Thick black smoke clouds engulf the large canvas mural that dominates the entrance of artist Anna Mayer’s solo exhibition, Forms of Inheritance, on view through May 8 at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC).
Together Young and Drew laid out three-month, six-month, and one-year plans, even before they knew how long the pandemic might keep the curtains down.
Nearly a year into the global pandemic, it’s likely we can all relate to the idea of the imagination as a passport.
The Carter Community Artists initiative was established in 2018 by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
The new artistic director of Dallas’s Second Thought Theatre is addressing the virtual audience of STEP: Second Thought Emerging Playwrights.
The Fort Worth Symphony will spotlight Antonín Dvořák’s melodious but unfamiliar Serenade in E major on Jan. 8-10. The same weekend, Dallas Symphony performances of Dmitri Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony in A-flat--a supersized version of the composer’s Quartet No. 10--will show how intense a string ensemble can be. The Houston Symphony will partner with onetime prodigy, now mature artist Midori in Beethoven’s Violin Concerto on Jan. 15-17.
The Dallas Opera had just begun rehearsals for a landmark event: the company’s first production in more than 30 years of Giuseppe Verdi’s Don Carlo, a drama whose challenges tower nearly as high as its musical splendors.
Somewhere near the end of the first act of Stages’ sweet and nostalgic production of the classic musical The Fantasticks when a happy ending tableau had arrived but an entire second act still remained to follow, I couldn’t stop thinking of that likely-apocryphal story about the cosmologist confronting a turtle infinity.