Undermain Theatre is pleased to announce its next show, Eurydice, a re-imagining of the classic myth of the lovers Orpheus and Eurydice by Sarah Ruhl, will be performed Nov. 22-Dec.13, 2008 at Undermain’s Dallas location in historic Deep Ellum. Bruce DuBose will direct.
Entries from November 2008
Dallas Architecture Forum and Preservation Dallas present a tour of Clint Murchison, Sr.’s “Big House,” a 1930’s residence designed by local architect Anton Korn, on Saturday, Nov. 30 2-4 p.m. The home is located at 23 Ash Bluff Lane. Architect J. Wilson Fuqua and landscape architect Warren Johnson will make remarks at 3 p.m. The Big House was the site of many historical events, both of state and national import.
My Favorite Animal is an outrageous and refreshing romantic comedy by newcomer Tom Sime. The Modern Stage and Joe and Sandi Black are presenting a three-week engagement of the work Nov. 12-30 at The 45th Street Theatre in New York City. The drawing-room comedy, which just completed its run in Texas, brings together star-crossed, zany characters, trying to get uncrossed.
The Dallas Video Festival returns for its 21st year November 6-9, 2008 at the Angelika Film Center at Mockingbird Station, 5321 East Mockingbird. As usual, the Dallas Video Festival will showcase cutting-edge, fiercely independent work by local, regional, national and international video artists.
The Dallas Architecture Forum continues its 13th season of lectures with Los Angeles architects Kevin DALY and Christopher GENIK as this year’s Ken Roberts Lecture on Thursday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Magnolia Theatre, 3699 McKinney Ave. in Uptown Dallas. The lecture sponsors are AIA, Dallas Architecture Forum, and School of Architecture, UT-Arlington.