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Wednesday Morning Roundup


by Stephen Becker 8 Apr 2009

A DEAL IS STRUCK IN RICHARDSON: The economy has made it hard out there for a theater company these days. So a pair of them in Richardson made a smart move – they joined forces. The Labyrinth Theatre and Richardson Theatre Center had already partnered to produce a recent production of The Foreigner; now they […]

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A DEAL IS STRUCK IN RICHARDSON: The economy has made it hard out there for a theater company these days. So a pair of them in Richardson made a smart move – they joined forces. The Labyrinth Theatre and Richardson Theatre Center had already partnered to produce a recent production of The Foreigner; now they will merge and move into a new, larger space. So how was this marriage made? You can get all the details over on the neighborsgo.com blog.

U2 DATE SET: The rumors swirling around if and when U2 would bring its latest tour to North Texas can finally be put to bed. The band announced Tuesday that it’s packing its giant, 360 degree stage into the new Cowboys Stadium on Oct. 12. Tickets go onsale April 20; you can get all the details on how to buy them at the band’s Wed site.

THE BIRTH OF ROAD AGENT: You might remember Christina Rees’ name from her days as the art critic for the Dallas Observer. That was about 10 years ago, though, and in the meantime she’s held other jobs that have led her to her current post as the owner of Road Agent gallery in Deep Ellum. So how did she get from there to here? Pegasus News profiles the gallery owner and finds that in a time when others were fleeing Deep Ellum, she felt right at home.

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