Tag: Wyly

“Giant” today at the Wyly

Bigger is better Any true Texan has likely seen Giant, the movie. It’s a thing, here. But now the story gets the stage treatment with musical numbers by Michael John LaChiusa ad directed by three-time Tony nominee Michael...

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Musical ornaments

Queer music faves decorate the concert landscape this week This is one of those weeks that really speaks to LGBT music lovers, with live music options across the spectrum — from choral to techno and some local indies in between....

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‘The Tempest’ tonight at the Wyly

DTC delivers Shakespeare like no other There are several such gasp-inducing moments in his staging of The Tempest, starting with the opening scene, set on an airplane instead of a boat. As the wizard Prospero (Chamblee...

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‘Tempest:’ You, us

Kevin Moriarty is a director who embraces the full spectacle of Shakespeare, and while you can disagree with his decisions sometimes, you have to respect his commitment. He likes elements we might consider by-products of the...

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Applause: Chris Heinbaugh: Act 3

Former TV newsman Chris Heinbaugh left the mayor’s office to return to his roots in the arts community Being near the stage (including the iconic Wyly Theatre) is nothing new for the former mayoral chief of staff; Heinbaugh once...

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A Brit abroad in Dallas

Doug Mayo may like Dallas more than a native Texan. The Australian-born travel writer, now living in Great Britain, has visited as part of the Tavern Guild’s international journalists’ tour on several occasions; the last time,...

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‘Cabaret’ at the Wyly tonight

Life is a … oh, you know it This doesn’t look like your usual Liza version. The Dallas Theater Center stages the Kander and Ebb musical Cabaret, and by the looks of their ad campaign, it’s going to be sizzling. Sure Sally Bowles...

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Wilkommen

A haunting, exhilarating, unforgettable ‘Cabaret’ ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com LIFE IS A … WELL, YOU KNOW | The Emcee (Wade McCollum, center) presides over the last days of a doomed society...

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Weekly Best Bets

Friday 04.22 Life is a … oh, you know it This doesn’t look like your usual Liza version. The Dallas Theater Center stages the Kander and Ebb musical Cabaret, and by the looks of their ad campaign, it’s going to be...

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Sarah Jaffe and Bosque Brown tonight at the Wyly

Buzz surrounds local musician Sarah Jaffe, but she’s ready to move on Going from playing smaller clubs like Dan’s Silverleaf and Club Dada, to selling out the Granada Theater last year, Sarah Jaffe’s star is on the rise. She...

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Sarah, upside down

Buzz surrounds local musician Sarah Jaffe, but she’s ready to move on RICH LOPEZ | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com Going from playing smaller clubs like Dan’s Silverleaf and Club Dada, to selling out the Granada Theater last...

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Stage: Year In Review 2010

ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | jones@dallasvoice.com 2010 proved to be an oddly uninvolving season at the theater. The tours, even the good ones, were often retreads of past shows (I love Avenue Q and Wicked, but have seen them already —...

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Holy ‘Trinity!’

DTC world premiere trilogy captures Oak Cliff experience SET PIECES | The glorious set design of ‘The Trinity River Plays’ is just one of its artistic successes. (Photo by Brandon Thibodeaux) THE TRINITY RIVER PLAYS Wyly...

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‘Trinity River Plays’ tonight at the Wyly

Dallas is the backdrop for actress-playwright Regina Taylor’s new trilogy For Dallas native Regina Taylor, it was important to set The Trinity River Plays in her hometown. It’s something she intimately knows, which allows her...

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A ‘River’ runs through it

Dallas is the backdrop for actress-playwright Regina Taylor’s new trilogy STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com HOME AGAIN | Actress and Dallas native Regina Taylor comes home for inspiration for her...

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Get your Pecha Kucha fix tonight at the Wyly

The networking event Pecha Kucha is about precision and presentation — but say it correctly, first With an endless barrage of Twitter and Facebook updates, people are learning how to communicate quicker and with fewer words....

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Collective soul

The networking event Pecha Kucha is about precision and presentation — but say it correctly, first RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com THE MANY FACES OF MILLER | Artist Cathey Miller hopes her paintings will speak...

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Applause • Black. Power. Movement.

Dallas Black Dance Theatre ramps its 2010-11 season way up before celebrating 35 years RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer Dancers Chris and Bravita bring a fine line to the new season of the Dallas Black Dance Theatre. Photography by...

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