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The Bishop Arts Theatre Center Takes on Another New York Times Bestseller

The Oak Cliff theater's annual one-act festival will transform author Heather McGhee's The Sum of Us into six plays that show us we have more in common than we think.
By Brett Grega
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The Spirit of Governor Ann Richards Takes Center Stage at WaterTower Theatre

Written by Emmy winner Holland Taylor, the one-woman play Ann takes an introspective look at the iconic Texas politician.
By Brett Grega
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Theatre Three’s Latest Play, God of Carnage, Is More Than Just a Playground Drama 

The rapid-fire show, which opens February 1, spotlights the worst in parents—and humanity.
By Brett Grega
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Three Versions of Cher Head to the Dallas Arts District This Weekend

The Cher Show actress and singer Morgan Scott talks about what it takes to transform into the pop culture icon as the Tony-winning musical comes to the Winspear.
By Danny Gallagher
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Open This Weekend Only, This Immersive Play about Baseball Walks Audiences Through Riders Field

Kitchen Dog Theater is putting on its latest offering, Safe at Home, inside the Frisco RoughRiders’ ballpark.
By Lauren Smart
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Theater Festival Cements Cara Mía’s Role as a Frontrunner in Dallas’ Arts Scene

This fall, three plays—including the Afro-Cuban-centric We Have Iré—spotlight the nuances of Latin identity.
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Health & Fitness

How a DivaDance Showcase Awakened My Inner Queen

The choreography-infused dance and fitness class franchise boosts confidence and community through movement.
By Desiree Gutierrez
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Texas Ballet Theater Announces Dracula, Rubies, and More for 2023–24 Season

Filled with classic stories and renowned choreography, the upcoming lineup is acting artistic director Timothy O’Keefe’s first curated season.
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Cara Mía’s Play About Frida Kahlo Resonates in Two Languages

Twenty years after its premiere, To DIE:GO in Leaves by Frida Kahlo is more relevant than ever with performances in Spanish and English.
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Arts & Entertainment

Michael Urie Is Coming Home

The Plano-born actor just starred alongside Harrison Ford in the Apple TV+ show Shrinking. His next act is the stage, where he’ll direct his full-length play at Uptown Players.
By Lauren Smart
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