Harlem Shake videos are everywhere on the internet — from regular people to star Mavericks players — but few are done as creatively as this, with Lego bricks.
For fans of the ballet, the Metroplex has a wide variety of venues available to catch performances — from local student groups to the world-renowned Texas Ballet Theatre.
Hundreds of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders hopefuls will audition for the squad in Valley Ranch this weekend, and a North Texas grandmother will be among the group.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? There’s plenty going on across North Texas, including Cirque Du Soleil’s high-flying show.
This year’s Out of The Loop Fringe Festival, presented by WaterTower Theatre, promises to be the biggest in the fest’s history with more performances to please theater and art lovers. The Festival returns for it’s 12th year and will run March 1-11 with tickets at $65 ($55 for WaterTower Theatre members).
Step inside The Fenix and it certainly feels like a nightclub. Electronic dance music pulses from the speakers while colorful lasers shoot light across an otherwise dark room. But the nightspot’s management have a deeper perspective, though, on what happens there.
From jazz and ballet to contemporary, strut and glide your way into the season, and enjoy DFW’s best summer dance events.
Dance might not be well represented at the Grammys, but the category is usually filled with heavy hitters. Last year’s titanic Lady Gaga could face a little competition this time around. Last.fm Trends finds out who might topple the pop princess.
Dance companies across North Texas offer exciting, artistic performances from professionals and amateurs alike. From angelic, graceful ballet to colorful, Latin dance techniques, the area has a wide variety of shows for every budget. Dallas […]