Tag: artistic director

STAGE BRIEFS

The Night of the Iguana. As if we need further evidence that Rene Moreno is Dallas’ best director, we have this remarkable production as Exhibit A, pictured right. Tennessee Williams’ last great play is set in tropical Acapulco,...

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BREAKING: DTC adds summer musical to season

For the last three seasons, the Dallas Theater Center has extended its season into the summer with a family-friendly musical: Sarah Plain and Tall, It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Superman and The Wiz. But not...

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An awakening of their own

How Baylor classmates Josh Gonzales and Matt Tolbert teamed up onstage — and in real life — for WaterTower’s ‘Spring Awakening’ UP AGAINST THE WALL | Gonzales and Tolbert will share their first scene — and first onstage kiss —...

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Fahari’s Harold Steward on KERA’s Art&Seek

Harold Steward In this piece from Thursday, KERA’s Jerome Weeks talked to Harold Steward, artistic director of Fahari Arts Institute, as the organization begins its third season. Opening with two art shows (and a special...

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Applause: Don’t Ohlook away

Keep an eye out for Ohlook Performing Arts, a suburban theater company with an edge Ohlook doesn’t offer your mother’s idea of community theater. Shows like ‘Debbie Does Dallas,’ ‘Vampire Lesbians of Sodom’ and ‘The Rocky Horror...

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The constancy of change

Everything changes but the dedication of the Turtle Creek Chorale members, TCC president says SEAN BAUGH  |  Special Contributor In the song “Change,” Melissa Etheridge sings, “The only thing that stays the same is change.” As...

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Palant resigns; Fisher joins TCC staff as ED

Jonathan Palant, left, and David Fisher Chorale board chair says group is on solid financial ground in the midst of ‘exciting transitions’ TAMMYE NASH | Senior Editor nash@dallasvoice.com As the Turtle Creek Chorale is in the...

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David Fisher named TCC executive director

David Fisher It’s been a busy week for the Turtle Creek Chorale. On Monday, they announced the departure of artistic director Jonathan Palant and a search for his successor. Now, they’ve filled their other key...

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Proof positive

Terrance Gilbert combated the stigma of HIV by turning his camera on himself HIV?IN?FOCUS | Gilbert’s photo essay is part of a series by queer black artsis. (Arnold Wayne Jones/Dallas Voice) RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer...

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Log cabin Republican

In ‘Big Gay Dance Party,’ Level Ground portrays Lincoln as never before STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com …BIG GAY DANCE PARTY KD Studio Theatre, 2600 N. Stemmons Freeway. June 3–25....

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Chorale seeks new executive director

Stephen Tosha The Turtle Creek Chorale has begun a search for a new executive director, who manages the business side of the nonprofit gay men’s chorus. The current ED, Stephen Tosha, is departing to take a position with...

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All THIS, THAT and the OTHER

SPOKEN WORD | As the artistic director of Fahari, Harold Steward helps celebrate the queer-identified black arts community of Dallas with monthly programming like the spoken word event Queerly Speaking. (Tammye Nash, Dallas...

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Moriarty’s contract with DTC extended to 2014

Kevin Moriarty Kevin Moriarty, the gay artistic director of the Dallas Theater Center, will be in town a little longer. Moriarty, who took over the post in 2007, had his contract extended this week through the end of the 2013-14...

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On Edge

Hubbard Street Dance’s gay leader Glenn Edgerton brings a dancer’s perspective to contemporary troupe STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com MOTION, EMOTION | Chicago’s Hubbard Street Dance Company, led...

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Breaking news: Seelig to leave Dallas for SF gig

Dr. Timothy Seelig, for 20 years the artistic director of the Turtle Creek Chorale and of late head of the Resounding Harmony chorus and Art for Peace & Justice project, has accepted a position as the new artistic director...

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