Vice Palace Shuts Down in Dallas, Vice Palace Tapes Live On
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Vice Palace Shuts Down in Dallas, Vice Palace Tapes Live On

Arthur Peña’s roving venue, Vice Palace, will shut its hypothetical doors after four shows in…

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Timeless Details: James Buss at Holly Johnson Gallery
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Timeless Details: James Buss at Holly Johnson Gallery

Installation shot of James Buss: The Poem’s Four Corners Credit: Todora Photography Artist and Fort…

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Pierre Huyghe Wins 2017 Nasher Prize, the Foremost International Sculpture Honor
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Pierre Huyghe Wins 2017 Nasher Prize, the Foremost International Sculpture Honor

Pierre Huyghe, Cambrian Explosion, 2014, Live marine ecosystem, Photo credit: Stefan Altenburger Photography, Zürich Monday…

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Opera in Israel with Dallas Connections
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Opera in Israel with Dallas Connections

Hannah Munitz's face lit up when I asked her about the Israeli Opera’s production of…

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Juicy roles bring Stephen Costello back to Dallas Opera
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Juicy roles bring Stephen Costello back to Dallas Opera

Stephen Costello thinks back to when he agreed to perform in a then-unfinished opera.

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Collages of Consumption: Lucie Stahl at Dallas Museum of Art
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Collages of Consumption: Lucie Stahl at Dallas Museum of Art

Lucie Stahl, Critic’s Pick, 2014, Inkjet print, aluminum, epoxy resin. The next person you see…

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Some Memories are Painful: Jenny Vogel at The Reading Room
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Some Memories are Painful: Jenny Vogel at The Reading Room

Jenny Vogel, In the Absence of Bodies. Installation view. Photos by Kevin Todora. Jenny Vogel…

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‘Dreamless’ Is a Simple Play With a Big Heart
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‘Dreamless’ Is a Simple Play With a Big Heart

Dreamless, the latest at Ochre House Theater, is a loosely drawn sketch of a play.…

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Color Fields: Gabriel Dawe Branches Out At Amon Carter
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Color Fields: Gabriel Dawe Branches Out At Amon Carter

Gabriel Dawe spent two weeks in August scaling the Amon Carter Museum of American Art’s…

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Artspace Crackdown in Dallas
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Artspace Crackdown in Dallas

Popular Politics: Kathryn Andrews at Nasher Sculpture Center
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Popular Politics: Kathryn Andrews at Nasher Sculpture Center

As you approach the President’s desk in the Oval Office, a reflective chrome cylinder sits…

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Daring Dance in Dallas: Charles Santos on the 2016/17 TITAS Season
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Daring Dance in Dallas: Charles Santos on the 2016/17 TITAS Season

Dallas is a strong dance city for many reasons, TITAS Presents at AT&T Performing Arts…

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Anna Bogatin:  New Paintings at Holly Johnson Gallery
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Anna Bogatin: New Paintings at Holly Johnson Gallery

In Anna Bogatin’s second solo show, on view through July 30 at Holly Johnson Gallery…

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Art Out of Water:  Paola Pivi at Dallas Contemporary
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Art Out of Water: Paola Pivi at Dallas Contemporary

As museums today compete for social media attention, Dallas Contemporary currently finds itself pulling ahead…

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<em>Letters without an Address</em>:  K. Yoland Explores Dallas’ Hidden History
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Letters without an Address: K. Yoland Explores Dallas’ Hidden History

In the spring of 1921, the recently established Dallas chapter of the Ku Klux Klan…

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Fresh Air:  Barry Whistler moves to the Design District
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Fresh Air: Barry Whistler moves to the Design District

Barry Whistler Gallery was a fixture in Deep Ellum for nearly 30 years so it…

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After All:  Joel Shapiro at the Nasher
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After All: Joel Shapiro at the Nasher

In celebration of the American sculptor Joel Shapiro, the Nasher Sculpture Center, which holds six…

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The Troublemakers: A young generation of Dallas theater makers pursue socio-political activism in their work
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The Troublemakers: A young generation of Dallas theater makers pursue socio-political activism in their work

In Dallas, a generation of young playwrights is beginning to flex dramatic muscle in pursuit…

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Show Up:  Richard Thompson
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Show Up: Richard Thompson

Thompson’s upcoming exhibit with Fort Worth’s William Campbell Contemporary Art, Perfect: Part 1, May 19-June…

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The Main Feeling
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The Main Feeling

Spoilers
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Spoilers

Theater for Right Now: DTC’s New Season
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Theater for Right Now: DTC’s New Season

“We look around the world we live in, at topics that are relevant in the…

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Classics & Connections: The Dallas Opera’s 2016/17 Season
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Classics & Connections: The Dallas Opera’s 2016/17 Season

The Dallas Opera's 60th season is back to basics, with three classics of the Western…

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Collaboration Defines Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Festival
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Collaboration Defines Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s SOLUNA Festival

Collaboration happens in the arts, especially in the performing arts, whether the artists involved enjoy…

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Skin
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Skin

A New Weapon in the Cedars
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A New Weapon in the Cedars

The Masque of the Red Death
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th
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Dallas Art Fair: Student Sunday on April 17th

The Dallas Art Fair in collaboration with Arts+Culture Texas magazine announces Student Sunday on April…

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In Your Face
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In Your Face

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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Sightings
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Sightings

Fort Worth Opera Comes Into its Own
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Fort Worth Opera Comes Into its Own

There’s a lot for the Fort Worth Opera Festival to celebrate this year: the company…

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Here and Now
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Here and Now

New Music in Dallas: Voices of Change Lives Up to its Name
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New Music in Dallas: Voices of Change Lives Up to its Name

Playing in the Dallas Symphony, Dallas Opera Orchestra and other ensembles offers plenty of fulfillment.…

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A Universal Story
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A Universal Story

Long Day’s Journey into Night
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Long Day’s Journey into Night

What comes next Dallas?
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What comes next Dallas?

Timeless & Universal: Dallas Theater Center’s <em>Romeo and Juliet</em>
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Timeless & Universal: Dallas Theater Center’s Romeo and Juliet

Joel Ferrell, Associate Artistic Director at Dallas Theater Center, is at the helm of a…

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Circle Theatre’s <em>Clever Little Lies</em> holds true to form
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Circle Theatre’s Clever Little Lies holds true to form

And while the New York production may have been a stroll down memory lane, the…

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The Potential of Light
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The Potential of Light