Dallas Theater Center announced today the addition of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor® Dreamcoat to its 2011-12 Mainstage season
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Today in the roundup: A new multiplex replaces an old one, Kansas City’s new PAC follows Dallas’ lead and an arts power couple calls it quits.
Mark Weinstein is starting his first full season running the AT&T Performing Arts Center, which itself hasn’t even been open for two full years. So he’s asking all of us impatient North Texans to let him have just a little more time to turn it into Lincoln Center.
Caroline Rose Hunt and Frank Risch will be recognized for their contributions to the arts in Dallas.
It’s back: simulcasting the Dallas Opera’s opening night on a big screen outside the Winspear. But the whole deal has moved out of Annette Strauss Square and into Sammons Park. Which means – hey! – bring your own fried chicken and Dr Pepper. Perfect for murder and mezzo-sopranos.
The AT&T Performing Arts Center named Mark Weinstein its new President and CEO on Tuesday. In an interview Tuesday afternoon, he discussed his vision of the performing arts center as well as the Arts District as a whole:
Today in the roundup: The AT&T PAC has a new CEO, Rhett Miller jams with Dirk and clothing an opera festival.
The hit West End and Broadway drama — featuring a giant, innovative puppet playing the horse trained to fight in World War I — will be touring to 20 US cities. Including Dallas.
Five pair of tickets to see this musical featuring hits from all your ’80s glamrock faves.
Nothing says “You’ve made it!” like a flashing electronic sign — especially when you have two of ‘em. The AT&T PAC gets its signage up, one along Ross, the other on Woodall Rodgers.