Of all the changes to come out of the pandemic, having an audience be closer to its performers is not one many dance groups anticipated. But Katie Puder, Avant Chamber Ballet’s artistic director, is thrilled with this outcome for her company.
It can be argued that wrestling is a form of theater, with its dramatic storylines, thrilling choreography, and powerful characters.
Works stemming from the massive public artwork, including sculptures and a film, are displayed in the exhibit FOCUS: Jill Magid at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which runs through March 20.
Opera’s grandeur will at last come back to the Winspear Opera House on Feb. 18, when TDO revives its production of Giacomo Puccini’s Madame Butterfly (through Feb. 26).
North Texas has a new ballet company, but don’t expect a production of Swan Lake or The Nutcracker. “I love those ballets; I’ve performed them as a professional,” says Diana Crowder, Artistic Director and Founder of Pegasus Contemporary Ballet.
Frances Stark hasn’t been this angry and disillusioned with the state of the world in a while—if ever. That’s evident in FOCUS: Frances Stark of the artist’s paintings on display at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth through January 9.
“It’s surreal to think that the start of our 45th anniversary began with our Jacob’s Pillow debut,” says DBDT artistic director Melissa M. Young.