Making Dallas Even Better
Celebrated author Jim Dent has a thousand stories to tell. But each is tinged with the sad truth that he has a serious drinking problem.
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The Greatest Show on Earth hasn’t changed its formula much since P.T. Barnum pitched the tent on his first three-ring. Why would it need to? A new circus-goer is born every minute, as they say. Legends, this latest edition of the long-running act, promises appearances from unicorns and other mythical creatures, which doesn’t sound too outlandish when you consider the acrobatics and stunts this circus is known for.
Motown has some of the greatest source material a musical could ever want, featuring about 50 songs from Marvin Gaye, Gladys Knight, Stevie Wonder, the Jackson 5, and every other hit-maker produced by the eponymous record company. This touring Broadway production follows the rise of the legendary Detroit label, but the story is bound to seem secondary to faithful performances of songs as powerful as “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” and “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg.”
An out-there group exhibition based around the loose premise of a post-apocalyptic landscape: Lead curator Dwayne Carter's contribution to Irrational City reimagines Dante's Inferno as a journey through a devastated, hellish Dallas gone to surreal seed. Other pieces ask questions about identity through the lenses of our culture's fascination with the end of the world.
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