Today in the roundup: Future funding of the Arts District, how to prepare stage vomit and what it’s like to follow a legend in the family.
Posts Tagged 'Dallas Theater Center'
Today in the roundup: DTC’s guest player, an updated on the Irving Entertainment Center and a world cultural study.
We were just saying the other day how musical comedies seem to sell well in Dallas during the summer. Theatre 3 extended Avenue Q, and now it’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the DTC
Today in the roundup: A Museum Tower/Nasher update, Joel Ferrell’s very busy schedule and business tips for artists.
Three North Texas theater companies will each produce works with the help of funding from a new grant program announced today.
Dallas Theater Center has turned the reigns over to writers from Chicago’s Second City and told them, “Go ahead and poke fun at Dallas. We can take it.”
Today in the roundup: How to be a cultured mom, DTC loses an acting company member and Fort Worth gains a movie theater.
God of Carnage has become a worldwide hit (and a Polanski film). So maybe it’s not a surprise it isn’t particularly profound: People can shed their manners and turn into animals — really? Doesn’t matter. It’s still funny.
Art&Seek could have your next weekend adventure planned, if you sign up and win one of the Big Deals.
Two Big Deal winners will get to watch – and laugh – at adults behaving oh-so-badly in God of Carnage by the Dallas Theater Center.