Monsters & Mayhem at the McNay
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Monsters & Mayhem at the McNay

San Antonio’s McNay Art Museum has been transformed into a haunted house for the Halloween…

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A New Era: Jeffrey Schmidt at Theatre Three
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A New Era: Jeffrey Schmidt at Theatre Three

When Jeffrey Schmidt began planning his first season as artistic director of Theatre Three, he…

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Growing from Within: Bruce Wood’s Legacy Alive in Journeys
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Growing from Within: Bruce Wood’s Legacy Alive in Journeys

Three years after the death of choreographer Bruce Wood, his Dallas dance company is thriving.…

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Breaking Stereotypes with a Smile: Danielle Georgiou’s <em>Donkey Beach</em>
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Breaking Stereotypes with a Smile: Danielle Georgiou’s Donkey Beach

Danielle Georgiou’s current obsession is the Disney Channel musical Teen Beach Movie.

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It Happened in Texas: A New Take on <em>Inherit the Wind</em> at DTC
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It Happened in Texas: A New Take on Inherit the Wind at DTC

It’s difficult to imagine a time when all professional theater in the country emanated from…

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Doing Well By Doing Good: Dallas Black Dance Theatre at 40
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Doing Well By Doing Good: Dallas Black Dance Theatre at 40

Forty years in the business – that fact has quietly crept up on Dallas Black…

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Paul Taylor Company Connections at SMU and Eisemann Center
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Paul Taylor Company Connections at SMU and Eisemann Center

When they were students at Southern Methodist University in the 1990s, Michael Trusnovec and Annmaria…

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Avant Chamber Ballet: Look How Far They’ve Come
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Avant Chamber Ballet: Look How Far They’ve Come

Katie Cooper didn’t expect success to arrive so quickly. “I’m surprised how fast it has…

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Willy Shives at the Helm: Ballet San Antonio’s Next Chapter
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Willy Shives at the Helm: Ballet San Antonio’s Next Chapter

The timing couldn’t have been better. Retired dancer Willy Shives had been working his way…

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Three Premieres & Fresh Energy: Dallas Black Dance Theatre Moves Forward
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Three Premieres & Fresh Energy: Dallas Black Dance Theatre Moves Forward

Though it has been without an official artistic director for several months, Dallas Black Dance…

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Moving Forward: A Revival & New Works at Bruce Wood Dance Project
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Moving Forward: A Revival & New Works at Bruce Wood Dance Project

In the midst of its fifth season, Dallas' Bruce Wood Dance Project is about to…

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Dallas DanceFest Returns
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Dallas DanceFest Returns

The second Dallas DanceFest will again bring together 20 troupes and soloists for three days…

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Fresh Works & Five Poems: Ben Stevenson Changes Things Up at Texas Ballet Theater
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Spiraling Upward
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Spiraling Upward

Dancing to Remember
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Dancing to Remember

Dancing at the Edge of the World
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If You Dare
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If You Dare

Danielle Georgiou Gets NICE
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Danielle Georgiou Gets NICE

Dreaming Big
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Dreaming Big

Artistic director Gabriel Zertuche calls Ballet San Antonio “the little company that can.”

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Now is the Time
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Now is the Time

“It’s the best dance festival ever!” arts patron and producer Gayle Halperin says with a…

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Bruce Wood
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Bruce Wood

The TITAS Season
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The TITAS Season

It made sense last year when TITAS director Charles Santos cut back on music programs…

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The Vision Continues
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The Vision Continues

In the 37 years since Ann Williams took a risk and launched the company, Dallas…

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