Artists who’ve worked recently at the DTC have four, count ‘em four, Tony nominations. And then there’s the guy we often seen at the DMA.
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Saucy! The Theater Center is promising delicious decadence to this week’s Big Deal winner.
Last week, we learned it was Liz Mikel who’s going to appear off-Broadway. This week, it’s fellow Dallas Theater Center acting company member Steven Walters.
She was the best thing in the Dallas Theater Center’s “Give It Up!” So now that the musical — re-named ‘Lysistrata Jones’ — is opening off-Broadway next month, she may be the best thing in it, again.
Get your arts day started this morning with items about a room filled with balloons, ‘wonder-filled’ windows in downtown Dallas, some carnage and a showdown.
Playwright Horton Foote provided us with a long-term chronicle of changing-unchanging Texas life, and the Horton Foote Festival allows us to see that panorama — in front of Texas audiences, who pick up on the points about Methodists or Mexicans, real-estate bankruptcies and Whataburger. Jerome Weeks reviews the Dallas Theater Center’s uproarious ‘Dividing the Estate’ and Stage West’s gentler ‘Talking Pictures.’
The lead in ‘Henry IV’ last year and the co-founder of Second Thought Theatre is now a member of the Theater Center’s resident acting company.
In 2012, the Dallas Opera will present its first chamber opera, Peter Maxwell Davies’ psychological thriller, ‘The Lighthouse,’ in the company’s first collaboration with the Dallas Theater Center.
The campaign is meant to “advance and elevate” the DTC’s “artistic and educational initiatives, as well as ensure long-term financial stability for the company.” Translation: it will fund new plays and musicals, underwrite partnerships and eventually create a cash reserve.
Beginning this week, seventeen arts organization from Dallas to Flower Mound, Fort Worth to Addison, will be presenting the plays and films of a single writer, Texas native Horton Foote. Other festivals have celebrated Foote’s work before. So why this one?