Making Dallas Even Better
After a night of terror and tragedy downtown, our city unites to mourn and pray.
Austin-based Okkervil River has been very prolific. They've released almost double-digit studio albums, most of them critically acclaimed, and yet they're still managing to fly under the mainstream radar. If you’ve never heard of them, listen to “Wake and Be Fine." Wye Oak will open.
Written by British playwright Nick Payne, this two-hander tells the love story of Roland, a beekeeper, and Marianne, a physicist. This is classic boy-meets-girl story, but with a series of twists. The play explores the idea of the infinite possibilities of how a moment can play out. It plays moments over and over again and explores how things may have been. The blueprint for Constellations is this, as explained by the character Marianne: "every decision you've ever and never made exists in an unimaginably vast ensemble of parallel universes." This play goes deep fast, promising to make you think, while intimately exploring the relationship of Marianne and Roland.
In a past exhibition, Reyes transformed firearms into self-playing musical instruments, a highlight of a career fixated on political justice. Brazilian artist Laercio Redondo and American photographer Bruce Weber address the world’s problems in more oblique ways.
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