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.
Sara Masetti is a Master’s Film Student at the University of North Texas and a former Dallas VideoFest Texas Program entry. Sara chatted with me about her documentary work, her days in Austin, and what keeps her tied to North Texas. Click through to find out more from the Italian filmmaker.
“The Colurs combine contemporary pop production with the songwriting aesthetics of Brian Wilson, Todd Rundgren, and The Beatles, and lush orchestral arrangements reminiscent of scores by Frank Churchill and Oliver Wallace (from Disney’s Alice In Wonderland, Bambi, etc.), to create a fresh new sound.”
I was able to chat with Max Townsley and Drew Erickson aka The Colurs. They also played an “acoustic” version of their song Washed Away. Click thru already!
The Dallas Theater Center’s GIANT, the epic feeling play, leads off our calender for February. A play that highlights more then just 27 years in West Texas but showcases a “country’s” growth into the modern world. There is still time to see the wonderful play and a ton of other fun February highlights. Click thru for some PSD picks this month.
Houston Artist Natalie Irish has garnered a lot of attention for her unique painting style. But she’s a lot more then just a pair of pretty lips. Natalie Irish is a survivor, a complete artist, an inspiration and a cyborg…well sorta. Here is our Q & A with Natalie about her Pearland upbringing, UNT ties, and much much more.
Director Blake Calhoun has boldly jumped around different genres, mediums and stories during his TV and Film career. He’s made action shows, comedies and his latest film, Spilt Milk which plays tomorrow evening at the Texas Theatre, is a captivating coming of age tale set right her in Dallas. The film is one of a group of films that will be the final movies seen at the Dallas IFF 2011. A great way to end your festival experience! Here is our Exclusive Video Interview with Director Blake Calhoun.
This upcoming Monday evening is Valentine’s Day!! Have you figured out what to do? Do you want to treat your significant other or maybe even find that special someone? Well make plans to spend your evening with The Brehms at the Contemporary Theater Dallas! Here is our final part to the interview with Stephanie and David Brehm.
The Brehms will be at the Contemporary Theater of Dallas Monday February 14th for a Valentines Day Show. There will be some amazing special guests and I’d like to warm you up from all this ice with more wonderful tales from The Brehms.
I know its a bit early to be talking about Valentine’s Day with the Super Bowl kicking off this weekend, but seriously I’ve got a great idea for you. I mean ok once you get over the fact that Prince is sliding across ice in Addison waiting for his show or Puff Daddy is wondering who all to invite to his SB Par-tay. Well let me ease your worries and help you out with what to do on February 14th aka Valentine’s Day aka the day that guys fear the most!!! The lush and vibrant sounds of The Brehm Band are here to make it all better. At the Brehms, along with a group of special guests, will make your Valentine’s Day a memorable one. I was able to have a lovely dinner with Stephanie and David Brehm the real life married couple who are also the namesake of the band. I hope you enjoy an intimate look at one of Dallas’ finest two pieces.