And we also learn that a major Dallas collection of samurai armor is touring there …
There’s no business like show business; just ask the hundreds of high school theater students who packed the Music Hall at Fair Park Tuesday night. treatment.
Today in the roundup: Which local album nearly tops a hefty USA Today list? Plus thoughts on local criticism and words with Michelle Williams.
For a musical, Fly By Night is not big or splashy and there’s very little of what might be called dancing. Yet Fly By Night is easily the best new musical the Dallas Theater Center has presented.
“A molecule walks into a bar … “We’re talking nano
-tiny animation here. Animation on the atomic level. So yeah, it’s not exactly Wallace and Gromit, but still, atomic slapstick is just staring, you know?
Downtown street life: are we there yet? Plus playing footsie at the DMA and a Dallas funny girl gets an award.
Iron Man 3 looks to be another billion-selling, comic-book film. So we thought we’d roll out the PBS superheroes to save the network from cutbacks (again). Carl Sagan! Bill Nye! Bob Ross! Our own thoughtful, superhero action blockbuster! Yeah, that’ll work.
Texas energy trader Enron was the largest corporate failure in history in 2001. Since then, Bernie Madoff and our ugly recession have made us forget it. Lucy Prebble’s drama, Enron, is a pointed reminder. And it finally gets its North Texas premiere at Theatre Three.
An exceptional array of international talents, including Philip Glass — plus the Dallas debuts of several innovative companies, including England’s Motionhouse and SCRAP-ARTS-MUSIC
Today in the Art & Seek Spotlight, head to Cottonwood Park in Richardson for the Cottonwood Art Festival. Check out artwork from more than 240 artists in a variety of media including jewelry, painting, and photography. Local bands perform all day long with Escape – the Dallas Journey Tribute Band – wrapping things up at [...]