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A Theater of Objects, Ideas and Ideals: Glass Half Full Theatre in Austin

Human-induced climate change, denied by certain politicians and often ignored by many, is a threat to every species on the planet.... | Read More

A Theater of Objects, Ideas and Ideals: Glass Half Full Theatre in Austin

Human-induced climate change, denied by certain politicians and often ignored by many, is a threat to every species on the planet.... | Read More

Meg Booth Breaks Down SPA’s Dance Series and Hopefully Some Barriers, Too

Meg Booth worked with organizations like North Carolina Dance Theatre, White Oak Dance Project, Twyla Tharp Dance and Dance/USA before spending 11 years directing dance programming at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. ... | Read More

Local Excellence: A New Chapter for Fine Arts Chamber Players

Ever since she can remember, Emily Levin has loved putting stuff together: Crossword puzzles, planning vacations, hosting murder mystery parties—being an organizer is sort of her thing.... | Read More

Ahead of the Curve: Dallas Opera and Dallas Symphony Orchestra Focus on Women

This fall, The Dallas Opera launches its fifth residency of the Linda and Mitch Hart Institute for Women Conductors Oct. 27-Nov. 9—designed to help female opera conductors take their careers to the next level.... | Read More

Going Up: AT&T Performing Arts Center’s Elevator Project keeps rising in its fifth year

If you’re wondering how the Dallas performing arts scene has changed over the past five years, just look at the Elevator Project.... | Read More

Dark Territory: Robyn O’Neil at The Modern

Artist Robyn O’Neil is funny. Not ironically funny; honestly funny.... | Read More

Acting in Texas: Greg Cote

Greg Cote lived on all three US coasts before he reached the sixth grade. When his Dad retired from the Navy in 2000 the family found themselves in Lake Jackson, Texas trying to decide where to go next.... | Read More

The ACTX Top Ten: September 2019

The top ten arts and culture events happening across the Lone Star State in September 2019.... | Read More

The ACTX Top Ten: September 2019

The top ten arts and culture events happening across the Lone Star State in September 2019.... | Read More
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