Today in the roundup: Previews of a couple of musical experiences tonight, plus more on Ken Price at the Nasher.
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They’ve commissioned artworks for 10 public sites around Dallas — with artists from LA, New York, the Netherlands — and Texas. Plus, a video introducing the artists.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing ‘Memphis the Musical,’ condemning the glare and congratulations to a local community design center.
Ken Price’s sculptures look like radioactive alien life forms. Wild, whimsical yet wickedly precise. The show is the first full-career retrospective at the Nasher – and it ran into that little sunlight problem they’ve been having.
KERA reporter BJ Austin caught up with Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings today for an update on the Nasher/Museum Tower negotiations.
Today in the roundup: How the Nasher is making adjustments to protect its Ken Price show, a Dallas arts patron is honored and debating the merits of ‘Downton Abbey.’
How does a composer tackle a topic like the JFK assassination? In this video, Steven Mackey explains his thinking behind “One Red Rose,” co-commissioned by the Nasher.
Next November, Dallas will hear two new classical works marking the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination – one by an 18-year-old Chinese-American prodigy, the other from a Grammy-winning composer.
Today in the roundup: Local holiday music, the show that’s overrun the Nasher and Constantine Maroulis on Jekyll & Hyde.
Today in the roundup: Dallas Theater Center’s place in the state, Texas Ballet Theater updates The Nutcracker and a wide-ranging conversation on the nature of art.