Mesozoic Magic at Jurassic Quest + Instagram Ticket Giveaway

Got a dinosaur lover in your life? Then you might need to take them to Fair Park this weekend for Jurassic Quest, running tonight through Sunday night (and lucky you, we’re giving away tickets on Instagram). Jurassic Quest is a huge animatronic dinosaur event, with over 80 true-to-life-size dinosaurs that move and roar. The dinosaurs […]

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Dear Evan Hansen Brings Light to Mental Health Issues in Beautiful Show

Over a third of all teens and adolescent admit to being bullied online, according to a national mental health foundation. That is part of what made Dear Evan Hansen, now touring at the Music Hall at Fair Park as a part of the Dallas Summer Musicals, such a timely show when it originated in December […]

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Mummies of the World: The Exhibition at the Carnegie Science Center (Pittsburgh)

At the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, explore 125 REAL mummies and related artifacts in Mummies of the World: The Exhibition. The exhibit is on display now through April 19, 2020, featuring mummies from Europe, South America, and Ancient Egypt and offering unprecedented insights into past cultures and civilizations. Throughout the exhibit, you’ll see mummies, both humans […]

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Asia Society Presents Works of Tsuruya Kokei in Houston

Tsuruya Kokei: Modern Kabuki Prints Revised & Revisited Opens in its Final American Venue at Asia Society Texas Center   The Asia Society Texas Center in Houston presents the works of artist Tsuruya Kokei. The center is the first in the state to show the artist’s prints from 1983 to 1993, as well as revised kabuki […]

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Review: A Bronx Tale (the musical)

It’s the Jersey Boys meets West Side Story in A Bronx Tale!   Running now through November 24 at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh, A Bronx Tale is a dramatic musical telling the story of a young Italian boy growing up in the Bronx neighborhood of New York. Set in the 1960s, the main character, Calogero […]

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Review: HONEY BOY

The screenplay written by Shia LeBeouf, HONEY BOY takes you on a journey through LeBeouf’s experiences as he navigated rising stardom as child actor and into his early adult career. The film vividly portrays the struggles of growing up in the Hollywood spotlight amid family and economic adversity. As a result of these struggles, LaBeouf […]

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Everyone Needs a Beautiful Day

In the promotional spot for A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, reporter Lloyd Vogel’s wife, Andrea (This is Us’ Susan Kelechi Watson) says, “Lloyd, please don’t ruin my childhood.” I approached this new release with the same hesitance. I grew up among the first generation of children who enjoyed Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, a PBS production […]

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Review: Yellow Rose

Award-winning Filipino indie film “Yellow Rose” spotlights Eva Noblezada as Rose Garcia, as the star of a musical drama of an undocumented Filipina girl from the skirts of Austin, Texas who fights to pursue her dreams as a country music star. After her mother is detained, she struggles to find a new home and her […]

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Charlie’s Angels brings Girl Power back to the Big Screen!

Girl power is back in a big way with the 2000 reboot of the popular movie series Charlie’s Angels! Directed and written by actress Elizabeth Banks, this new version with a beautiful female cast is packed with great action scenes and an incredible message about female empowerment. Director Banks can certainly take credit for creating […]

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The North American Tour Company of CATS. Photo by Matthew Murphy 2019

CATS at Dallas Summer Musicals: The Memory Lives Again

You still have time to catch CATS at Dallas Summer Musicals, running through November 17 at the Music Hall at Fair Park! If you’ve never seen this Andrew Lloyd Webber classic theatrical hit, now is a great chance to do it. The new tour of the musical, based on T.S. Eliot’s Old Possum’s Book of […]

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