Differences Intertwined: Teresa Margolles at UTEP Rubin Center for Visual Arts
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Differences Intertwined: Teresa Margolles at UTEP Rubin Center for Visual Arts

How might artists use their work to create connections across difference in these difficult times?…

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Balance in the Fog of Memory: Angel Otero at CAMH
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Balance in the Fog of Memory: Angel Otero at CAMH

Angel Otero: Everything and Nothing, on view at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston through March…

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Modern Spanish Art From The Asociación Colección Arte Contemporáneo at The Meadows Museum
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Modern Spanish Art From The Asociación Colección Arte Contemporáneo at The Meadows Museum

An exhibition on the development of modern art in Spain from 1915-1957 recently landed at…

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All About the Music: Tchaikovsky’s <i>Eugene Onegin</i> at the Dallas Opera
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All About the Music: Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin at the Dallas Opera

A scene from The Dallas Opera’s Eugene Onegin. Credit: Karen Almond/Dallas Opera The piano is…

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Judging Judgement of Fools at Horse Head Theatre
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WOWZA: <em>Funnyman </em> at Circle Theatre Scratches Below Comedy’s Surface
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WOWZA: Funnyman at Circle Theatre Scratches Below Comedy’s Surface

The title, Funnyman, is a little misleading. Sure, this tightly-structured work by Philadelphia playwright Bruce…

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Randy Twaddle at Moody Gallery
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Randy Twaddle at Moody Gallery

Randy Twaddle’s work has long managed to tightrope that yawning maw between conceptually acerbic and…

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Skin
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Skin

Here and Now
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Here and Now

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

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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<em>If/Then</em> Can’t Have It Both Ways
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If/Then Can’t Have It Both Ways

If/Then is a new touring musical aptly titled for it has two dueling personalities. It…

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Mirrors for Princes
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Mirrors for Princes

Love and Loss: <em>The Bridges of Madison County</em> at TUTS
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Love and Loss: The Bridges of Madison County at TUTS

Flawed Characters
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Flawed Characters

Contingent Beauty
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Contingent Beauty

Take the trip to Clarkston
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Take the trip to Clarkston

In Clarkston, now playing an extended premier run at Dallas Theater Center through Jan 31,…

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<em>Blood Wedding</em>
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Blood Wedding

Lorem Ipsum at SMU ’s Pollock Gallery
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Lorem Ipsum at SMU ’s Pollock Gallery

The brainchild of Pollock Curatorial Fellow Danielle Avram and co-curated by UTA’s Benjamin Lima and…

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The Timelessness of Political Art
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The Timelessness of Political Art

Life Machine
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Life Machine

Rothko’s Rothkos
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Rothko’s Rothkos

At the time of Mark Rothko’s death in 1970, nearly eight hundred works restedquietly in…

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Almost Nothing
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Almost Nothing

Light of the Midnight Sun
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Light of the Midnight Sun

Erika Blumenfeld’s photography and video installations, on view through Oct. 17 at Dallas’ Zhulong Gallery,…

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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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28 Chinese
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28 Chinese

A young Chinese artist’s reaction to Western contemporary art, a nod to tradition and the…

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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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How She Got Good
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How She Got Good

Struggles with ownership, validation, and identity permeate the work presented in the predominately video and…

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Speed, Skeletons & Flying Dancers
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Speed, Skeletons & Flying Dancers

Have a Nice Day
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Have a Nice Day

Pippin Pure Pleasure at Dallas Summer Musicals
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Pippin Pure Pleasure at Dallas Summer Musicals

Finding one’s purpose in life is a natural part of the human experience, and often…

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A Study in Identity
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A Study in Identity

Performing Poetry
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Performing Poetry

Displacement
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Displacement

collaborative married couple Daniel Gray and Billi London-Gray, a nomadic pair of artists, have called…

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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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Sun Still Shines on Annie
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Sun Still Shines on Annie

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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Rural Realism
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Rural Realism