It is estimated that the Dallas engagement of The Lion King generated an economic benefit of more than $28 million to the city from travel, hotels, restaurants, parking and other businesses patronized by both theatergoers and production staff.
KidneyTexas, Inc. has announced their beneficiaries and honorary chairs for their Transforming Lives
2018 Luncheon and Fashion Show.
Since its founding in 1999, KidneyTexas has provided more than $3.5 million in local funding to help in the search for a cure, promote research, enhance treatment and support quality renal care.
Love Never Dies, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s spellbinding sequel to The Phantom of the Opera will soon make its North Texas premiere.
The performance will open July 24 at the Music Hall at Fair Park and run through Aug. 5.
The well-beloved regs to riches fairy tale of Cinderella will take the stage this August at the Winspear Opera House on the AT&T Performing Arts Center campus.
Texas Ballet Theater will present the work choreographed by artistic director Ben Stevenson.
It doesn’t have a name yet, but the latest restaurant by Stephan Courseau (Le Bilboquet, Up On Knox) and his new partner, Chef Junior Borges, has officially found a home at 4514 Travis St., right next door to Le Bilboquet, in the former Villa-O space.
Set to open early 2019 (by March at the latest, hopes Courseau), the restaurant is still in its developmental stages, but the duo already has some exciting details to share.
The Highland Park ISD STEAM program has already inspired upwards of 50 students in only its first year within the district.
Imagine then, executive director Geoffrey Orsak said, what participation will look like in future years with more funding.
Funding for the program came from the Moody Innovation Institute, with which Orsak is heavily involved.