We’re talking knitting, furniture building and the Museum of Electronic Wonders and Late-Night Grilled Cheese Parlor. Donald Judd? Minimalism? Hey, this is crafty Marfa by Etsy.
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And the one teacher who played the sunflower, his big moment on stage was moving his petals towards the sun. Then there’s the teacher who was romantically involved with a Russian novelist. In a past life. Welcome to the cast of Jesuit High’s spring one-acts.
You may have known him as Khan, battling Kirk, or Mr. Roarke, befriending tourists. But in his American film debut, Ricardo Montalban showed he also could dance.
We take a backstage look at how a world-premiere dance work, based on classic spirituals, takes shape. Complexions’ co-founder Dwight Rhoden talks about ‘Testament’ which debuts at the Winspear next week.
VIDEO: For Earth Day, documentary filmmaker Rob Tranchin goes back to a visit he made 10 years ago with Texas author John Graves – to talk about his Hill Country home.
The Fort Worth Symphony will perform Oscar-winning composer Tan Dun’s Water Concerto, so Think TV talks with splashy master percussionist David Cossin.
Next Thursday, Theatre 3 holds a 50th anniversary luncheon. For the occasion, we invited executive producer director Jac Alder to lend some wisdom about surviving – and succeeding — in the area theater scene for half-a-century. We ask why he and his late wife Norma Young ever started a theater and how Theatre 3 become one of our very few arts organizations to own its facility.
A Normal Day seems to be a couple of Germans with a lot of time on their hands to practice new, everyday-household tricks involving tossing, juggling, kicking, flipping, sliding and hackysacking. They show how some of the coolest little tricks are the ones you can do with a shrug.
Highlights include ‘Rent,’ ‘Ring of Fire’ – the Johnny Cash musical revue created by the guy who did ‘Ain’t Misbehavin” – and the ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ co-production with the Dallas Theater Center.
These are not the usual kind of kinetic sculptures, with cute automatons moving their piston arms. Reuben Margolin’s hand-made pieces use wood, pulleys and string to replicate sine waves. They’re simple and devilishly complicated, and the results are almost dreamlike.