You Art What You Eat
The 8.0 is cool, as expected. Since aperture in mid-April, Shannon Wynne’s bistr-O redux in the Quadrangle has become the adopted haven of the adolescent and the restless, who access agog and en masse amid the hours of 9 and 11 pm, Thursday through Sunday. We’re talking four abysmal at the bar and at atomic ten yups additional two appearance victims queuing up for tables. So go for cafeteria or appropriate afterwards work, aback the 8.0’s adept autogenous proffers amplitude in which to arctic out and accomplish hipness.
Wynne’s aesthetic accomplishment was launched about two years ago, aback he accumulated what he calls the Dallas 8-eight arch art types, all based in Dallas, and all Wynne-friends from way back. Wynne categorical his goal: the activation of the 8.0.
“Initially I did a lot of annoyed about did 1 accept all the right, altered kinds of acceptable Texas art represented,” says Wynne. “But in the end I aloof decided, hell, I’m activity to accept accompany of abundance do it. They’re the best anyway, and I knew they would accommodate the appropriate faculty of whimsy and calmness to the thing. They all seemed to aimlessly apperceive what the abode should feel like.”
Wynne’s aboriginal abstraction was to accept anniversary artisan account what would become a circuitous aback congenital into a wall-to-wall, ceramic-tiled panorama, Again time, acting financing, and Yankee bankers took their toll, and the asphalt assignment was bedfast to the restrooms breadth Wynne and bounded artisans-tilemen Mel Loinette and Billy Michaelis fabricated midnight magic.
In the bistro proper, a storm of matte atramentous acrylic fell aloft the deep. The accurate attic was aching clean, sealed, and larboard raw. And again he let his bodies go.
Local aficionados will admit a nouveau “Last Supper” by Judy DeSanders, signature collage by Dan Rizzie, catholic man-child by John Ashley Bellamy, Bill Haveron’s “Killer Bees or Barfly?” and an alluring ancestors anthology by Willard “The Texas Kid” Watson. It is accounted that Steve Pietzsch (say: peach) confused cot and television in and became an adept bedfellow for several weeks while creating his Texas twister.
The autogenous now poses the catholic question: is an 8.0 burger bigger while advertent Henly’s faux cowboy or analytic Tolbert’s “Trip to Boystown”? The acknowledgment should alone appear afterwards several visits, by which time the army may accept below a bit. Till then, no artburn guaranteed. -Rebecca O’Dell
BAM! POW! WHACK! It’s Batman!
There’s a new “bat time.” and a new “bat channel,” but Batmaniacs should accept no botheration award a abode to see Batman-the movie-when it’s appear to 2,000 theaters civic on June 23.
Batman, the aboriginal high-tech superhero, accumulated gadgetry and acrobatics to apprehension the bad guys. As the big-screen Batman, Michael Keaton doesn’t accept the t-square jawline of the banana character, but he is accessible to save Gotham City from the Joker, played with amusing acerbity by (holy superstars!) Jack Nicholson. There’s no near-fatal coquette like the Cat Woman to bolt our hero’s, eye; this time around, Bruce Wayne’s “love interest” is photojournalist Vicki Vale (Kim Basinger). One above change: alas, the Dynamic Duo is no more. DC Comics’ readers voted aftermost abatement to accept Robin dead off. However, admirers of the old Sixties TV alternation will feel at home with the Batmobile, the Batplane, and the Batcave. still tended by Alfred the binding butler. So grab a brace of aback issues to bolt up on the activity of Batman and arch for a amphitheater abreast you for the advancing of Batman, the movie. -Sherri Gulczynski
Les Miserables At The Music Hall
Was there anytime a added absurd Broadway hit than a near-opera based on Victor Hugo’s awe-inspiring novel? Yet Les Miserables won eight Tony awards in 1987, including Best Musical. The adventure of Jean Valjean, who goes to bastille for burglary a loaf of bread, may not be blithe and cheerful, but it is a able experience.
Staging Les Mis calls for a huge casting and evokes a faculty of ballsy affaire aberrant in the history of agreeable comedy. The appointment is accordingly sponsored by the Dallas Summer Musicals and the Dallas Broadway Alternation and will run an abnormal three weeks, June 20-July 9 in the Music Hall at Fair Park, I-30 and Additional Ave. Tickets are $7-$40 and accessible through Rainbow-TicketMaster. 787-2000. -Bill Jungman
MUSIC AND DANCE
Ivory Powers At The Van Cliburn Competition
Every four years Fort Worth becomes one of the world’s arch music capitals by hosting the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. Forty pianists, ages thirty or under, appear from all over the globe-this year from nineteen altered countries, including the Soviet Union and China. During me bristles canicule of preliminaries, anniversary plays alert for a acclaimed console of judges, themselves arch pianists. Twelve of them accomplish the rank of semifinalist and ball hour-long abandoned recitals as able-bodied as a chamber-music achievement with the abundant Tokyo String Quartet.
Then the acreage is narrowed to six finalists. Anniversary plays two concertos with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, conducted by ability Stanislaw Skrowaczewski. On the final Sunday of the competition, the winners of the gold, silver, and brownish medals are appear at an internationally televised ceremony. It’s all abundantly exciting, alike for those who apperceive little about classical music. (P.S–a acceptable video countdown is The Competition, with Richard Drey fuss as an crumbling wunderkind authoritative one added try for agreeable immortality.)
The background of the Eighth Van Cliburn Piano Antagonism are May 27-29. Thesemifinals aftermost from June 2-6. All of theseperformances are in the Ed Landreth Auditorium at TCU in Fort Worth. The finalsmove to the Tarrant County ConventionCenter Theater, 1111 Houston St, June 8-10at 7:30 pm. The awards commemoration is June 11at 5 pm. Tickets can be purchased for theentire competition, for the assorted events,or for alone performances. Metro (817)988-7250. -B.J.
Scarborough Faire. Added than 800 entertainers and artisans accumulate to charm a 16th-century English apple marketplace. This Renaissance anniversary appearance music, magic, and bamboozlement on eight stages, accurate jousting, ability shops. Old English foods, and children’s activities. Every weekend through June II 10 am-7 pm. Tickets S9.75 adults. $4.50 accouchement bristles to twelve. Thirty account south of Dallas/Fort Worth abreast Waxahachie Take 1-35. avenue 399A. and chase the signs. (2)4) 937-6130.
Hoop-it-Up. Aloof three years old, Hoop-D-Do. the accepted alfresco basketball clash that began here, has gone civic and afflicted its name. But it’s still the fun, fast-paced streethall clash we’ve appear to love. June 23-25. Fri 4-8 pm. Sat & Sun 7:30 am-6 pm. In the West End. Free.522-HOOP.
Summer Account Club. The Dallas Accessible Library’s anniversary account club begins June 10. The affair this year is “Creature Features’-books about animals. Kids, allegation apprehend alone one book to join, and account ten books gets them a certificate. 670-1400.
Film Dada It. A accord amid the USA Blur festival, the Dallas Building of Art. and Club Dada. this alternation of films and achievement an will focus on the exhausted poets of the Fifties-Jack Kerouac. Al Ginsberg. William Burroughs-and the improvement of Dadaism. June 16-18 at 9 pm. Tickets $6. $5 associates of the DMA or the blur festival. Alfresco date at Club Dada. 2720 Elm 744-DADA.
Chisholm Trail Round-Up. Staged in the country’s better celebrated district, the Fort Worth Stockyards, this is a three-day anniversary of music, games, and ball adulatory the allegorical beasts drives of the Old West. June 9-11 Fri 1 pm-1 am, Sat 11 am-1 am. Sun 11 am-10 pm. Tickets $2 adults, accouchement beneath twelve free. Fort Worth Stockyards, circle of Main and Exchange. (817) 625-7005.
The Giadney Skittle. Help out a nonprofit alignment while adequate a day of fun, sun. and lots of baptize at the anniversary fundraiser for the Edna Gladney Center. The fun takes abode at Wet “N Wild. Ticket prices are bargain and account the acceptance agency. June 3. Noon-10 pm. Tickets S10 in advance. $11 at the door. Wet ’N Wild. 1800 E Lamar Blvd. Arlington. 553-5445.
Ripley’s Belleve It or Not ! The aboriginal appearance of the plan to clean the Wax Museum. Ripley’s exhibits “oddities, curiosities, and illusions aggregate from all corners of the globe.” Opens June I. 10 am-9 pm daily. Tickets $5.95 adults. $4.95 accouchement four to twelve. 601 E Safari Parkway. Grand Prairie. 263-2391.
Charity Arabian Horn Show. At atomic 400 horses will attempt in thirty-five classes including Western. English. Humer-Jumper. and American Built-in Costume, benefiting Dallas Can’ Agreeable ball and arts and crafts will additionally be a pan of the show. June 9-11. Tickets $5 in advance. $6.50 at the door. Fair Esplanade Coliseum. 1-30 and Additional Ave. 522-8312.
Dallas Symphony Showcase. Furnished and busy by bounded designers, the 11.000-square-foot home of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Murchison. in Highland Park, will he on affectation to account (he Dallas Symphony Orchestra. June 16-29. Mon-Wed. Fri & Sat 10 am-4 pm. Thur 10 am-6:30 pm. Sun 1-5 pm. Tickets $6 in advance. $8 at The aperture 4800 Lakeside Drive. 522-6834.
Dairy Day it Old City Park. There will be affluence of chargeless samples of ice cream, yogurt, milk, cheese, and added dairy favorites, and you can try your luck at bribery a cow or authoritative butter. June 3. 10 am-3 pm. Old City Park. 1717 Gano. Free. 421-5141.
Starplex. In its additional season, the alfresco amphitheater of Dallas continues to accompany in some abundant performers. All shows at 8 pm. Starplex Amphitheatre, Pennsylvania at Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Fair Park. Tickets accessible through Rainbow-Ticket Master. 787-2000. June 10 Texas Jazz Fest ’89 16 George Strait 23 Benson & Hedges Blues Festival
Anton Carter Museum. Aboriginal Photographic Portraits. About as anon as the camera was invented, photographers were application this newest of accessories to appraise one of the oldest of subjects, the animal face; here, in account of photography’s sesquicentennial, are thirty pioneering, portraits. Through June 11 at 3501 Camp Bowie. Fort Worth. Tue-Sat 10 am-5 pm. Sun 1-5:30 pm. (817) 738-1933.
Dallas Building of Art. Concentrations 21: Gael Stark, addition in the museum’s excel lent alternation of one-artist shows, appearance paintings by a Houston artisan in which close layers of writing, numbers, and acutely accidental scrawls arc as mysteriously evocative as an old blackboard. Through July 2 at 1717 N Harwood Tue, Wed. Fri. Sat 10 am-5 pm. Thur 10 am-9 pm. Sun noon-5 pm. 922-1200.
Dallas Building of Natural Hiatory. The building has installed “Jumbo” on the breadth overlooking the Fair Esplanade lagoon. The amazing pachyderm was aggressive by a skeleton in the museum’s accumulating of fossils. Added abiding exhibits accommodate a accumulating of gems and minerals and abode groupings of built-in Texas mammals, birds, and reptiles. At Fair Park, I-30 and Additional Ave. Mon-Sat 9 am-5 pm, Sun and holidays noon-5 pm. 670-8457. Ramses the Abundant brings a lung’s bribe of Egyptian altar to town, alignment from admirable gold collars and bracelets to the fifty-seven-ton granite colossus. Through Aug 27 in the Automobile Building, Aboriginal and Grand Ave. Mon-Sun 9 am-6 pm. Tickets $8 adults, $5 accouchement to fourteen. 1-800-HI-MUMMY. or, in Dallas. 421-2500.
Kimbell Art Museum. The building appearance a abiding accumulating of important European paintings and carve through the aboriginal 20th century, additional a baby but best accumulating of pre-Columbian and Far Eastern art. 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd. Fort Worth. Tue-Sat 10 am-5 pm. (817) 332-8451.
Meadows Museum. A alluring and alone affiliate in the history of abbey architectonics is acquiescently advised in Churches of Por-rugal, an display of black-and-white and blush photographs by Charles Brummel. columnist at the Chicago Art Institute. June 8-July 22 on the SMU campus. Owen Arts Center, 6101 Bishop. Mon-Sat 10 am-5 pm. Sun 1-5 pm. 692-2516.
Modern Art Building of Fort Worth. Gorbachev may be accepting his (roubles in Soviet Georgia and Armenia, but actuality in the galleries of (he Modern An Museum, breadth the paintings of adolescent Soviet and American artists adhere ancillary by ancillary in 10 10: Contemporary Soviet and American Painters, glasnost is working. Through Aug 14 at 1309 Montgomery. Fort Worth. Tue-Sat 10 am-5 pm, Sun 1-5 pm. (817)738-9215.
Museum of African-Amerlcan Activity and Culture. Texas Col-lects brings calm works by African and African-American artists from clandestine Dallas and Fort Worth collections. Through June 30 in Science Abode II. Fair Park. 1-30 and Additional Ave. Tue-Sat 9:30 am-5:30 pm. Sun noon-5 pm. 565-9026.
Science Place. A new abiding display alleged “Kids Place” has opened in Science Abode I The display is advised for accouchement ages two to seven and includes added than twenty-five hands-on science activities disconnected into four groups: the Numbers Forest. Building Things. Senses, and Waterworks. Through Oct 31 is Mummies! an display including Padihershef. a 2.600-year-old mummy, a female, and adolescent mummy. All are partially unwrapped. Tue-Sat 9:30 am-5:30 pm, Sun noon-5 pm. Acceptance $5 adults. $2 accouchement and chief citizens. Science Abode 1 & II in Fair Park. 1-30 and Additional Ave. 421-3466.
Afterimage. The camera never lies, but columnist Judy Miller has told some whoppers; cautiously altering her prints through collage and accurate hand-coloring, she juxtaposes bodies and animals in absurd and generally amusing situations. June 10-22 at the Quadrangle, 2800 Routh St. Suite 250. Mon-Sat 10 am-5:30 pm. 871-9140.
Eugene Binder Gallery. David Bates’s big oil paintings accept been ings on paper, works that are smaller, but every bit as beginning and lively. Through June 24 at 840 Exposition Ave. Tue-Fri 10 am-6 pm, Sat 10 am-5 pm. 821-5864.
500X Gallery. Every spring, this arcade throws accessible its walls and floors la any and all artists and ambitious artists; the consistent Accessible Appearance is ragged, occasionally a bit wild, but never dull. Through June 2 at 500 Exposition. Fri-Sun 1-5 pm. 818-1111.
Modern Dallas Art. The geometric images in Charlene Rathburn’s paintings are created on a computer and transferred to canvas, but the glowing, cellophane colors appear from wax encaustic, a painting average that dates aback to the Byzantine era. June 17-July 31 at 2015 S Edgefield. Thur-Sat noon-5 pm. 941-9811.
Telephone Ploneer Museum. The Juneteenth Exhibition is a active look, through the art of those it affected, at the activities that sur-round this anniversary anniversary of freedom. June 1-30 at 208 S Akard. Mon-Fri 9:30 am-4:30 pm. 464-8425.
Barry Whistler Gallery. Recent work-Paintings, Drawings, and Prints, done by Jack Hanley. June 2 July 8 at 2909-A Canton St. Tue-Fri 10 am-5:30 pm, Sat II am-5 pm. 939-0242.
MUSIC AND DANCE
Concert on the Lawn. The Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs a dusk conceit on the anew adapted alfresco date forth White Rock Lake at the Arboretum. June 2 at 8 pm. Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden. 8625 Garland Rd. Free. 327-8263.
Jazz Beneath the Stars. This fifth anniversary concert alternation offers a abundant Thursday black wind bottomward with such performers as the Danny Zeitlin Quartet on June I and the Stone Savage Band on June 29. Every Thursday in June at 8 pm. Ross Avenue Plaza of the Dallas Building . of An. Free. 922-1200
SMU Conservatory Festival. This annual get-togeiher of professionals and acceptance appearance about nightly performances-some chargeless of charge, some with a bashful acceptance cost. Highlights accommodate * Schubert black featuring the “Trout” Quintet with pianist Steven De Groote on aperture night. June I. and !he Dallas Wind Symphony on June 24. All performances in Caruth Auditorium SMU. For a com-plete agenda alarm 692-ARTS.
Dallas Symphony Discovery Series. This month’s featured performers are violinist Emanuel Borok on June 22 and Eduardo Mata with the Dallas. Symphony Orchestra on June 29. All performances at 8:15 pm. Tickets SI2. Lovers Lane United Methodist Church, bend of NW Hwy and Inwood. 692-0203.
Candida. The Lyric Opera of Dallas opens its 1989 analysis with a pro-duction of Leonard Bernstein’s banana opera based on Voltaire’s archetypal novel. It stars John Lankston. who appeared in the civic PBS advertisement of the work. June II at 2:30 pm. June 14. 16. & 17 at 8:15 pm. Tickets $7-$36. Majestic Theatre, 1925 Elm. 522-5653.
Two Gentieman of Verona. Shakespeare in the Esplanade presents one of the Bard’s beneath frequently performed comedies as its aboriginal alms in its new Location, an alfresco amphitheater at Samuell-Grand Park. Samuell Rd at Tennyson Esplanade Rd. June 13-25. except Mondays, at 8:30 pm. Chargeless 559-2778.
Much Ado About Nothing. Shakespeare’s abundant ball about how the calumniating Beatrice and the braggart Benedick ascertain they adulation anniversary added plays on odd-numbered nights June I3-July I at Fort Worth’s. Shakespeare in the Park. It alternates with the tragedy Macbeth, amphitheatre even-numbered nights June 14-July 2. No performances on Mondays. All shows activate at 8:30 pm. Trinity Esplanade Playhouse, circle of Forest Esplanade and Seventh St. (817) 336-7300.
Groucho-A Activity in RevueTheatre Three hosts Che civic bout featuring the aboriginal New York and London casting of this agreeable ball accounting and directed by Groucho Marx’s son Arthur June 2-July 2. Mon-Fri 8:15 pm. Sat 3:30 & 8:15 pm. Sun 2:30 & 7:30 pm. Tickets $I3-$24. In the Quadrangle, 2800 Routh St. 871-3300.
Best Little Whorehouse In Texas. The civic agreeable of Texas recounts the closing of the stale’s best acclaimed brothel. Garland Summer Musicals. June 16. 17,23-25. Fri & Sat 8 pm. Sun 2 pm. Tickets $I2. Garland Performing Am Center. 5th at Austin. 205-2780.
CindereIla. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s adaptation of the bogie crumb (originally accounting for television) has hardly been apparent on stage-this is a attenuate opportunity. Dallas Children’s Theatre Inc. June 16-July 2. Fri 7:30 pm, Sat 10:30 am &. 1:30 pm Sun 1:30 & 4 pm. Tickets $8. So for children. 978-0110.
Texas Rangers. With twelve home amateur this ages adjoin analysis rivals, the hasty Rangers could accessible a advantageous advance in the West. Arlington Stadium 1700 Copeland Rd. Arlington. All amateur at 7:35 pm. Tickets $4-$10 through the Texas Rangers Ticket Office.
Metro (817) 273-5100.
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Dallas Dragoons. Dallas’s able amphitheatre polo aggregation is the ascendant civic best and they’re out to avert that appellation this season. The Civic Polo League Championship bold will be played June 3 at 8 pm. State Fair Coliseum in Fair Park, 1-30 and Additional Ave. Tickets $12.50. 520-POLO.
Farmer’s Market, An amphitheater bazaar featuring added than a hundred Texas farmers and their wares. Fresh, acquaintance fruits and vegetables abound year-round. 5 am-7 pm circadian from backward May to backward Sept. 1010 S Pearl, six Mocks south of Commerce St in city Dallas. 670-5880.
Dallas Arboretum & Botanical Garden. Set on the eastern bank of White Rock Lake, the Arboretum offers a picnicker’s paradise with added than twenty-five beautifully landscaped acreage abounding with flowers. herbs, trees, gardens, and two celebrated homes. Tue-Sun 10 am-6 pm Acceptance $3 adults. $2 chief citizens, and SI accouchement six to twelve. Chargeless on Fridays from 3-6 pm. 8525 Garland Rd. 327-8263
Dallas Zoo. Tigers, zebras, okapi, and 1,600 added mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, including abounding attenuate and endangered species, can be begin at the Dallas Zoo. 9 am-5 pm daily. Acceptance S3 adults. $I.50 seniors and accouchement six to eleven, chargeless beneath six. 621 E Clarendon Dr. three afar south of downtown. 670-6825.
West End MarketPiace. Once a turn-of-the-century bonbon and tracker factory, this three-build ing, multilevel circuitous is host to added than seventy-five shops, fast-food slops. CityGolf-an indoor, twenty-seven-hole miniature golf course. StarBase-a live-action laser lag game, and Dallas Alley-a bistro extravaganza. Mon-Thur II am-10 pm. Fri & Sat 11 am-midnight. Sun noon-8 pm. 603 Munger Ave at Bazaar St. 954-4350.
Six Flags. This 205-acre affair esplanade appearance mure than a hundred rides, shows, and added attractions. Located in Arlington, amid Dallas and Fort Worth on 1-30 at SH360. Accessible 10 am daily. Alarm for closing times. Tickets $20.50 adults. $14 accouchement beneath forty-eight inches and chief citizens. Metro (817) 640-8900.
Wet’N Wild. As the mercury in the thermometer continues to climb, this is the esplanade to arch for to exhausted the heat. Affluence of baptize to accelerate through, attack in. and burst around. Through June 15, 10 am-6 pm dully; June I6-Aug 24, 10 am-9 pm daily. Tickets $13.95 adults. $11.95 accouchement three to twelve I800 E Lamar Blvd. Arlington. 265-3013 LBJ at NW Hwv. Garland. 840-0600.
Clown Around. Raining alfresco and annihilation for the kids to do? Arch for Clown Around, an calm action centermost featuring nine automated rides (an calm train, bonanza cars, mini aerial swings, and an eighteen-foot ferris wheel), two bold apartment with added than thirty video and accomplishment games, and a acknowledgment area. Mon-Thur 10 am-8 pm, Fri & Sat 10 am-10 pm. Sun noon-8 pm. Acceptance is chargeless and absolute ride passes are $5.95 Tue-Fri at 6 pm. $7.45 Fri 6-9 pm, all day Sat & Sun. 702 E Safari Blvd. Grand Prairie. Metro (214) 263-0001.
Sixth Attic Exhibit. The sixth attic of the Texas School BookDepository breadth Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly Tired the attempt thatkilled John F. Kennedy is accessible to the public. 9:30 am-4:30 pm dailyTickets Si adults. S3 chief citizens. $2 accouchement twelve and underTexas School Book Depository, 411 Elm St. 653-6666.
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