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.
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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?
When plans for announced for the Wyly Theatre, one of its biggest selling points was its versatility. This time-lapse video shows just how versatile it can be.
… it’ll do it late-night. And sometimes, perhaps, in full view of passersby. The famed sketch-comedy troupe from Chicago opens the Dallas Theater Center’s new season next week.
Rem Koolhaas, co-designer of the Wyly Theatre in the Arts District, has occasionally issued controversial manifestos. His newest one is the occasion for a clear-the-decks career analysis in The New York Review of Books.
Presented by Dallas Theater Center and Directed by Hal Brooks, Kim Rosenstock’s play Tigers Be Still is “a fierce comedy of suburban uproar.”
At TEDxSMU, audio professor Scott Douglas will talk about how new software makes lip-synching old hat. Is this a wonderful new bag of tricks or another music biz gimmick? It may depend on what you see as the performer’s job.
‘The Wiz’ is the first collaboration between the Dallas Theater Center and the Dallas Black Dance Theatre. It’s also the only production of ‘The Wiz’ to take some theatergoers on a trip to Oz, courtesy of director Kevin Moriarty’s movable audience sections. OK, so how does a choreographer deal with a stage that won’t stand still?
In 2012, the Dallas Opera will present its first chamber opera, Peter Maxwell Davies’ psychological thriller, ‘The Lighthouse,’ in the company’s first collaboration with the Dallas Theater Center.
This year will be the Dallas Black Dance Theatre’s 35th, so we talk with founder-director Ann Williams about surviving in North Texas, finally having a permanent home in the Arts District and what choreographer she still dreams of working with.