Posts Tagged ‘theater’

Stomping Ground is Dallas’ First Nonprofit Theater on a Mission to ‘Enrich the Community with Comedy’

Posted by Meredith McGrath

There are a few rules to improv. The first: “Yes, and…” In other words, be accepting of ideas.

To make a scene work, improvisors have to agree with the story they’re building together — the who, what, and where. “Yes, …

UTA Emotional Robotics Lab
Looks at Human-Robot Bonds

Posted by Lance Murray

Can a robot fill in the emotional gap needed to be a companion or caretaker to humans, providing emotional or physical support?

That’s what the new Emotional Robotics Living Lab at the University of Texas at Arlington is looking into.

3 Finalists Earn $35K in Grants at KERNEL LIVE!

Posted by Jewels Clark

Three Fort Worth area entrepreneurs have been awarded a total of $35,000 by the United Way of Tarrant County for their social impact pitches in the recent KERNEL LIVE! event.

Four finalists from a field of 14 applicants pitched …

Popcorn and Politics: DTC’s ‘Hood’ Gives Puppets Life Through Repurposed Items

Posted by Sabrina Scott

From buckets and silverware to pinwheels and underwear, the puppets in Dallas Theater Center’s new musical were created from an assortment of repurposed materials.

Hood: The Robin Hood Musical Adventure, which debuts Friday, is described by puppet designer James …

Former Oak Cliff Church Will Soon Open as Performing Arts Center

Posted by Julia Falcon

Built in 1929, the Winnetka Congregational Church is being restored and transformed into a for-profit arts center that will provide space for theater companies.

After two years of zoning battles with the city, owners Todd and Lola Lott are getting …

White Rabbit Red Rabbit:
Unique Play Comes to Fort Worth

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas and Fort Worth theater lovers will get the chance to experience an innovative and unique play when Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s White Rabbit Red Rabbit comes to North Texas.

“Nassim Soleimanpour brings the international voice to our theater that

Hot Ticket: Public Works Project Expands to Dallas This Weekend

Posted by Julia Falcon

What began in New York, the Public Works Project is now in Dallas, making it the first city outside the Big Apple to participate. Public Works is an initiative that gives nonactors the opportunity to perform in Shakespearean plays. 

The …