Dallas Theater Center, it’s Fly By Night that did well by the critics.
The News gets a new art critic at last and it’s a surprise, the News‘ architecture critic fries Museum Tower, Fort Worth will be less literature-friendly and nobody cares if you fry someone in Vegas: The wonderful things we learn from today’s Roundup.
The All-Star Orchestra assembled leading principal players from across the US — to create an 8-part PBS series on classical music. DSO associate concertmaster Emanuelle Boisvert was there. The show starts this Sunday, but you can watch the trailer here and now.
The state senator, daughter of the late Stage West founder, invites the community to a tribute to her father Jerry Russell and to donations that’ll help keep his work going.
Want to jam with Stewart Copeland of the Police? Want to meet James Magee, creator of The Hill? Overindulge in art in two cities? It’s almost the weekend…..anything’s possible.
It's not just a painting by John Singer Sargent, arguably America's finest portraitist of the late 19th-early 20th century. It's a seven-foot tall Sargent portrait of actor Edwin Booth, arguably the most important American actor of the age.
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.
the 77-year-old Russell, father of State Senator Wendy Davis, died at Harris Methodist Hospital from complications from abdominal surgery.
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.