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Friday Morning Roundup

A masterpiece returns to the DMA, the Toadies have big plans and a look at Will Power’s new play.

Wednesday Morning Roundup

A playwright’s workshop, a co-op acquisition between Dallas and Houston art museums and our annual public blow-out of light-and-sound installations downtown: How’s all that for a Wednesday roundup?

Will Power and Will Shakespeare

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Just in time for the Olympics’ opening ceremony, hip-hop playwright and SMU artist-in-residence Will Power has set Caliban’s words to a different rhythm.

Now SMU's Got the Power …

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Will Power, that is, the hip-hop playwright and performer who already was a Meadows Prize-winner at SMU. He’s got a new job now.

Wednesday Morning Roundup

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Today in the roundup: Dallas Film Society seeks new leader, a Meadows Prize winner debuts new work and a KERA staffer knocks ‘em dead.

Will Power to Collaborate with Dallas Theater Center

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The hip-hop theater artist and recent recipient of SMU’s Meadows Prize will develop a new piece for the Theater Center during his residency next year.

Meadows Prize Winners Announced

SMU’s Meadows Prize is only two years old but it’s made a name for itself for its requirements and the unconventional artists chosen as winners. Jerome Weeks talks to Jose Bowen, dean of the Meadows School of the Arts, about the prize and the winners, a choreographer-designer and a hip-hop playwright.

The Wyly Gala

Bruce Willis easily played the easy-going host — funny, how the role suited him — for several hundred high-paying theatergoers Wednesday night at the Wyly Theatre’s opening gala, the first of several galas this week at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. Audience members included Mayor Tom Leppert, Jerry Jones and the architects themselves, Rem Koolhaas […]