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2013 Stories by Audra Schroeder

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  • Margaret Atwood's Grecian Body of Work

    published May 30, 2013

    In our adolescence, we cling to those writers who can reach us. For some, that writer was George Orwell or Stephen King, Anne Rice or Stephen... More >>

  • Live Every Week Like It’s Shark Week

    published May 30, 2013

    The line between Tracy Morgan, the actor and comedian, and Tracy Jordan, his unpredictable, stubborn character on 30 Rock, got pretty... More >>

  • A No-Earplugs-Required Fest

    published May 30, 2013

    If you have yet to make it out to the Bath House Cultural Center (521 E. Lawther Drive) and fancy yourself a fan of theater, you now have roughly... More >>

  • Storytelling Pioneers

    published May 30, 2013

    A trip to the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame (1720 Gendy St., Fort Worth) is a must for anyone interested in Texas history, and its... More >>

  • Without A Full Deck

    published May 23, 2013

    More and more open-mic comedy nights are popping up in unexpected places around town, like The Amsterdam Bar and the Texas Theatre.... More >>

  • The Smartest Guys in the Theater

    published May 23, 2013

    Dallas has two excellent plays about power failures currently running: Dallas Theater Center’s colorful, charming Fly By Night, and... More >>

  • Chanting in the Champagne Room

    published May 23, 2013

    Did you know Deepak Chopra gave spiritual advice to 50 Cent? Why that relationship was never turned into a reality show is an unsolvable... More >>

  • The Broad Couple

    published May 23, 2013

    Dallas Theater Center’s recent production of Neil Simon’s 1965 play The Odd Couple, which focuses on the dynamic between... More >>

  • Where’s the Nightstand Bible?

    published May 23, 2013

    Dallas started gearing up for the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s assassination a year ago, and it will be interesting to see how much... More >>

  • Finally, A Sport You Haven’t Failed At

    published May 16, 2013

    Have you ever yearned to try curling, the Olympic sport that originated in medieval Scotland and involves strategically pushing stones across a... More >>

  • Proops And Props

    published May 16, 2013

    Most well-rounded humans spent lazy afternoons soundtracked by two things: Mr. Show and Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Originally a BBC... More >>

  • Just Playing Through

    published May 16, 2013

    Playing with the idea that the urban landscape can be used for more than just commerce, Red Bull is transforming downtown Dallas’ Victory... More >>

  • The Many Faces of Cindy

    published May 9, 2013

    You have one more month to take in Cindy Sherman’s 30-year career retrospective at the Dallas Museum of Art (1717 Harwood St.), which... More >>

  • Brew Down Bro Down

    published May 9, 2013

    Dallas sure has been in a festive mood lately. The North Texas Beer and Wine Festival continues the trend at the Irving Convention Center... More >>

  • Textual Relations

    published May 9, 2013

    Does the phrase book swap get you all hot and bothered? Then get thee to Fair Park’s tiniest project space, the Reading Room (3715... More >>

  • A High-Energy Collision

    published May 9, 2013

    Is there a more fitting acronym for an art show featuring Austin, Dallas and Denton artists than A.D.D.? Your attention will be... More >>

  • A Dark Look at Light Help

    published May 2, 2013

    Leslye Headland’s hit Broadway play Bachelorette was recently turned into a movie, starring Kirsten Dunst, Rebel Wilson, Isla Fisher... More >>

  • Honor The Unibrow

    published May 2, 2013

    Was Frida Kahlo the original Cindy Sherman? The Mexican artist’s self-portraits were certainly ahead of their time, and painted Kahlo as a... More >>

  • Can We Talk?!

    published May 2, 2013

    CentralTrak’s spring series of discussions has been getting blood flowing and brains oxygenating in terms of what we need to make Dallas a... More >>

  • Suck It, Chihuly

    published May 2, 2013

    Dallas artist Justin Ginsberg debuts his solo exhibition Mesophase at Ro2 Art (110 N. Akard St.) Friday. According to his statement,... More >>

  • Breaking Bad and Cracking Wise

    published April 25, 2013

    Boston’s Bill Burr is trying to keep the dignity of the working man’s comic alive. His stand-up sets often focus on the... More >>

  • It's Good To Be The Queen

    published April 25, 2013

    Dallas loves its burlesque. It’s almost hard to keep track of the who’s who when we see it literally every weekend. Thankfully, the... More >>

  • A Flair For Snare

    published April 25, 2013

    Ex Mus, CentralTrak’s (800 Exposition Ave.) experimental concert series, kicked off last fall with a local collective reinterpreting the... More >>

  • Turn On Your Heart Light

    published April 25, 2013

    In the time between her critically lauded 2011 play Tigers Be Still and her new musical Fly By Night, co-written with Michael... More >>

  • Yay! Blood Sports!

    published April 18, 2013

    Back in February, Hurst Conference Center (1601 Campus Drive, Hurst) hosted the first sold-out boxing match in Bud Light’s Pro Fight Series.... More >>

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