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The Audacity of Love: Southside With You Imagines Barack and Michelle's FIrst Date

4 years ago by April Wolfe
Just like there’s a bizarro internet where Donald Trump is celebrated as a warm, loving, generous, successful businessman who really wants to earn a Purple Heart, I wonder if there's also a bizarro, ravenous audience awaiting a feature-film reenactment of Donald and Melania’s epic first date. (He literally tricked his...
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Food News: Audacity Brew House Is Closing, and Dean & Deluca Isn't Coming to Plano After All

2 years ago by Beth Rankin
There's good and bad news in this week's roundup of DFW restaurant events. Let's start with the bad: Audacity Brew House, Denton's first brewery, is closing Nov. 11, the Denton Record-Chronicle reports. The brewery opened in 2014. The announcement was made in a note from owner-brewer Doug Smith to investors...
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Audacity Solo Salon Offers Early Glimpses at Three Solo Stage Works

6 years ago by Danielle Georgiou
In May, Brad McEntire and Audacity Theatre Lab brought eight artists and eight solo shows to town and stacked them all together inside the Margo Jones Theatre. For the first festival of its kind here, Dallas Solo Fest went well. So well, in fact, that McEntire has devised a quarterly...
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21 Things To Do in Dallas This Week

9 months ago by The Mixmaster
Wednesday Sculpting a seemingly timeless vacuum between noise, metal and classical minimalism, Earth’s music is nothing if not brutally austere. This is metal ruthlessly denuded. With all the superfluous components deleted, all the ornate plumage slashed and burned, rock is given a new form, a sound-for-sound's sake gauntlet that’s equally...
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Oral Fixation Storytellers Tell the Tales of Racism in Dallas

9 months ago by Christina Hughes Babb
Changing deep-rooted, damaging beliefs associated with race is a difficult task. Trickier still is opening eyes blind to their existence, even in the face of recent episodes of racial violence. Racism regularly reminds us it is alive and well in Dallas, feeding on intolerance, micro-aggressions and detachment. Two Dallas women,...
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Charlie Chaplin's The Great Dictator Gets a Timely Update at Festival of Independent Theatres

3 years ago by Katy Lemieux
A yearly showcase of small theater companies is making its return to the Bath House Cultural Center at the edge of White Rock Lake. Wingspan Theater Company founded the Festival of Independent Theatres in 1998  to aid local theater companies without permanent performance spaces. The festival begins this week and...
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Dallas Solo Fest's First Weekend Was Filled With Strong Performances

5 years ago by Elaine Liner
Audacity Productions’ Dallas Solo Fest at the Margo Jones Theatre in Fair Park is presenting its second celebration of short shows written and performed by brave souls who aren’t afraid to go it alone. The standouts from the first weekend of the eight-show festival were Jill Vice’s Tipped & Tipsy...
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21 Best Things to Do in Dallas This Week

3 years ago by The Mixmaster
Thursday Fort Worth band Quaker City Night Hawks attributes its success to its brand of rock 'n' roll, which has roots in Texas boogie with a Memphis-like soul and heavy blues sound. The foursome made waves throughout North Texas when it formed in 2009 and dubs its music the "spirit...
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Best Theatrical Comeback

Margo Jones Theatre

For too long, the Margo Jones Theatre in the middle of Fair Park went unused by theater artists. As the Magnolia Lounge, it was a visitors' center for the State Fair. But Dallas theater director Matt Tomlanovich had ideas for how to turn one of America's landmark small theaters back...
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Dallas First City Outside NYC to Launch Public Works, Giving Non-Actors a Chance at Shakespeare

3 years ago by Katy Lemieux
This weekend, Dallas will become the first city outside of New York to participate in the Public Works project, which taps hundreds of non-actors for productions of Shakespeare. The first play being tackled here is The Tempest. According to Dayron Miles, who moved here to head up Public Works Dallas, the...

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