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Dressing the Detective and His Friends

Costume designer Jennifer Ables talks about creating a wardrobe designed to set a moment in time for Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure.  


DTC Welcomes Broadway Veteran to Centerstage 2014 Gala!

On Saturday, May 31, DTC will hold its annual fundraising gala, Centerstage 2014.  This year’s event will feature Broadway veteran Adam Pascal.  Adam Pascal’s credits include originating the role of Roger in the Off-Broadway, Broadway, and London productions of Rent.

One to Remember: Celebrating The Fortress of Solitude

The world premiere of The Fortress of Solitude was a hit! On opening night the cast, crew, DTC staff and DTC board members celebrated the show...

Friends@DTC Spotlight: Ryan Gifford

Recently we sat down with DTC subscriber and SuperFriend Ryan Gifford to ask a few questions about how he's enjoying being part of the DTC family...


DTC Education Program Honored by Louis Vuitton

On Wednesday, February 26, Louis Vuitton hosted an event in its NorthPark Center location to honor DTC's education program Project Discovery (PD) with the 2013 Louis Vuitton Inspiration Award--an award given to only one of the 12 winners of the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.  

DTC Celebrated Project Discovery's National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award on January 27!

On Monday, January 27, DTC staff, trustees and donors joined Project Discovery’s past and present teachers and students for an event to celebrate the program’s recent award from Washington D.C.— the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.

DTC's Brierley Resident Acting Company Studies Greek Classics With Olympia Dukakis

On January 27th, DTC’s Brierley Resident Acting Company came together for a week at the Wyly Theatre to explore the challenges of acting in classical Greek tragedies with the Academy Award-winning, legendary stage and screen actor, Olympia Dukakis

Donor Spotlight: Mickie and Jeff Bragalone

Dallas Theater Center fans Mickie and Jeff Bragalone have been DTC subscribers for 20 years. They have recently deepened their involvement at DTC–significantly! Jeff is a member of the Board of Trustees...


Questions With... SummerStage 2014 Teaching Artists Jeremy Dumont and Loree Westbrooks

Spend a moment with Jeremy and Loree, who will be leading the Teen and Youth Musical Theater teaching teams, respectively.

The Fortress of Solitude: From Book to Stage

Composer and lyricist Michael Friedman, director Daniel Aukin and book writer Itamar Moses talk about bringing Jonathan Lethem's novel to the stage at DTC.

BRAC Member Steven Walters Wrote a Movie!

And it's a recent New York Times Critic's Pick.

DTC’s Brierley Resident Acting Company Member Steven Walters was last seen onstage at DTC as Karl Linder in A Raisin in the Sun and Clybourne Park. This summer you’ll see him play Monsieur Thenardier in Les Misérables at the Wyly. But he’s also written a hilarious movie that’s received a positive review in The New York Times

Dallas Theater Center Patrons Donate $57,993 To North Texas Food Bank in Sixth Year of Partnership

DTC patrons contributed almost $58,000 to the North Texas Food Bank during  A Christmas Carol.


Oedipus el Rey playwright Luis Alfaro

talks with Woolly Mammoth Production Dramaturg John M. Baker about Sophocles, recidivism, and South Central LA grocery stores.

Jonathan Lethem  at The Dallas Museum of Art for Arts & Letters Live

In a partnership between The Dallas Museum of Art and Dallas Theater Center, Jonathan Lethem will be at The Dallas Museum of Art for Arts & Letters Live.

Thursday, February 13th 7:30pm"The Fortress of Solitude: From Novel to Musical"

Revolutionize your Summer with DTC at the Wyly Theatre!

Save the Date for SummerStage 2014 - registration begins online February 15.


Project Discovery's Trip to Washington, D.C.

As you may have read in the Dallas Morning News, Dallas Theater Center’s Project Discovery recently received siginificant recognition! On November 22, Rachel Hull, Director of Education and Community Enrichment and Emily Sanchez, a senior at participating W.H. Adamson High School, were at the White House receiving the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award!

Supporting North Texas Food Bank 

A Christmas Carol at Dallas Theater Center is a tradition for many families in North Texas. For the sixth year in a row, DTC has added to that tradition by partnering with the North Texas Food Bank to increase awareness about hunger in North Texas and to raise money for NTFB. 

Reliant Lights Your Holidays

On December 13, Reliant lit up a new holiday tradition at the AT&T Performing Arts Center with an evening of holiday magic!

Donor Spotlight: You!

All of us here at Dallas Theater Center just wanted to take a moment to thank you for all your support over the past 12 months. Because of your support, DTC is able to provide innovative new work and award-winning educational programs to our community. More than 800 of you have made generous contributions to DTC in the past year, an all-time high for the theater. As we continue to mount ambitious productions like FLY and Kevin Moriarty’s all-new A Christmas Carol, we depend on the support of donors who value artistic innovation, great acting, and bold use of theatrical space. Thank you!


DTC Corporate Partner Wells Fargo Wins Obelisk Award

Business Council for the Arts, a non-profit organization that works with the North Texas business community to strengthen the arts and culture sector and grow a creative corporate workforce, held its 25th annual Obelisk Awards on November 15. These awards recognize businesses and executives for creating innovative and impactful partnerships with area arts organizations.

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