The IRS wants $3.2 billion to cover back taxes that it says are owed by a prominent Texas businessman and his late brother who the IRS says hid income by setting up overseas trust funds.
For many “A Christmas Carol” at the Kalita Humphreys Theater has been a tradition for years. This is the last year you can see it at the theater. but the performance isn’t going away.
Dallas Black Dance Theater has received a coveted invitation to participate in the London Olympics — the cultural Olympics, that is.
This summer, enjoy a divine satirical comedy or a rollicking Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Laugh with Sesame Street-esque puppets in a Broadway musical perfect for the iPod generation. Witness a thought-provoking and intense Tony Award-winning musical in Fort Worth.
The quirky comedy “Tigers Be Still” has opened on an intimate stage at the Wyly Theatre, as part of the Dallas Theater Center’s spring season.
It will be another strong season on stage across the Metroplex, with some of the best of Broadway coming to town this spring.
The DFW theatre scene was alive and vibrant again in 2011, as top notch performers took the stage. And big things are expected again in 2012.
It’s a super busy week in the Metroplex with Mayfest going on all weekend and lots of great live entertainment!