The Denton Benefit League will be a little bad to do a lot of good. The nonprofit agency borrows the theme for its spring charity ball from a dastardly duo.“The theme is 1930s with a nod to Bonnie and...
The upcoming concert by the Denton Bach Society is noteworthy for two reasons. The Sunday concert will be the second time the society — made up of a choir with about 40 voices and a baroque orchestra — will perform the entirety of J.S. Bach’s sprawling St. Matthew Passion.
Scott Sackett has owned the shop at 141 W. McCart St. in Krum for a while. He was a landlord. When the last business left, Sackett saw an opportunity for two of his ventures — a production, booking and marketing company called Headliners of Texas and his band, Denton Rock.
Dan Mojica was all set to accept the Community Arts Recognition Award at the end of February. But the fickle North Texas winter snuffed out the ceremony, an annual party staged by the local agency that gives the award, the Greater Denton Arts Council. The council rescheduled the party for Friday night.
It’s a creature feature in dance and music this Sunday in Lewisville. The Lewisville Lake Symphony’s Family Concert series and the Lake Cities Ballet will present Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf at 3 p.m. at Lewisville’s Frederick Herring Recreation Center.
Casa Mañana Theatre in Fort Worth opens its latest family musical Cinderella: The Tale of the Glass Slipper at 7 p.m. Friday, with additional show times throughout March and the beginning of April.
Denton singer-songwriter Ashley Gatta is joining a number of local artists performing their last sets on the stage of Banter, a downtown bar and restaurant that will close up shop at the end of March. It’ll be replaced later this year by a new restaurant, 940’s, helmed by chef Patrick Stark, Midlake’s McKenzie Smith and their partners.
It feels like spring has been slow to come to North Texas, but two things spell promise: a warming trend and “Dallas Blooms: Deep in the Heart of Texas” at the Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Gardens.
After taking a hiatus last year, 35 Denton is back this weekend. The music festival, which takes place in the heart of downtown Denton, starts Friday night and wraps up Sunday. Hundreds of local, national and international artists will be looking to make their musical stand in the Denton cultural ecosystem.
Most children learn through touch and feel, and Explorium Denton is looking to teach a new generation about important vehicles with Touch a Truck. The event, which features public transit, emergency and utility vehicles and more, will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at C.H. Collins Athletic Complex.