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Sponsored by the AT & T Performing Arts Center presenting Brooklyn Rider at the Dallas City Performance Hall on 4/26/2015



April 21 & 22

Saint Petersburg State Russian Ballet presents Swan Lake

In one of only seven stops on their U.S. tour, the Saint Petersburg State Russian Ballet will perform Tchaikovsky’s timeless classic Swan Lake featuring renowned dancers Anna Voitina, Alexander Voitin, Natalia Potekhina and Ivan Sitnikov in a production directed by Aleksandr Manoshkin.
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Angelika Film Center - Dallas presents Bolshoi Ballet: IVAN THE TERRIBLE
Angelika Film Center - Plano presents Bolshoi Ballet: IVAN THE TERRIBLE
 
World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth presents How Should We Deal With Putin’s Russia?
Dallas Winds present WE LOVE LENNIE
 
Saint Petersburg State Russian Ballet presents Swan Lake


April 3-24

Grand Prairie Arts Council - 15th Annual April Concerts in the Park

April Concerts in the Park at Grand Prairie's Central Park in The Summit Garden - overlooking the lake! Enjoy a fabulous line-up of entertainment! Bring the whole family and your lawn chairs or a blanket. Food and beverage concessions available, no outside food or drink allowed in the park.
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Grand Prairie Arts Council - 15th Annual April Concerts in the Park
Dallas Winds present WE LOVE LENNIE
 
Eastfield College Music Literary and Fine Arts Festival
ATTPAC presents The Cush with Daniel Markham
 
Turtle Creek Chorale presents Britten, Beatles & Bond
All Saints' Episcopal Church Ken Cowan Organ Recital
 
Odysseus Chamber Orchestra presents Beethoven Symphony No. 9
Highlander Concerts present The Tallis Scholars
 


April 2-May 3

DALLAS THEATER CENTER PRESENTS COLOSSAL

Winner of the Kennedy Center’s Jean Kennedy Smith Playwriting Award, Colossal is an epic theatrical event. With the flexible Wyly Theatre transformed into a football field, director Kevin Moriarty and acclaimed choreographer Bruce Wood will create an intensely physical production of this spectacular and deeply moving new play. Featuring full contact choreography and a drumline, the play centers on a University of Texas football player, struggling to move forward in the wake of a catastrophic spinal injury. A play about love, ability, and extraordinary feats of strength, Colossal is both a celebration and critical examination of our nation’s most popular form of theater. Contains adult themes and strong language. Recommended for ages 16 and above.
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DALLAS THEATER CENTER PRESENTS COLOSSAL
Artisan Children’s Theater presents Junie B. Jones The Musical
 
Cara Mia Theatre Co. presents Lydia
Stage West presents Red, by John Logan
 
Stolen Shakespeare Guild presents Our Town
Garland Civic Theatre presents Carrie The Musical
 
Casa Manana presents The Wizard of Oz
WaterTower Theatre presents All My Sons
 


Oct. 7 - Aug. 30

Museum of Biblical Art presents The Art of Barbara Hines: Mysteries, Signs, and Wonders

Blockbuster exhibition of contemporary paintings will explore the wonders of the Holy Land, religious mysticism, the faith, and the beauty if Israel. One third of the museum gallery space will be devoted to these breathtaking landscapes and abstract interpretations utilizing gold, precious metals, and soil from Israel. Beautiful setting at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, Texas, with eleven galleries of fine art.
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Museum of Biblical Art presents The Art of Barbara Hines: Mysteries, Signs, and Wonders
Crow Collection of Asian Art presents Fierce Loyalty – A Samurai Complete
 
Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents Audubon’s Beasts
Irving Arts Center presents Big Bend: Photographs by Terry Cockerham
 
Irving Arts Center presents Golden Legacy – Original Art from 65 Years of Golden Books
“Goya: A Conversation: Ambassador Loan from the Musée du Louvre, Paris”
 
Meadows Museum presents “Goya and López: A Conversation”
Peanuts . . . Naturally
 

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Feb. 15-May 10

The Perot Museum presents The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes

The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes (Feb. 15 – May 10, 2015) delves into the world of one of the most beloved and recognizable figures in literature and popular culture. In this hands-on exhibition, museum visitors will learn how Sherlock Holmes, a scientific expert ahead of his time, used seemingly trivial observations of clues others missed to solve some of literature’s most mysterious crimes. The fictional detective’s practices and techniques, created in the mind of doctor-turned-author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, changed the way police work was conducted and remains in practice today. The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes features original manuscripts and period artifacts, along with investigative tools influenced and used by Sherlock Holmes. Guests will be transported into Victorian London to collect clues and solve a crime using the same interactive methods employed by Holmes more than a century ago. The bilingual exhibition also includes a dazzling array of original manuscripts, publications, period artifacts, film and television props and costumes.
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The Perot Museum presents The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes
THE WARTIME ESCAPE: Margret and H.A. Rey’s Journey from France
 
Artspace111 presents Nancy Lamb: The Gang's All Here
Giants of the Jurassic
 
35th Annual Scarborough Renaissance Festival
World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth presents How Should We Deal With Putin’s Russia?
 
The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth present Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man’s Fight for Justice
Oral Fixation presents Happy Camper
 


Oct. 7 - Aug. 30

Museum of Biblical Art presents The Art of Barbara Hines: Mysteries, Signs, and Wonders

Blockbuster exhibition of contemporary paintings will explore the wonders of the Holy Land, religious mysticism, the faith, and the beauty if Israel. One third of the museum gallery space will be devoted to these breathtaking landscapes and abstract interpretations utilizing gold, precious metals, and soil from Israel. Beautiful setting at the Museum of Biblical Art in Dallas, Texas, with eleven galleries of fine art.
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Museum of Biblical Art presents The Art of Barbara Hines: Mysteries, Signs, and Wonders
Crow Collection of Asian Art presents Fierce Loyalty – A Samurai Complete
 
Amon Carter Museum of American Art presents Audubon’s Beasts
Irving Arts Center presents Big Bend: Photographs by Terry Cockerham
 
Irving Arts Center presents Golden Legacy – Original Art from 65 Years of Golden Books
“Goya: A Conversation: Ambassador Loan from the Musée du Louvre, Paris”
 
Meadows Museum presents “Goya and López: A Conversation”
Peanuts . . . Naturally
 



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