Meet the Creative Team for The Fortress of Solitude
Legendary scenic designer Eugene Lee returns to DTC with The Fortress of Solitude! Learn more about Eugene and the rest of the creative team …
Questions With … Dayron J. Miles
Meet the newest member of DTC’s Community and Audience Engagement team, responsible for connecting DTC with the city we live in.
Dallas Theater Center Celebrates Completion of $13 Million Dollar Advancement Campaign!
On Monday, October 14, major supporters of DTC’s Bringing the Wyly Theatre to Life Advancement Campaign gathered to celebrate with an evening of great food and entertainment. Guests enjoyed cocktails and a seated dinner …
TAG TREK: Dallas Theater Center and the School for the Talented and Gifted at Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center
In October, DTC’s Education and Production departments teamed up to provide a three-day, all-school workshop for the School for the Talented and Gifted (TAG) at Yvonne A. Ewell Townview Center. TAG’s annual TREK focuses on one of four subject areas (science, humanities, arts, and math) and this was the first time the school opted to partner with an outside organization to create a completely immersive experience.
Sponsor Spotlight: Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP has been a DTC sponsor since 1995, and Robert B. Krakow, a partner in the Dallas office, sits on DTC’s Board of Trustees. We recently asked Bob to tell us about his and the firm’s involvement with the Theater and its role in the Dallas community.
Area Choirs to Perform at the Wyly Theatre During the Run of A Christmas Carol
This season Dallas Theater Center wil partner with a variety of area choirs during the run of Kevin Moriarty’s brand new adaptation of A Christmas Carol. The holiday cheer will begin outside the Wyly Theatre, as patrons are greeted by one in an array of participating vocal groups.
Questions With… North Texas Food Bank
DTC recently caught up with North Texas Food Bank CEO and President Jan Pruitt. Read what she has to say about hunger in North Texas and how Scrooge’s nephew Fred embodies the spirit of NTFB.
Friends@DTC Sneak-Peek: A Christmas Carol
PROJECT DISCOVERY and the
National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Awards
Project Discovery, Dallas Theater Center’s 27-year-old flagship education program, is one of 50 finalists out of more than 350 applicants for the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award.
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.
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!
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!
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.
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!
Revolutionize your Summer with DTC at the Wyly Theatre!
Save the Date for SummerStage 2014 – registration begins online February 15.
Dallas Theater Center Patrons Donate $57,993 To North Texas Food Bank in Sixth Year of Partnership
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.
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.
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…