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Inside the story of Ethan Couch and the "affluenza" phenomenon.
Because they made their money in the suburbs. It has left them unprepared.
Meet the people standing between you and Jerry Jones, T. Boone Pickens, Gary Kelly, and other Dallas business leaders.
The season finale for the Dallas Chamber Symphony serves as a culmination of the second annual Sight of Sound competition, pairing orchestral works with silent films made to accompany specific musical pieces. This performance will feature films from North Texas artists, including a junior from Booker T. Washington High School.
A family battles to keep its humanity in a post-apocalyptic wasteland where food is scarce and hope is scarcer. The man dressed as a dog, howling outside the door, seems to have already lost that particular fight. Dog Days is as nerve-rattling as it sounds, a contemporary opera that in no uncertain terms pummels its audience with the horror and debasement of a world that is dead, but won't yet admit it.
Tibetan Buddhist monks from the Drepung Loseling Monastery begin a week-long residency at the Crow Collection, where they will complete a mandala sand painting while the museum hosts a variety of events celebrating the mystical arts of Tibet. For a full schedule, visit crowcollection.org.
For proof that theater is a full-contact art form, look no further than Colossal. Timed to a game clock ticking away every breathless minute, the play follows a University of Texas football player who strugles with issues both physical--a hit taken during a game leaves him partially paralyzed--and emotional, as he keeps secret a relationship with the team's co-captain. The production captures the balletic violence of America's favorite sport while exploring the problems of its macho culture.
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