A Q&A with Joshua King, Co-Founder of Aurora
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Here, YouTube rabbit-holes have become otherworldly and the Internet is the stage where the best…
Playwrights and filmmakers alike have a long history of creating art about creating art.
Deep Vellum Publishing Company's First Season
When Creep opens on Oct. 5 at WaterTower Theatre, a large cast of Londoners will…
The Rivalrous History of Fort Worth Theater
In his new work, an opera singer would perform the national anthem at the Super…
Giuseppe Penone at the Nasher
If you really think about it, there aren’t that many juicy roles for women.
Francisco Moreno at Erin Cluley
One Dallas theater group is helping to bridge the gender gap.
The Photography of Laura Wilson
A conversation with SYZYGY's Matt Albert
The second Dallas DanceFest will again bring together 20 troupes and soloists for three days…
Cate Blouke caught up with Senior Programming Manager David Denson to chat about the series,…
Kim Campbell thinks back to when he freelanced as a trombonist in North Texas orchestras.
Visions of the Apocalypse in Irrational City
Trey Egan at Cris Worley Fine Arts
The Rough Hospitality of Phyllida Barlow
Alan & Michael Fleming at Cydonia
The most significant challenge of a group exhibition is to unify the work, at least…
So what happens when a masterpiece by Paul Gauguin, specifically NafeaFaaIpoipo? (When Will You Marry?),…
Mass Appeal is a small, two-character play that has a lot to say.
After a two-year hiatus, Tom Holland has returned to Texas for his second solo exhibition…
Erika Jaeggli’s Meditation on the Fear of Missing Out
The otherworldly portraiture of Marjorie Schwarz
Mario Garcia Torres at the Modern
Liliana Bloch on art, artists and a lifetime of learning
Josephine Durkin on her journey from oboist to empathetic sculptor
Justyna Gorowska at Cydonia
Arthur Miller’s All My Sons at WaterTower Theatre
Art Peña's Vice Palace
Jesse Meraz at Ro2 Art through May 3, 2015
Mackie Louis (Caroline) and Nate Davis (Anthony) in I and You by Lauren Gunderson. Photo…
Rude Mechanicals see queso as a symbol of decadence.
The first-ever Soluna International Musical and Arts Festival is upon us.
Jonathan Schipper’s Explosion at Fort Worth Contemporary Arts
When a mentor challenged Andrew Hinderaker to write "an unproduceable play," he sought inspiration from…
Sam Reveles at Talley Dunn Gallery
Cara Mia Theatre Co. will stage Octavio Solis' Lydia from April 3-19