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MUSIC
Dueling Orchestras
Dallas Winds begins the year with innovative programming of side-by-side orchestras and the music of Mozart and Varèse.
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MUSIC
Auxiliary Input: January 2019
Reviews of two new world music recordings featuring Philip Glass, and the Bavarian Radio Chorus on Rachmaninoff's The Bells.
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THEATER
Introducing TeaTalks
Welcome to a new monthly podcast, in which Seth Johnson and Olivia Grace Murphy chat with artists about topics related to LGBTQ+ and other under-represented communities.
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OPERA
Q&A: Simon O'Neill
An interview with the heldentenor who performs an art song recital this weekend for the Dallas Opera.
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THEATER
Q&A: Ian Mead Moore
The actor on playing the iconic Texas rocker in Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story at Garland Civic Theatre.
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THEATER
Shutdown and Out
Director Tim Bond talks about Lynn Nottage's 2017 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Sweat, focused on working class anxiety in the age of lay-offs, onstage at Dallas Theater Center.
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DANCE
Out of This World
Dark Circles Contemporary Dance aims to resemble alien rock stars in Mark Caserta and Mikey Morado’s new work Dregs, part of the company’s Winter Series at WaterTower Theatre.
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Theater  Jan 14 2019
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Soluna 2019 Announced
The lineup for the Dallas Symphony's Soluna: International Music & Arts Festival has been announced.
Music  Jan 12 2019
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Symphonic Novel
The Fort Worth Symphony beautifully performs the American premiere of Jimmy López's Symphony No. 1, based on a Cervantes novel.
Music  Jan 12 2019
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Music for the Planet
The Dallas Symphony starts off the year brilliantly with Mahler's cycle The Song of the Earth, plus Mozart 38.
Music  Jan 12 2019
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Between the Barlines: Ep. 15
Jonathan Tsay's podcast is back. In this two-part episode, he chats with piano technician David C. Brown.
Theater  Jan 11 2019
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Living Theatre, Part 12
Aaron Zilbermann is back and, with guidance from board and community members, is reassessing the future of Metamorphosis: a new living theatre.
Theater  Jan 10 2019
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Self-Injurious Behavior Headed to New York
Jessica Cavanagh's autobiographical play, which was workshopped at Theatre Three in 2018, will play Urban Stages in April.
Theater  Jan 10 2019
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Jonathan Norton Named DTC Playwright-in-Residence
Dallas native Norton, whose play Penny Candy has its world premiere at Dallas Theater Center in June, is the group's new resident playwright.
Theater  Jan 10 2019
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Dinner and a Show
This weekend, see Cry Havoc Theater Company's From the Table: A Celebration of Food, and pair with the new Laotian restaurant Khao Noodle Shop.
Music  Jan 10 2019
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Lone Star Stars
In a private home, Blue Candlelight Music Series thrilled with works by four North Texas composers.
Music  Jan 9 2019
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In the Nook
In the Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings series, settings of Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson poetry made for an unforgettable experience.
Music  Jan 9 2019
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Welcome Return
On the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth series, the Dover Quartet excels on Webern, Tchaikovsky, Schubert.
Arts  Jan 9 2019
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Performing Arts  Jan 9 2019
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Pages from the Arts: January 2019
This month's review of performing arts books: a look at the Weavers and the Blacklist, the burlesque feud between Faith Bacon and Sally Rand, and a guide to classical music every day.
Theater  Jan 8 2019
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The Music Men: January 2019
Reviews of solo albums from Heather Headley, Sutton Foster, and Melissa Errico; and a starry benefit album for families separated at the U.S./Mexico border.
Theater  Jan 6 2019
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Chances Are
...that you'll have a great time at Stage West's Everybody, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' revamp of the Medieval morality play Everyman.
Theater  Jan 6 2019
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What Fools These Detectives Be
Harry and Nigel sleuth it out at a kooky clown college in Clowning Around with Murder!, PegasusTheatre's latest Living Black and White production at the Eisemann Center.
Music  Jan 5 2019
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Bach Bon-Bons
The Dallas Bach Society's New Year's Eve concert, featuring Bach treasures, showcased the group's excellence.
Music  Jan 5 2019
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Mozart and Improv
A chat with the Second City's Sophie Santerre on working with the Dallas Symphony for Comedy at the Symphony with Second City.
Theater  Jan 4 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 1
Mark Lowry's annual take on the trends, highs and lows of the year in North Texas theater, and how we should look forward.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 3
Jan Farrington on her favorite performances by women on DFW stages in 2018.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 6
Jill Sweeney on getting reacquainted with the theater scene, and discovering new finds, in 2018.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Latinx Theater
Teresa Marrero on a memorable 2018 for Latinx theater, and collaboration, in North Texas.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 4
Janice L. Franklin on her year in theater, which was all about history and its lessons.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 2
Martha Heimberg remembers 2018 theater by inviting nine fierce women directors to her dinner party.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 5
In his first year of heavy theater-going, Frank Garrett remembers his favorite moments of 2018, and has some hopes for 2019.
Theater  Jan 1 2019
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The Year in Theatrical Recordings
Jay Gardner on what he likes in a cast recording or solo vocal album, and which works held up to those standards, or fell short, in 2018.
Film  Jan 1 2019
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The Year in Film and TV
Bart Weiss of the Video Association of Dallas on his favorite films and TV shows of 2018. Heads up: He loves documentaries.
Music  Dec 31 2018
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The Year in Classical Recordings
Andrew Anderson picks his two favorite recordings of 2018.
Performing Arts  Dec 31 2018
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The Year in Performing Arts Books
Cathy Ritchie revisits her three favorite non-fiction, performing arts books released in 2018.
Music  Dec 30 2018
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The Year in Music, Part 2
Robin Coffelt shares some of her favorite music experiences of 2018, and urges you to experience something new in 2019.
Theater  Jan 14 2019
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Soluna 2019 Announced
The lineup for the Dallas Symphony's Soluna: International Music & Arts Festival has been announced.
Music  Jan 12 2019
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Symphonic Novel
The Fort Worth Symphony beautifully performs the American premiere of Jimmy López's Symphony No. 1, based on a Cervantes novel.
Music  Jan 12 2019
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Music for the Planet
The Dallas Symphony starts off the year brilliantly with Mahler's cycle The Song of the Earth, plus Mozart 38.
Music  Jan 12 2019
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Between the Barlines: Ep. 15
Jonathan Tsay's podcast is back. In this two-part episode, he chats with piano technician David C. Brown.
Theater  Jan 11 2019
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Living Theatre, Part 12
Aaron Zilbermann is back and, with guidance from board and community members, is reassessing the future of Metamorphosis: a new living theatre.
Theater  Jan 10 2019
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Self-Injurious Behavior Headed to New York
Jessica Cavanagh's autobiographical play, which was workshopped at Theatre Three in 2018, will play Urban Stages in April.
Theater  Jan 10 2019
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Jonathan Norton Named DTC Playwright-in-Residence
Dallas native Norton, whose play Penny Candy has its world premiere at Dallas Theater Center in June, is the group's new resident playwright.
Theater  Jan 10 2019
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Dinner and a Show
This weekend, see Cry Havoc Theater Company's From the Table: A Celebration of Food, and pair with the new Laotian restaurant Khao Noodle Shop.
Music  Jan 10 2019
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Lone Star Stars
In a private home, Blue Candlelight Music Series thrilled with works by four North Texas composers.
Music  Jan 9 2019
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In the Nook
In the Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings series, settings of Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson poetry made for an unforgettable experience.
Music  Jan 9 2019
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Welcome Return
On the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth series, the Dover Quartet excels on Webern, Tchaikovsky, Schubert.
Arts  Jan 9 2019
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Our new feature will have news, previews and ticket giveaways! Sign up now for a chance to win SEASON tickets to Firehouse Theatre, Second Thought Theatre, or Imprint Theatreworks. 
Performing Arts  Jan 9 2019
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Pages from the Arts: January 2019
This month's review of performing arts books: a look at the Weavers and the Blacklist, the burlesque feud between Faith Bacon and Sally Rand, and a guide to classical music every day.
Theater  Jan 8 2019
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The Music Men: January 2019
Reviews of solo albums from Heather Headley, Sutton Foster, and Melissa Errico; and a starry benefit album for families separated at the U.S./Mexico border.
Theater  Jan 6 2019
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Chances Are
...that you'll have a great time at Stage West's Everybody, Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' revamp of the Medieval morality play Everyman.
Theater  Jan 6 2019
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What Fools These Detectives Be
Harry and Nigel sleuth it out at a kooky clown college in Clowning Around with Murder!, PegasusTheatre's latest Living Black and White production at the Eisemann Center.
Music  Jan 5 2019
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Bach Bon-Bons
The Dallas Bach Society's New Year's Eve concert, featuring Bach treasures, showcased the group's excellence.
Music  Jan 5 2019
~~IMAGE_ALT~~
Mozart and Improv
A chat with the Second City's Sophie Santerre on working with the Dallas Symphony for Comedy at the Symphony with Second City.
Theater  Jan 4 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 1
Mark Lowry's annual take on the trends, highs and lows of the year in North Texas theater, and how we should look forward.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 3
Jan Farrington on her favorite performances by women on DFW stages in 2018.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 6
Jill Sweeney on getting reacquainted with the theater scene, and discovering new finds, in 2018.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Latinx Theater
Teresa Marrero on a memorable 2018 for Latinx theater, and collaboration, in North Texas.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 4
Janice L. Franklin on her year in theater, which was all about history and its lessons.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 2
Martha Heimberg remembers 2018 theater by inviting nine fierce women directors to her dinner party.
Theater  Jan 2 2019
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The Year in Theater, Part 5
In his first year of heavy theater-going, Frank Garrett remembers his favorite moments of 2018, and has some hopes for 2019.
Theater  Jan 1 2019
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The Year in Theatrical Recordings
Jay Gardner on what he likes in a cast recording or solo vocal album, and which works held up to those standards, or fell short, in 2018.
Film  Jan 1 2019
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The Year in Film and TV
Bart Weiss of the Video Association of Dallas on his favorite films and TV shows of 2018. Heads up: He loves documentaries.
Music  Dec 31 2018
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The Year in Classical Recordings
Andrew Anderson picks his two favorite recordings of 2018.
Performing Arts  Dec 31 2018
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The Year in Performing Arts Books
Cathy Ritchie revisits her three favorite non-fiction, performing arts books released in 2018.
Music  Dec 30 2018
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The Year in Music, Part 2
Robin Coffelt shares some of her favorite music experiences of 2018, and urges you to experience something new in 2019.
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