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Arts News You Can Use: Cultural Centers Partner For New Play, Sexual Harassment in Dallas Arts & More


by Hady Mawajdeh 11 Dec 2017

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A Quick Look At Art&Seek’s Reporting

The cast of "Stand-Up Tragedy." A play put on collaboratively between Dallas Cultural Centers.

The cast of “Stand-Up Tragedy.” A play put on collaboratively between Dallas Cultural Centers.

  • Actors Ruben Carrazana and Stephanie Cleghorn Jasso have performed with companies like The Undermain or Cara Mia, but when they read the script for “Stand-Up Tragedy,” they decided to stage the show themselves. In this week’s State of the Arts discussion, Art&Seek’s Anne Bothwell talked to North Texas actors turned producers about working with teen actors and uniting the city’s cultural centers for this performance.
Allegations of 'inappropriate behavior' has shaken institutions in Dallas Arts District.

Allegations of ‘inappropriate behavior’ has shaken institutions in Dallas Arts District.

  • The Shape of Water” – the latest from visionary director Guillermo del Toro – features a monster who’s good and humans who’re the bad guys. In the latest edition of “The Big Screen,” the team talks about the history of sympathetic monsters – everyone from Frankenstein to the Creature from the Black Lagoon – with SMU film professor Rick Worland.

What Else You’ve Got To Know

The MAC in Dallas has teamed up with h Promise of Peace Gardens (POP) and art collaborative Tierra Firme to build a garden. Photo: The MAC

The MAC in Dallas has teamed up with h Promise of Peace Gardens (POP) and art collaborative Tierra Firme to build a garden.
Photo: The MAC

What We’re Reading

Katherine Bradford "Waterfall," 2017 Photo: Courtesy of the Artist and CANADA, New York

Katherine Bradford, “Waterfall,” 2017
Photo: Courtesy of the Artist and CANADA, New York

What We’re Listening To

Time for End of Year music lists. Illustration: Alex Gamsu Jenkins

Time for End of Year music lists.
Illustration: Alex Gamsu Jenkins

Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures

Photo: Fox Searchlight Pictures

'All The Nightmares Came Today,' by Mike and Doug Starn. Photo: Courtesy of Cristina Grajales Gallery

‘All The Nightmares Came Today,’ by Mike and Doug Starn.
Photo: Courtesy of Cristina Grajales Gallery

What We’re Looking At

 

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