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Theater & Dance

How Bruce Wood Dance’s Newest Season Opener Brings You To the Brink and Back

A DMA-commissioned premiere takes the dance company—and us—far beyond the stage and The Rite of Spring pushes limits.
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Theater & Dance

Behind the Scenes of Dallas Black Dance Academy’s ‘Espresso Nutcracker’

The beloved Christmas tradition opens on December 11 at The Majestic Theatre.
By Moriah Forbes
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Theater & Dance

The Dallas Black Dance Theatre Has Big Plans for Black History Month

Starting this weekend, the dance company is using new locations and the power of film to lift up its poignant message during this month of celebration and reflection.
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Coronavirus

Why Bruce Wood’s Newest Dance Film Is Like Nothing You’ve Ever Seen Before

Go inside the production of the new film that takes the dance company—and us—far beyond the stage.
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group’s The Savage Seconds
Theater & Dance

Dallas Performers Ask: How Must the Show Go On?

Theater companies should be busy in October. And they are. It'll take hustle to survive.

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Arts & Entertainment

Iliza Shlesinger Brings Her Drive-In Comedy Tour to North Texas

The Elder Millennial comedian will be at Coyote Drive-In on October 10.
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Theater & Dance

AT&T Performing Arts Center Reopens with Outdoor Performances

The venue is using Strauss Square to host socially-distanced performances and events this September.
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Theater & Dance

The New Tin Star Theater Wants Dallas to Engage With Performing Arts Again

The drive-in theater in Trinity Groves opens this weekend with a performance by Bruce Wood Dance.
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Arts & Entertainment

Dallas-Raised Playwright Will Arbery Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize

His play "Heroes of the Fourth Turning" was one of three finalists for the award.
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Coronavirus

Dallas Dance Companies Keep It Moving Despite Social Distancing

Groups like Bruce Wood Dance and Dallas Black Dance Theatre are adjusting to a new normal while patiently waiting to return to the stage.
By Trace Miller