Five Dallas arts leaders joined Mayor Rawlings onstage to talk about getting more artists here and keeping the ones we already have. The conversation, Rawlings admitted, was just a start.
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Everyone’ll be hot for Les Miz, even after the movie. This’ll be the first Texas company to stage it. But you want something new? Try adapting Jonathan Lethem’s terrific 2004 novel, Fortress of Solitude.
The Dallas Theater Center’s 2010 ‘revisal’ of It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman has led to an Encores concerts version.
Today at noon on THINK on KERA, director Kevin Moriarty and actor Brian McEleney will discuss the Dallas Theater Center’s King Lear. We ran a lengthy online review, now here’s the radio version.
It’s the Mt. Everest of Western drama; it took a co-production with Trinity Rep to bring King Lear to the Dallas Theater Center. The surprise is how quick, clean and clear it is. But the question is, does it reach the mountaintop?
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The tall redhead joins the likes of Randy Moore and Nance Williamson — former Dallas Theater Center acting company members (and audience faves from the ’80s and ’90s) who’ve returned to the theater after many years away.
For the first time, the Theatre Communications Group’s national conference — the biggest nationwide gathering of non-profit theater professionals — is coming to Texas, to North Texas. We’ll teach ‘em what every artist learns here: how to do the fundraising two-step.
The current production of To Kill a Mockingbird at Casa Manana is the first collaboration between the Fort Worth company and the Dallas Theater Center — in 53 years. How’s that for a novel with a message of tolerance? But there are other forms Mockingbird will be appearing here.
The DTC opens its season with a stripped-down but fancied up Tempest. It’s director Kevin Moriarty’s best Bard to date because stripped-down and fancied-up, it plays like a heartfelt fairy tale — thanks to a couple of truly moving performances.