Ever since archaeologists found the remains of the Rose Theater in 1989 — where Christopher Marlowe’s dramas were once enacted — there’s been an explosion of research into the Elizabethan playhouses. Scholars still haven’t answered many puzzles — they’re not even certain how many sides the Globe had. But they’ve found some of the first concrete clues to what the theaters were like, what stage life was like. London archaeologist Julian Bowsher gave a lecture Thursday at the Dallas Museum of Art — and spoke to Think.
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Tired of commercial radio? Ready for some local music? Then mark 7 a.m. Nov. 9 on your calendar. That’s the day we launch KXT 91.7 – a new station devoted entirely to music. And with a commitment to local music programming — each and every day.
Tired of what you hear on commercial radio? Ready for some locally programmed music? Then mark 7 a.m. Nov. 9 on your calendar. That’s the day KXT 91.7 launches – a station devoted entirely to music. In addition to the new station’s name, launch date and call letters (KKXT), KERA is also announcing some details [...]
Hi ! This is our first night of blogging. Here is the playlist for tonite. Got any ideas for music or artists that you want to share ? Let me know your suggestions, and tasteful comments. Lets have some fun tonite! Martha Wainwright –”Bleeding All Over You” –I Know Your Married But I Have Feelings [...]
North Texas’ newest public radio station will broadcast a music format known as Adult Album Alternative, or Triple A. What will it sound like?
Good question. Dave Chaney is the editor of triplearadio.com, a resource website. Chaney has followed this format for years, yet he struggles for a definition.
KERA radio story: Expanded online story: After 13 years away, KERA is returning to the music business. The North Texas NPR affiliate has bought the station, 91.7 FM, KVTT (“The Truth”) from Covenant Educational Media, Inc. for $18 million. KERA will maintain its popular news-and-public affairs programming, while the new station will broadcast full-time music [...]
One side of the Wyly Theatre, showing criss-cross concrete supports Read about the Arts District’s “Glass Skins” KERA radio story: Expanded online story: [sound of hammering] Those are the last few bolts being hammered out of a giant support column at the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre in the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts. [...]
National Public Radio is significantly expanding the books coverage on NPR.org, says Publishers Weekly. They’ll run weekly book reviews and, to that end, have hired six new book reviewers, including Jessa Crispin, creator of the well-known, tart-tongued book blog, Bookslut, and John Freeman, former head of the National Book Critics Circle and a popular freelancer [...]
The following is a theater review by KERA’s critic at large, Jerome Weeks. It airs December 20 on KERA’s Morning Edition. The Undermain Theatre has long been expert at presenting dark, ironic works, their basement space becoming a troll’s cave where the theater takes full advantage of the dank atmosphere and the ghostly lights. But [...]