In case you haven’t learned yet, I am a workaholic who writes obsessively about all the things in Dallas that excite me.
In an interview I conducted for a story this week, TITAS executive director Charles Santos said, “I always feel like I have to apologize to the audience for my taste, but that’s true of any artistic director.”
This week my taste has led me to cover a new liquor store/wine bar in my downtown Dallas neighborhood Urban Vineyard for the Dallas Observer.
In Patron magazine, which hits shelves today I preview an auction of the Renoir archives. Did you know that they’ve kept all of his stuff together (until now)? And I interview the new principal flutist for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
Back to Santos. You can read my preview of the 2013-14 season of TITAS on Culture Map Dallas, in which among other things Santos and I discuss Jessica Lang Dance, Baryshnikov and Philip Glass.
On TheaterJones.com you can read my review of Bells are Ringing an old school musical.
And today for Arts + Culture magazine I turn in a feature story about Undermain Theatre’s upcoming 30th anniversary season and a preview of Book of Mormon – you know, the South Park musical.
My week: wine, dance, theater and playing in this gorgeous park I work for.