Taking Over the Urban Canvas
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Taking Over the Urban Canvas

From A – Z: Abracadabra to Zombies
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From A – Z: Abracadabra to Zombies

Here, YouTube rabbit-holes have become otherworldly and the Internet is the stage where the best…

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Undermain Theatre gets Meta in The Droll Or, a Stage Play about the END of Theatre
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Undermain Theatre gets Meta in The Droll Or, a Stage Play about the END of Theatre

Playwrights and filmmakers alike have a long history of creating art about creating art.

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On Translation in Texas
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On Translation in Texas

Donald Fowler, Jack the Ripper and a Dallas-born musical: WaterTower Theatre Premieres Creep
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Donald Fowler, Jack the Ripper and a Dallas-born musical: WaterTower Theatre Premieres Creep

When Creep opens on Oct. 5 at WaterTower Theatre, a large cast of Londoners will…

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Entertainment + Education:  The Rivalrous History of Fort Worth Theater
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Dream Team: Terrence McNally and Jake Heggie Collaborate on Great Scott at Dallas Opera
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Dream Team: Terrence McNally and Jake Heggie Collaborate on Great Scott at Dallas Opera

In his new work, an opera singer would perform the national anthem at the Super…

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Rejecting Spectacle
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Rejecting Spectacle

Women First at WingSpan Theatre
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Women First at WingSpan Theatre

If you really think about it, there aren’t that many juicy roles for women.

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Art as Process
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Art as Process

Women Win at Dallas’ Echo Theatre: A Conversation with Briana Pozner
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Women Win at Dallas’ Echo Theatre: A Conversation with Briana Pozner

The Reality of the West
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The Reality of the West

The Importance of New Music
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The Importance of New Music

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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AT&T Performing Arts Center Gears up for Season Two of their Off Broadway on Flora’s Series
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AT&T Performing Arts Center Gears up for Season Two of their Off Broadway on Flora’s Series

Cate Blouke caught up with Senior Programming Manager David Denson to chat about the series,…

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Dallas Winds Celebrates 30 Years With More to Come
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Dallas Winds Celebrates 30 Years With More to Come

Kim Campbell thinks back to when he freelanced as a trombonist in North Texas orchestras.

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Have a Nice Day
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Have a Nice Day

Wise with the Feeling
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Wise with the Feeling

Room for Failure
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Room for Failure

A Study in Identity
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A Study in Identity

A Certain Displacement
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A Certain Displacement

The most significant challenge of a group exhibition is to unify the work, at least…

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Aaron Krach:  Will You Come Back?
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Aaron Krach: Will You Come Back?

So what happens when a masterpiece by Paul Gauguin, specifically NafeaFaaIpoipo?  (When Will You Marry?),…

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Mass Appeal given faithful production at Circle Theatre
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Mass Appeal given faithful production at Circle Theatre

Tom Holland: Now…and a little bit of history
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Tom Holland: Now…and a little bit of history

After a two-year hiatus, Tom Holland has returned to Texas for his second solo exhibition…

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FOMO
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FOMO

The Imperceptible Essence
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The Imperceptible Essence

Conceptually Uniting Past and Present
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Looking for Something New
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Looking for Something New

Fashioner of Form
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Fashioner of Form

A Tenuous Relationship with Self
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Life During Wartime
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Life During Wartime

DIY In Dallas
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DIY In Dallas

Haute Fauxx
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Haute Fauxx

I and You and Her: Lauren Gunderson at Circle Theatre
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I and You and Her: Lauren Gunderson at Circle Theatre

Mackie Louis (Caroline) and Nate Davis (Anthony) in I and You  by Lauren Gunderson. Photo…

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Tap Dancing, Decadence, and a Queso Fountain: Rude Mechs Make Their Dallas Debut
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Merging Music: Dallas Symphony’s Soluna Festival Takes Flight
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Merging Music: Dallas Symphony’s Soluna Festival Takes Flight

Questioning the Art Object
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Questioning the Art Object

The Glory of the Game: Dallas Theater Center’s Colossal Addresses the Theater of Football
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The Glory of the Game: Dallas Theater Center’s Colossal Addresses the Theater of Football

When a mentor challenged Andrew Hinderaker to write "an unproduceable play," he sought inspiration from…

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New Drawings
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New Drawings

Next up at AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Elevator Project Cara Mia Stages Octavio Solis’ Lydia
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