Author: Teri Guill

Teri is a full-time digital analyst and Internet geek, but when she’s not online you can find her sketching in art museums, fossil hunting, or cosplaying it up at local comic and sci-fi conventions. You can keep up with her on Twitter and Instagram @teriguill.

Let the Spectacle Astound You! Experience Love Never Dies with Dallas Summer Musicals

Need a little music of the night in your life? You still have 5 performances left to see Love Never Dies: The Phantom Returns presented by Dallas Summer Musicals through August 5 – or catch the Fort Worth engagement at Bass Performance Hall from August 7-12. Love Never Dies bills itself as the sequel to […]

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Don’t miss Les Misérables at Dallas Summer Musicals

Can you hear the people sing? Dallas Summer Musicals brings the incomparable Les Misérables to the Music Hall at Fair Park, running now through May 6, and it is breathtaking. If you’re a musical theater fan, you should make plans to see it before it’s gone. Les Misérables is one of the world’s most popular […]

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Geeky days are here again! Win tickets to Fan Expo Dallas

One of my favorite events of the year, Fan Expo Dallas, is back April 6-8! Those who know me know I get a kick out of cosplay, and past events have seen me roaming the convention halls as Rey from Star Wars, Melisandre from Game of Thrones, Tom Servo from MST3K, and an infatable Tyrannosaurus […]

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Things You Can Only Find at FanExpo’s Dallas Fan Days

FanExpo’s Dallas Fan Days are here again on October 20-22, so grab your costumes and get your geek on. Between cosplay, comics, collectibles and celebrities, you’re in for a weekend of things you can’t find anywhere else. Things like… Godzilla and T. rex battling it out Or making out? You be the judge! Lightsabers as […]

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Pop Culture Love at Dallas Comic Con Fan Days

Do you love movies, TV shows, comic books, super heroes, video games, fantasy stories, anime or science fiction? Looking for something fun to do with your sweetie this Valentine’s Day weekend? Lucky for you, Dallas Comic Con Fan Days has you covered on all counts. Fan Days is happening at the Irving Convention Center on […]

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Ring in the Holiday Fun with Dallas Summer Musicals

It’s holiday time, and Dallas Summer Musicals has some great shows for you to enjoy with family and friends this year. I recently had the pleasure of checking out Dallas Summer Musicals’ production of the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music. It’s running through November 22, so if you have a chance to […]

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Get ready for an incredible 2015-2016 season from Dallas Summer Musicals!

I have had a blast at some of the Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM) productions so far this year, including Cinderella and The King and I, and, most recently, Dirty Dancing. But I am really looking forward to what’s coming up for the 2015-2016 season at the Music Hall at Fair Park. So, go get your musical […]

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A Lovely Night with Cinderella at Dallas Summer Musicals

Rodger’s & Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the first play I can remember attending as a very small child, so it holds a special place in my heart. The Broadway tour production of Cinderella, presented by Dallas Summer Musicals, does not disappoint. Cinderella might be the best production I’ve seen at Dallas Summer Musicals. Everything about this […]

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A geek girl’s guide to Fan Expo Dallas presented by Dallas Comic Con

May is one of my favorite months in Dallas – it’s got warm weather, a three-day weekend, my anniversary and my favorite event of the year: Fan Expo Dallas presented by Dallas Comic Con! I’m a regular at the Dallas Comic Con events each year, and they are always a ton of fun. Curious about […]

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The King and I Brings “Something Wonderful” to Dallas

The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The King and I, is a theatrical classic; a tale of East meets West, imbued with deeper themes of love in different forms, of respect, of facing the unknown, of equality, of traditions, of internal conflict, of resistance and change. Dallas Summer Musicals’ self-production of The King and I is […]

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