Presented by Dallas Theater Center and Directed by Hal Brooks, Kim Rosenstock’s play Tigers Be Still is “a fierce comedy of suburban uproar.”
Posts Tagged 'AT&T Performing Arts Center'
Family issues prompted his surprise resignation — after less than a year on the job. His predecessor, Mark Nerenhausen, was forced out after less than two years as CEO.
Two goody baskets from a few of the groups that will be at ARTsPark at NorthPark this weekend: No. 1: a pair of tickets to see Pink Martini AND a one-day workshop at Creative Arts Center. No. 2: A family 4-pack for Plano Children’s Theatre.
Learn how you can win a pair of tickets to see Pink Martini
Often called the “female Indiana Jones,” Mireya Mayor is a primatologist, anthropologist, wildlife expert, conservationist, and an explorer.
Today in the roundup: Alec Baldwin’s generous gesture, talking Million Dollar Quartet and local bands heading south.
Remember Mark Nerenhausen? He used to run the AT&T Performing Arts Center — then he was gone.
The past two years, a dozen North Texas arts groups — including some of the biggest — have scrambled to hire a new managing director or CEO. Why have they become so hard to find? And why do the arts need them, anyway?
Abracadabra! The Brinker International Forum brings magician David Blaine for an evening of conversation at the Winspear Opera House. Five Big Deal winners can check it out.
It’s a guitar and fiddle, big buckle and big hat kind of Christmas with Charlie Daniels.