… I mean eating … or rather, sleeping … hell, all those things. 2012 is gone and, as we return to see how it left us, we noticed a few more things disappeared — among them, the fiscal cliff. But also BEE, Monica Greene’s Oak Cliff enchiladeria. Even after her Nueva Cocina closed under still-unknown circumstances, Greene said BEE would continue. That no longer appears to be the case.
Something that will reappear in Dallas is the Bruce Wood Dance Project. Last week, Wood revealed that a third season of his new company would return for two performance arcs (instead of the one that he’d done in 2011 and 2012). There will be an encore of his dance My Brother’s Keeper in March, followed by three world premieres in June. He’ll kick it all off with a salon next week.
We’re also looking forward to the return this Sunday of Downton Abbey, and getting to see evil gay valet Thomas, pictured, stir up more trouble, as Shirley MacLaine joins the cast as Lady Cora’s American mom.
Anyway, there’s a lot more ahead, but welcome to 2013, everyone!