2 days ago | Arts & Culture News
This week, quite a few stories broke in the Dallas arts that were surprising and for the most part, pretty awesome. From the announcement of the recipient of a $100,000 international prize for sculpture to the resignation of the city's leading art...
3 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday, Oct. 1 Deep Vellum's Tram 83 Reading In Tram 83 Fiston Mwazna Mujilla, with the help of translator Roland Glasser, conveys all the grit and even the occasional glamor of an unnamed African city with a distinctly musical voice, something ...
6 days ago | Arts & Culture News
This morning, Dr. Maxwell, L. Anderson, who you know as the guy who has been running the Dallas Museum of Art, stepped down from his post. He will be taking a position as Director of Grant Programs with the New Cities Foundation, an organiza...
9 days ago | Theater
Imagine a world in which the actors are the greatest rebels and theater is contraband. This is the world of Meg Miroshink’s new play, The Droll (Or, a Stage Play about the END of Theatre), which has its world premiere at Undermain Theatre Saturday...
10 days ago | Theater
When talking about Dry Land, director Sarah Hamilton explains, "It's not necessarily an abortion play, but it's clear from the first scene that an abortion is going to happen." The latest show from Upstart Productions, which opens Friday night in ...
10 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday, Sept. 24 The Droll Anyone who has fallen in love with theater will likely rhapsodize about the anticipation when the lights grow dark and the curtain rises. Or exactly what play or musical it was. And for them, or us, imagining a world w...