XSR: DIE! at the Eisemann Center thru January 20th and then a run at MCL Grand Theater in Lewisville from January 26th thru January 29th. The Living Black & White™ play revolves around the sleuthing skills (or lack there of) of Kurt Kleinmann’s iconic Harry Hunsacker and his loyal assistant Nigel Grouse (Ben Bryant). We’ll have more about XSR: DIE! in our interview post with Kurt and Director Michael Serrecchia, in the mean time here are some more January must see events to add to your Calendar.
For our September Calender Must-See list we decided to concentrate on Films and that includes the awesome Dallas VideoFest and much more. Click thru as we check in with the Angelikas, Texas Theatre, TIFN, and even the Dallas Institute. O and we’ll also talk about one major Broadway play, because Steven Spielberg already has made a movie about it. Lights, Camera, action and all that.
The rowdy East Texas fellas from Rainbows End are coming back to Dallas!! Of course its at the ol’ Texas Theatre! Of Course Country Willie will be there, hell he play a tune or 5! Yeah there’s a Full Bar! Is this all for a good cause, You Darn Right! Heard there might be a swimming match in the making. Producer/Writer Andy Cope chatted with PSD about all the awesome fun that’s going to go down in Oak Cliff this weekend!
Last night’s 35mm test party at the Texas Theatre was a total hoot that ended with a kick ass screening of Troll Hunter. The movie is “officially” at the Texas starting today and you NEED to see it. Click through for some fun photos of last night, including SNEAK PEAKS into some OFF LIMIT areas at your favorite ol’ Theatre!
It seems like every time there is a major event at the Texas Theatre I need to find a “new” way to venture on over to Oak Cliff’s latest sensation. I feel like if I need to cross the Trinity River I need to do it in refreshing and unique way. Well the opening night screening of current indie-hit RUBBER seemed most fitting for a change of travel plans. Here is the journey I had while burning some RUBBER.
Director Geoff Marslett has been traveling all over the world promoting his fantastic film MARS. The film and its Director made it over to the Texas Theatre the other night. Enjoy the in-depth Q & A that Geoff had with his captivated Dallas audience.
Director Bryan Poyser gets the Soto Boy Design + Illustration treatment!!
When you get the “Soto Brothers” respect, its almost like you’ve now made it into the cool club. Director Bryan Poyser has been in the “industry” for 15 plus years slaving over thoughtful dramas that really push your buttons. Bryan was showcasing his latest feature, Lovers of Hate, at the always rowdy Texas Theatre. I was able to sit down with the talented director and discuss his two feature films.