Making Dallas Even Better
Ten ways to enjoy your three-day weekend around Dallas and North Texas.
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The Reivers’ devoted cult following in the 1980s never led to widespread popularity. So when the Austin pop outfit folded after four acclaimed flops, two of them on Capitol Records, it seemed like it would be relegated to a dustbin of forgotten bands marked “critical darlings.” But The Reivers’ brand of Kool-Aid stayed potent, and when the group reunited more 20 years later, it found that cult was as fervent as ever. So was the music.
Over the weekend each of 20 performing companies will have only one chance to show its mettle. In the end, the dance festival, with all it encompasses (technique classes, lectures, and live performances) merely exists to remind us dance is a communal and expressive art, not simply an isolating theatrical experience. -- Danna Wolfson
Orson Welles died years before he hit his 100th birthday, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the filmmaker's centennial without him. Across four days, Magnolia at the Modern will screen Citizen Kane, Touch of Evil, and many of Welles' other classic joints. Go here for a full schedule.
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