A new alternative gallery gives the status quo a heave-ho
If you want to see Dallas artist Lynn Rushton's work, you'll have to go to Austin
Tribute to Big Tex
Don Juan in Chicago
Between Pancho Villa and a Naked Woman lies one helluva sex comedy
Deep Ellum Center for the Arts is closing its doors
Lorca's Butterfly may have too much color
Our Endeavors puts the finishing touches of evil to Lorca's play
Local stage productions excelled in 1999 -- but where are the crowds?
Art lovers; Justice at work
Gorey -- and gory -- stories for all
Twenty-eight years after its creation, the once-proud USA Film Festival has lost its focus. Can, and will, two new area film fests fill the void?
Jimmy, Jimmy is quite contrary to Fornes' latest
The man confronting you in the lobby of your apartment building just may be an artist
Good gone bad; Art for dummies; The anti-Marlboro man
The Deep Ellum Center for the Arts is celebrating its first year. If it can't figure out what it wants to be, it may also be its last.
Guerrilla tactics; The teacher as artist; Mastered disaster
Two Dallas actors have written one-man shows that put the art in performance art
The Toadies finish off Liberty; Deep Ellum Center for the Arts gets Musically Incorrect; Broose bows out
May 27 - June 2, 1999
WaterTower's splendid production of Three Days of Rain makes you expect more from this theater company
Undaunted by last year's tepid reception, our theater critic presents his awards to local theater artists again
Two companies stage comebacks of the theatrical revue with mixed results
September 10 - 16, 1998
Deep Ellum's legendary Theatre Gallery will reopen as the Center for the Arts. The question is, which arts?