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2013 Stories by Audra Schroeder

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  • Happy Nerd Christmas!

    published April 18, 2013

    Record Store Day has its champions and detractors. Some suggest every day should be RSD, while others use the limited-edition special... More >>

  • An Operatic Rock Block

    published April 18, 2013

    Earlier this month, the Dallas Opera kicked off its spring season with a production of Puccini’s Turandot, which was high on style... More >>

  • Documentary Double-Up

    published April 18, 2013

    The Dallas International Film Festival has come and gone, and we only have two months until the Oak Cliff Film Festival unloads another warm... More >>

  • Freaky Puppets And Night Terrors

    published April 11, 2013

    The Ochre House (825 Exposition Ave.) is coming off a banner 2012, with productions of Party Mouth and Old attracting sell-out... More >>

  • Tapping The Local Scene

    published April 11, 2013

    Design District gastropub The Meddlesome Moth (1621 Oak Lawn Ave.) is kicking off spring in an indulgent fashion with Art, Small Bites & Brews:... More >>

  • Foul-Mouthed Skeptic Magicians

    published April 11, 2013

    Were Penn & Teller the original Mythbusters? They were often touted as magicians, and their act did include more traditional... More >>

  • Bobcat’s Nine Lives

    published April 4, 2013

    When people think of Bobcat Goldthwait, many still picture the wobbly-voiced spaz from the Police Academy films or One Crazy... More >>

  • His Stories > Your Stories

    published April 4, 2013

    National Geographic’s Boyd Matson is a throwback to ye olde days of the adventurer, when men wrestled lions in the Sahara,... More >>

  • We've Got Spirit

    published April 4, 2013

    The Ghost Sonata, Swedish playwright August Strindberg’s bleak chamber play, first produced in 1908, focuses on the inhabitants of an... More >>

  • Strayed On Life, Death And Sugar

    published April 4, 2013

    Cheryl Strayed had a pretty big 2012: Her memoir, Wild, was released, chronicling a journey across the Pacific Crest Trail in her... More >>

  • Gloria, I Think I Got Your Number

    published March 21, 2013

    Green Bandana Group has been throwing parties Dallas didn’t know it needed for a minute now, and it certainly carved out a spot in our... More >>

  • You Got Your Rat Pack in My Design District

    published March 21, 2013

    In the last year, contemporary art space Circuit 12 (1130 Dragon St., Suite 150) has raised the pulse of the Design District, thanks to gallery... More >>

  • Hancock Brings the Beat Back

    published March 21, 2013

    The Modern (3200 Darnell St., Fort Worth) has a stacked schedule for its Tuesday evening spring lecture series, and sharing dusk with... More >>

  • Undermain Comes Up For Air

    published March 7, 2013

    Undermain Theatre is currently in its “Season of the Myth,” and will be taking over the Dallas Museum of Art (1717 N. Harwood St.) for... More >>

  • Shero. Comic. Tough Broad.

    published March 7, 2013

    Piece of Work, the 2010 documentary on Joan Rivers, is a little more heartbreaking than you’d imagine. In it, we see Rivers,... More >>

  • Leave Your Diabetic Horse at Home

    published March 7, 2013

    Remember Half Baked? Just barely? Perfect. Harland Williams played Kenny, the guy who gets thrown in jail and ignites 120 minutes... More >>

  • Stay In the Loop

    published March 7, 2013

    It’s not often we say this, but there’s a great reason to go to Addison: The 2013 Out of the Loop Fringe Festival. WaterTower... More >>

  • Relax, Late-Night Reisers

    published February 28, 2013

    What has Paul Reiser been doing lately? That’s no doubt a question that causes you to wake up in a cold sweat at 2 a.m. So, to soothe... More >>

  • Eight Long Seconds

    published February 28, 2013

    Miss the Fort Worth rodeo already? The Dickies Iron Cowboy IV hits Cowboys Stadium in Arlington (1 Legends Way) this Saturday, bringing you... More >>

  • He Never Saw That Gypsy Coming

    published February 28, 2013

    Tommy, the Who’s 1975 musical based on their 1969 album of the same name, has been psychoanalyzed, contextualized, repurposed... More >>

  • It Came From Below

    published February 28, 2013

    The Perot Museum of Nature and Science (2201 N. Field St.) recently opened its Hoglund Foundation Theater, a nearly 300-seat space boasting both... More >>

  • Happy Birthday, Art Baby!

    published February 14, 2013

    Red Arrow Contemporary (1130 Dragon St.) has quite the spring/summer schedule lined up, but before we race ahead, the Dragon Street art... More >>

  • Pizza, Weed And Finals? Begin Scene!

    published February 14, 2013

    Even with the stream of talent that has come from Chicago’s revered improv school The Second City (Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Amy Sedaris),... More >>

  • Double Exposure

    published February 7, 2013

    Synergy is the name of the game at Friday’s Artful Musings event at the Dallas Museum of Art (1717 N. Harwood St.), as photographer... More >>

  • Nice Day For A... Blood Wedding

    published February 7, 2013

    Teatro Dallas (1331 Record Crossing Road) kicks February off with a tribute to Spanish poet Federico García Lorca and his 1933 play... More >>

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