Almost 5: An Office Life (Circus) Story

Almost 5: An Office Life (Circus) Story

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It’s 5 O’Clock Everywhere Circus Freaks offers a wordless piece of circus arts and music, Almost 5: An Office Life (Circus) Story, at the Bath House Cultural Center.   Dallas — Office workers deepen their relationships throughout a workday as they wile away the boredom by using juggling, floor acrobatics, and general clowning. Such is the slender plot upon which …

Nicole Stewart Schlesinger: Oral Fixation

Nicole Stewart Schlesinger: Oral Fixation

Nicole Stewart Schlesinger: Story Fancier How the lover of personal stories created one of the fasting growing performance events in Dallas, Oral Fixation: An Obsession with True Life Tales. by Amy Martin published Sunday, January 18, 2015 Photos: Robert Hart/TheaterJones Everyone has a story to tell, and if it’s a good enough story brightly told it might end up on …

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis

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Jazzing Up the Holidays Dallas Symphony Christmas Pops brings the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis for a terrific concert at the Meyerson. by Amy Martin published Sunday, December 14, 2014   Dallas — The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis is so far from the usual big-band cliché that it’s mind-blowing. A dozen of the …

How to Feed Your Brain at Dallas VideoFest

How to Feed Your Brain at Dallas VideoFest

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Amy Martin offers suggestions for your eyes and mind in the final weekend of Dallas VideoFest. by Amy Martin published Thursday, October 16, 2014   Dallas — Dallas VideoFest is a marvel. It’s not television. It’s the visual presentation of concepts through a variety of styles: documentary, experimental and fictional narrative. Most of the non-documentary videos are quite short, from …

Mini Solo Comedy Fest: How Solo Can You Go?

Mini Solo Comedy Fest: How Solo Can You Go?

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How Solo Can You Go? Our Productions Theatre Company stages two solo shows seen earlier in the year at a Dallas festival, with entertaining results. by Amy Martin published Saturday, June 7, 2014 Photo: Scott Kirkham LisaAnne Haram in Elephant in the Room Lewisville — A screed about education and parenting from a disintegrating uptight vice-principal that would have made Network’s …

A Community Tributes Vince Davis

A Community Tributes Vince Davis

A Community Tributes Vince Davis A collection of words and thoughts for actor and comedian Vince Davis. by Amy Martin published Saturday, May 31, 2014 Photo: Courtesy Vince in 4 Out of 5 Doctors Dallas — Actor and comedian Vince Davis died suddenly in May from pancreatic cancer. Obit and information on visitations and memorial services is here. Below is …

Vince Davis, 1954 to 2014

Vince Davis, 1954 to 2014

Vince Davis, 1954 to 2014 Amy Martin remembers the actor and improv stalwart, who died last week of pancreatic cancer. With visitation and memorial information. by Amy Martin published Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Dallas — Actor, comedian and wise guy on many levels, Vince Davis died May 23, 2014 at the age of 60 from pancreatic cancer. A popular and …

Dallas Solo Fest: A Different Woman

Dallas Solo Fest: A Different Woman

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: A Different Woman Veronica Russell’s show, based on the autobiography of Gertude Beasley, had to be made, and it has to be seen. by Amy Martin published Saturday, May 24, 2014 Photo: Rod Prados Veronica Russell in A Different Woman Dallas — Sometimes you come across a story that has to be told, a story so …

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Mystery. Science. Theater.

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Mystery. Science. Theater.

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Mystery. Science. Theater. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson astounds Dallas audiences with a core-shaking talk, laced with humor, at the Winspear Opera House.   “We’re going to have fun with the universe tonight,” said Neil deGrasse Tyson before emptying his pockets, relaxing his jacket and taking off his black cowboy boots (he’s known for lecturing barefoot when in performance halls). He …

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Eating My Garbarge

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Eating My Garbarge

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: Eating My Garbarge Monologuist David Mogolov thinks too much, and that turns out to be a be a very good for his audiences.   The spirit of Bob is strong in David Mogolov. In the 1980s and 90’s, Dallas was home to Rev. Bob Dobbs and the Church of the Subgenius. Followers of Bob—the pipe-smoking guru …

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Sweater Curse

Dallas Solo Fest Review: Sweater Curse

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Dallas Solo Fest Review: Sweater Curse Elaine Liner’s yarn about love opens the first Dallas Solo Fest with a quiet, witty meditation on relationships and knitting. We knit a life; we knit relationships. We drop stitches, tink (that’s knitter speak for un-do), and try again. Sometimes we must even steek, more knit-talk for cutting a knitted item into pieces in …

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