Recap: The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League Party of Note with Maestro Jaap Van Zweden

Maestro Jaap Van Zewden with DSOL President Dixie Marshall and husband Joe. Photo Credit: Chuck Clark

Maestro Jaap Van Zewden with DSOL President Dixie Marshall and husband Joe. Photo Credit: Chuck Clark

On April 20, 2015 The Dallas Symphony Orchestra League held a Party of Note showcasing Maestro Jaap Van Zweden as well as concertmaster, Alexander Kerr at Bob’s Steak and Chop House at the Omni Hotel in Dallas. […]

Anthony Bourdain’s Close To The Bone Tour Comes Through Dallas

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On July 10, 2015, Anthony Bourdain’s 2015 “Close to the Bone” Tour will be stopping in through Dallas at the Majestic Theatre. The internationally renowned, multiple Emmy-award winner and television host, Anthony Bourdain will provide a wonderful, brutally honest monologue speaking on his travels to the unique locations he has […]

11th Annual Curtain Call Gala To Benefit Dallas Summer Musicals

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Michael and Wendy Jenkins. Photo courtesy of Dallas Summer Musicals

The 11th Annual Curtain Call gala celebrates Dallas Summer Musicals(DSM) 75th Anniversary of creating memories for families throughout North Texas. Michael A. Jenkins, President and Managing Director of DSM is joined by his wife, Wendy K. Jenkins, chair of the Curtain Call Steering […]

Nominees Announced for 4th Annual Dallas Summer Musicals High School Musical Theatre Awards

Guyer High School's PIPPIN. Photo courtesy Dallas Summer Musicals High School Awards.

Nominees for the 4th Annual High School Musical Theatre Awards were announced on WFAA Channel 8’s Midday News and in The Dallas Morning News recently. Sixty-five high schools and 71 productions from all over North Texas participated. Throughout the year, three judges visited each school and judged the performers in 15 categories. And the […]

Goss-Michael Foundation: A Top 10 Private U.S. Contemporary Art Museum

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The Goss-Michael Foundation has been honored to be selected as one of the top ten private contemporary art museums in the United States by artnet© News . The Goss-Michael Foundation joins an esteemed list including The Brant Foundation Study Center, the Rubell Family Collection and notable others. The Goss-Michael Foundation and the Linda Pace […]

College Audition Prep Weekend Hosted By Dallas Summer Musicals And Texas State University


Broadway veterans join musical theater faculty from across the state with renowned college coach Mary Anna Dennard for a unique college prep experience for students, parents and high school educators at the Music Hall at Fair Park as Dallas Summer Musicals and Texas State University join together for the College Audition Prep Weekend. […]

Dallas Children’s Theater Offers Sensory Friendly Performance For Those with Special Needs

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Dallas Children’s Theater offered its first ever sensory-friendly performance with Go, Dog. Go! which was met which much enthusiasm by families and professionals who serve the special needs community. After years of requests from families, a national grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and Theatre Communications Group has […]

Dallas Heritage Village hosts History with a Twist Benefit

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Dallas philanthropists love a challenge: when it comes to raising money for a cause, the charitable set go all-out, and they do it in style. All the more reason to anticipate the Dallas Heritage Village History with a Twist benefit, where participants are encouraged to arrive in 1920’s apparel prepared to burn the […]

No Tie Dinner And Dessert Party To Benefit AIDS Services of Dallas

From Left to Right: Entertainment producer extraordinaire, Rob Cahill and Deanna Cahill / Photo Used Courtesy of: Friedman PR

From Left to Right: 2013 Honorary Chair Steve Kemble, Co-Chair David Nelson, 2014 Honorary Chair LeeAnne Locken and Co-Chair Dennis Kershner / Photo Used Courtesy Of: Friedman PR

One of the most talked about charity events is returning to Dallas on April 12, 2014 and frankly it just keeps getting sweeter. The ninth […]

Recap: Dallas Opera Premieres Korngold’s Die Tote Stadt


From Mozart to Bruno Mars, the work of fresh-faced young prodigies has perpetually peppered the musical landscape. Composer Erich Korngold fit the bill: pushed to succeed by his domineering father, 23 year old Korngold already had several successful one-act operas under his belt when his opera Die Tote Stadt premiered in 1920. Die Tote […]

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