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Friday Pop quiz time! Without resorting to Google, name three ballets. Swan Lake, OK, that's pretty obvious. Yeah, The Nutcracker's another. Easy peasy, since Christmas is only two months away and that thing gets performed, like, a zillion times. ...
4 days ago | Things To Do
ThursdayBy now, we know what to expect from House Party Theatre: surprises and unexpectedly good theater. The nontraditional theater company has racked up accolades since its inception in 2014, putting together smart and concise pieces that range ...
6 days ago | Arts & Culture News
JD Miller — Absence of Color Samuel Lynne Galleries 1105 Dragon St. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays until Nov. 11 Free Far from his usual vibrant paintings, local artist, musician and gallery owner JD Miller embraces a monochromatic palet...
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Friday Reckon with Dallas’ spooky past this Halloween season during Dallas Trolley Tours’ Haunted History Tour, which rolls through some of Big D’s most dreaded, despairing sites beginning at 7 p.m. Fridays from through Oct. 27. Trolleys have plen...
11 days ago | Arts & Culture News
A Light in the City Museum of Biblical Art 7500 Park Lane 6-10 p.m. Thursday $49-$75 Art House Dallas has spent seven years connecting artists to faith, creativity and each other. The organization headed by Cary Pierce (of Jack-O-Pierce fame) emph...
11 days ago | Things To Do
Thursday In relationships, each party changes its shape and its role with regard to the other as time progresses. Texas artist Greg Piazza addresses this adaptation in Subjective Juncture, which opens with a reception from 5:30-9 p.m. Thursday and...