The next AT&T Broadway series in Dallas feels a little, well, familiar


The next Broadway Series season for AT&T Performing Arts Center has been announced, and many of the titles might sound familiar to regular Dallas-Fort Worth theatergoers. That’s because three of the eight shows have had recent professional productions in the area, and a fourth is returning for what’s sure to be another sold-out run. Rent, Into the Woods, and Hedwig and the Angry Inch are all on the schedule, even though Casa MaƱana, Lyric Stage,…

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Dallas-Fort Worth galleries spring forth new crop of indispensable art


Spring has sprung, and along with it comes a collective of young talent, an essential stop in Fort Worth’s gallery night, a homage to environmentalism, an explosion of color, and — finally — a brand new venue to show off a Dallasite’s artistic vision. Here’s what matters in the art world this month: “That’s So Hot (An Invitational),” various artists, at 500 X Gallery Exhibition dates: Through April 3 What’s so hot right now? Dallas…

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Dallas actor who plays LBJ likes a challenge, not a kale smoothie


Brandon Potter wasn’t originally cast as our 36th president in All the Way, a co-production between Dallas Theater Center and Houston’s Alley Theatre. But when the first actor had to step down for medical reasons, Potter found himself in the spotlight. For the Brierley Resident Acting Company member, who has been consistently earning good notices for his supporting roles, it’s a chance to make his mark as a leading man. Potter recently played Richard III…

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