Today in the roundup: Theatre Three’s new season, plus how you can look like a Greek god or goddess at the DMA.
On Saturday, the Homegrown Music and Arts Festival kicked off it’s 4th year in downtown Dallas.
After taking in the DMA’s exhibition and a recent episode of Think, you might find yourself thinking differently about social media.
Main Street Garden is the place to check out great acts and local art this weekend.
Fela! is a thunderous wall of sound-and-dance. In staging the life, music and defiant politics of the Nigerian firebrand, choreographer-director Bill T. Jones has gone for hip-shaking, sexual energy – not so much for coherent story. But the world tour at the Winspear is top-notch.
If you can find a more adorable video than Jimmy Fallon and John Krasinski competing in a lip-synching competition, the floor is yours.
Taxidermy’s the theme at this year’s Art Conspiracy seed event.
The Art Galleries at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth recently opened a show of the intellectually charged work of a British artist couple who create art together. Reporter Joan Davidow suggests you get to the Biggs and Collings show before it closes this weekend..
Jeffrey Skilling, the man behind one of the biggest fraud cases in history — and not coincidentally, the central figure in Enron at Theatre Three — has cut a deal to shorten his 24-year prison sentence.
Ray Harryhausen, the master of stop-motion movie monsters, died at 92. Cyclops, sword-fighting skeletons and the Kraken himself — Harryhausen created them all, and here they are in chronological order.