As soon as everyone finished recovering from April’s incredible line-up of festivals, it’s time for May and six more can’t miss fests to entertain you during May’s glorious weekends.
Apparently April is festival season, who knew?
The Crow Collection of Asian Art opened its new show, Noble Change: Tantric Art of the High Himalaya last weekend. The exhibit contains eleven gorgeous copper Buddhist sculptures and offers visitors a glimpse into the culture of Buddhism.
The Midwest Trilogy, the second show in Chris La Bove and Steve Walter’s Second Thought Theatre’s season is a combination of theater and film presented in conjunction with Aviation Cinemas, Inc., the operating company for the ultra-cool Texas Theatre in Oak Cliff.
Undermain Theater's world premiere production of Len Jenkins' "Time in Kafka" is a hilarious journey through a Kafkaesque plot you won't want to miss.
Local opera lovers have an exciting month ahead of them as the Dallas Opera produces two groundbreaking shows.
Despite the few areas in which it falls short, DTC’s "To Kill a Mockingbird" should definitely fit somewhere in your upcoming weeks; it’s never a bad thing to be reminded of how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go.
Undermain Theatre's production of "Ages of the Moon" takes the audience on an emotional ride fueled by liquor and conversation as two old friends reunite and remember.
If you haven’t had a chance to see "Spring Awakening" live, make a trip to Watertower Theatre. The show's become a pop culture phenomenon and Watertower’s production does the music and the story more than justice. You’ll love every minute.
If you haven't been lately, now is the perfect time to head over to the SMU campus and pay a visit to the picturesque Meadows Museum for two landmark exhibits on display now through January.