Making Dallas Even Better
After a night of terror and tragedy downtown, our city unites to mourn and pray.
This troupe of boozy Bard interpreters return with The Tempest, that shipwrecked tale of magic and mystery. Online tickets will set out fast, but you'll have a second chance to score yours by showing up early to the Wild Detectives on performance dates.
One fairly well-known playwright has a line about brevity. The 30 North Texas playwrights commissioned to create work for this rapid-fire festival have hopefully taken that to heart, because each play can, as the name indicates, run no longer than a minute.
The North Texas Fair and Rodeo is in some ways overshadowed by that other Texas fair beginning next month. The Denton fair, which kicks off Aug. 18 and runs through Aug. 26, can’t match the State Fair of Texas’ size -- it’s hard to out-big an event that boasts a 55-foot tall talking cowboy statue -- but it doesn’t need to. The North Texas Fair and Rodeo is an institution in its own right, bringing crowds from Denton, Dallas, and beyond out to the fairgrounds at 2217 N. Carroll Blvd.
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