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Texas Ballet Theater Spring Festival this Weekend! Come celebrate Spring with Texas Ballet Theater at at the AT&T Performing Arts Center's Wyly Th...
Summer is taunting us, with its beady eyes peeking around every corner, so to relish these final fleeting days of spring, the Texas Ballet Theater ...
Val Kilmer spent a chilly November evening on stage at the Hall of State last year. The Dallas Film Society honored the Real Genius actor with a Star Award and we spent the night half-drunk, listening to him answer questions about his career. It... More »
You might have noticed a new sitcom is coming out starring Kelsey Grammar and Martin Lawrence. It’s an Odd Couple-inspired thing with the potential to pound a final nail in the coffin for Neil Simon’s 1965 hit play. That singular piece of theater... More »
If the phrase “patron of the arts” always seemed enticing, but tragically unattainable, the time's ripe for reinvention. Dallas Theater Center offers a seats for the highly anticipated local premiere of Red, winner of the 2010 Tony Award for Best... More »
If the phrase “patron of the arts” always seemed enticing, but tragically unattainable, Thursday is your night for reinvention. That’s when Dallas Theater Center offers a special pay-what-you-can performance for the highly anticipated local... More »
If you like your theater with a bit of background, then you’ll love Come Early, the new pre-show lecture program from the Dallas Theater Center. Each event features a discussion with a member of the cast or artist team before DTC raises the... More »
We haven't decided if we're totally happy with the Wyly as an audience-friendly theater space (those hard green chairs are enemies of spines), but we're certain there's no other local theater company so fine and so deep-benched with talent as Dallas Theater Center's Brierley Resident Acting Company, which calls the Wyly Theatre home base. Just look at the list of company members: Cedric Neal, Liz Mikel, Sally Nystuen Vahle, Matthew Gray, Lee Trull, Abbey Siegworth, Hassan El-Amin, Chamblee... More »
Just keeping kids alive until their 18th birthdays is expensive enough. You shouldn't have to break open their piggy banks to give them the occasional cultural experience. The Dallas Theater Center apparently understands this and offers Pay What You Can nights for select Sunday night preview shows. Drop a not-unreasonable $5 a head with a family of four and you'll get your entire clan in for less than a single ticket might otherwise cost. Or donate nothing, if your conscience lets you. With... More »
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