DSM and Wow! Entertainment Partner Up To Develop New Works of Jukebox Jr. Musicals!

August 20th, 2015

DALLAS SUMMER MUSICALS ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS & WOW! ENTERTAINMENT PARTNER UP TO DEVELOP NEW WORKS OF JUKEBOX JR. MUSICALS Dallas, TX (August 17, 2015) – Dallas Summer Musicals Academy of Performing Arts in partnership with WOW! Entertainment, Inc. are thrilled to hold a triple threat program for ages 10 and up at Central Christian… Read more »


Do Something More Tuesdays – Keron Jackson

August 18th, 2015

Keron Jackson has a voice that hits you like a wave. Whether performing for DSM’s Curtain Call gala or at an intimate gathering, the power of his singing leaves an indelible impression. But the journey to shape and share his gift has been riddled with difficulty, beginning with an unstable, unsafe home life. Keron and… Read more »


Nominate Your Hero for Season Tickets!

August 12th, 2015

This year, we want to honor a special, deserving person with 2015/2016 DSM Season Tickets! Do you have someone in your life that you look up to and admire? Will they also like to come and see all of the 2015/2016 DSM Season Shows? We want to hear about the heroes in your life! By… Read more »


Do Something More Tuesdays – Imagine the Future of DSM

August 11th, 2015

At the heart of live theatre is the chemistry of shared experience, the electricity that charges a room in a dance of anticipation and connection. The palpable interplay between audience and performers enlivens each group, and meaningful performances ignite conversations and inspire memories that live on long after the show. By its very nature, theatre… Read more »


DSM SHOWBIZ CREW

August 7th, 2015

DSM SHOWBIZ CREW With the announcement of its highly anticipated 2015-2016 Season, Dallas Summer Musicals is offering the public a chance to participate in a unique opportunity called DSM SHOWBIZ CREW. Are you a Broadway fan? Do you live in or near Dallas? Are you social media savvy? DSM is looking for theater lovers to… Read more »


Do Something More Tuesdays

August 4th, 2015

Tapping of your toes in time to a powerful score. The swell of your chest as your heart goes out to a protagonist in peril. The collective laughs, cries, and sighs of the theatre audience as you share emotional lows and highs. The ability of the musicals to engage patrons in awe-inspiring experiences and with… Read more »


DSM Guest Blog: My Weekend with Jason Robert Brown

July 30th, 2015

My Weekend with Jason Robert Brown by Megan Anthony, Guest DSM Blogger and DSM Intern This past weekend, I had the opportunity to drive out to Fort Worth and see the one and only Jason Robert Brown. Texas Christian University was hosting their 2nd annual “Festival of American Song,” this year featuring the renowned musical… Read more »


Dallas Summer Musicals and Performing Arts Fort Worth Announce 15/16 Broadway Seasons!

July 29th, 2015

DALLAS SUMMER MUSICALS AND PERFORMING ARTS FORT WORTH ANNOUNCE 2015-2016 BROADWAY SEASONS! The two organizations will come together to co-present three shows Season tickets for both seasons are on sale now! Dallas Summer Musicals and Performing Arts Fort Worth proudly announce their 2015-2016 Broadway seasons! Once again, the two performing arts groups, in a groundbreaking move spearheaded last… Read more »


Casting Announced for the National Tour of The Bridges of Madison County!

July 28th, 2015

ELIZABETH STANLEY & ANDREW SAMONSKY TO STAR AS FRANCESCA & ROBERT IN THE NATIONAL TOUR OF   THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED MUSICAL TO MAKE NORTH TEXAS DEBUT FEBRUARY 2-14, 2016 AT THE MUSIC HALL AT FAIR PARK “The score by Jason Robert Brown is SUMPTUOUS!” -New York Times “MAGIC! An evening you will cherish long after… Read more »


Cast Announced for New National Touring Production of The Sound of Music!

July 27th, 2015

CAST ANNOUNCED FOR NEW NATIONAL TOURING PRODUCTION OF THE SOUND OF MUSIC MAKES NORTH TEXAS DEBUT NOVEMBER 3-22, 2015 AT THE MUSIC HALL AT FAIR PARK & AUGUST 17-21, 2016 AT BASS PERFORMANCE HALL Dallas, TX (July 21, 2015) – Casting has been announced for the brand new production of THE SOUND OF MUSIC, directed… Read more »


Do Something More on North Texas Giving Day!

July 24th, 2015

Do Something More on North Texas Giving Day As our 75th year comes to a close, we want to thank you for making it a memorable one. The passion our patrons bring to the Music Hall is a huge part of why we are a cornerstone arts organization in Dallas. Last year, you vocalized your… Read more »


Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Linda Boston

July 23rd, 2015

Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Linda Boston LINDA BOSTON (Professional Woman) – Multi-talented performer with theater, film, music credits and a long run with MTM. Her theater accomplishments include “Crowns,” “Sophisticated Ladies” and the award-winning one-woman-show “Jackie ‘Moms’ Mabley: The Naked Truth.” (www.lindaboston.com). As a singer-songwriter and requested vocalist, she’s sung before Pres…. Read more »


Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Megan Cavanagh

July 22nd, 2015

Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Megan Cavanagh MEGAN CAVANAGH (Earth Mother) is most recognized as Marla Hooch, from the Penny Marshall movie, A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN. Other film credits include: Mel Brooks’ ROBIN HOOD: MEN IN TIGHTS (Broomhilde) and (Essie) DRACULA: DEAD AND LOVING IT. She starred with Tim Allen and Kirstie… Read more »


Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Judy Blue

July 21st, 2015

Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Judy Blue Judy Blue (Soap Star) is once again delighted to be a part of this celebration of women with this incredible company. She is proud to have been a part of the Chicago company of Menopause, the Musical for over 2 years and a veteran of many… Read more »


Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Teri Adams

July 20th, 2015

Menopause The Musical – Meet The Cast: Teri Adams Teri Adams (Iowa Housewife) has been with Menopause The Musical®! since 2006, where she first played IH at The American Heartland Theatre in her hometown, Kansas City, where it ran for 5 months. Since then, she has joined the MTM national touring company, and although still… Read more »


PIPPIN – Four Time Tony Award-Winning Musical Makes Its North Texas Debut! #PippinDSM

July 10th, 2015

Closing its 75th Anniversary Season, Dallas Summer Musicals in partnership with Performing Arts Fort Worth are excited to co-present the thrilling 2013 Tony® Award-winning musical PIPPIN at the Music Hall at Fair Park through July 19, 2015. The tour will then head to Fort Worth, where it will play at Bass Performance Hall July 21-26,… Read more »


Fun Facts About #PippinDSM!

July 7th, 2015

It’s OPENING NIGHT for PIPPIN, presented by Dallas Summer Musicals! In honor of the first evening of the show in Dallas, I thought I’d share some fun facts about the show before you come to see it on stage at the Music Hall NOW – July 19th! FUN FACTS ABOUT THE SHOW There are 6… Read more »


Countdown to PIPPIN with The 'Pippin' Profiles: Diane Paulus on directing without a net

July 6th, 2015

The ‘Pippin’ Profiles: Diane Paulus on directing without a net by John Moore | Aug 22, 2014 Director Diane Paulus’ mantra as an artist is to always expand the boundaries of theatre … or why bother? “As a director,” she says, “one of my biggest interests is creating a visceral experience for audiences.” Audiences will… Read more »


Countdown to PIPPIN with The 'Pippin' Profiles: Sasha Allen finds her voice in the raw art of live theatre

July 5th, 2015

The ‘Pippin’ Profiles: Sasha Allen finds her voice in the raw art of live theatre by John Moore | Sep 02, 2014 It’s not like the prospect of performing in front of nearly 3,000 people in Denver to launch the national touring production of Pippin doesn’t make Sasha Allen a little nervous. But intimidated? Hardly. “Try… Read more »


Countdown to PIPPIN with The 'Pippin' Profiles: Bob Fosse protégé Chet Walker

July 4th, 2015

The ‘Pippin’ Profiles: Bob Fosse protégé Chet Walker by John Moore | Aug 14, 2014 Bob Fosse has been gone for 27 years, but protégé Chet Walker still refers to the icon of modern dance exclusively as “Mr. Fosse.” “He deserves that respect,” Walker said. When Walker met Fosse in 1972, “I was the size… Read more »