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R. Harrison Edell oversees every animal at the Dallas Zoo, even some humans.
Designer Eric Prokesh throws shade in every single room of a Park Cities Tudor.
Ahead of Memorial Day, The Dallas Symphony will play music inspired by and connected to the community spirit of military service. A video art piece will accompany the concert, which has been moved indoors to the Meyerson because of projected inclement weather this weekend.
More than any other playwright, the late August Wilson explored the African American experience from every angle, and every decade, of the 20th century. His last play is set in the 1990s, but it's timely production for the African American Repertory Theater when its themes remain so relevant. The danger of whitewashing the past and the perilous lure of assimilation--a poster of Tiger Woods, a black man excelling at a sport traditionally dominated by white men, makes for a potent symbol--are topics swirling around this story of a succesful lawyer who runs into resistance when he proposes to redevelop a Pittsburgh neighborhood.
This one-man show might as well be subtitled How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love Obamacare, but you can't fault a guy for tattooing his politics to his forehead. Mike Milligan plays a Rush Limbaugh listener who continues to believe upward mobility is a thing that still happens in the U.S. When his wife is diagnosed with cancer and the couple's health insurance won't cover treatment, he's forced to rethink a few things. It's an urgent, small-scale drama about a national issue.
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