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A guide to all of the best holiday fun in North Texas. Grinches not welcome.
Let the Texas Ballet Theater transport you to a magical night filled with battling mice, exotic sweets, and snowflakes that twirl to one of Tchaikovsky’s most beloved compositions. Reserve your tickets to see Stevenson’s dazzling sets, lavish costumes, and stunning choreography bring this holiday classic to life.
The polarizing writer David Mamet’s 2009 play about two attorneys—one black, one white—defending a white man accused of a crime against a black woman receives its regional premiere. The snap-crackle of Mamet’s wit, so exemplary in Glengarry Glen Ross, has lost some of its knockout punch as of late, though he’s smart as ever. Expect plenty of twists and turns.
Jon Robin Baitz's family drama recounts the return home of Brooke Wyeth after a six year absence from her parents' lives, and she's armed with a manuscript of her memoir and the threat of exposing all the dirty secrets her relatives have carefully concealed.
Long before Instagram and Snapchat were mere twinkles in some app developer’s eye, photography underwent a massive transformation from grainy black and white prints to the full-color images we see today. The exhibition follows artists’ journeys as they navigated the yet-uncharted territory of color photography, leading up to the medium’s evolution as a dominant contemporary art form. In addition to admiring the 75 key works in the exhibit, you can stop by the collection of color snapshots contributed by members of the local community—take a look, you might recognize someone you know.
Twenty-three of the most influential artists working in Mexico and 60 works of art spanning more than two decades make for one exhibit that you don’t want to miss. Featuring work by native-born artists as well as others who immigrated to Mexico, the exhibit is a provocative examination of regional issues such as violence, corruption, civic institutions, and class divisions. Rarely does an exhibit speak to such deeply relevant sociopolitical topics while reinforcing the universal themes that transcend any border.
When you see one of Sedrick Huckaby’s works from a distance, you might think it’s a blanket. But make no mistake—Huckaby is known for his wall-sized painting of quilts. His piece Hidden in Plain Site, an arrangement of four quilts, addresses the notion that hand-stitched bedding can contain stories and secret messages from the past.