UT Dallas’ Center for Translation Studies, in partnership with the UT Dallas McDermott Library and the UTD Bookstore, has announced the book for the next “Reading the World Book Club” discussion Sept. 24.
The Richardson Community Band’s Summer Concert Series continues Sunday with “The Silver Screen,” an exploration of the impact of music in the movies, particularly music that represents the good guys and bad guys.
The Dallas Asian American Youth Orchestra (DAAYO) is a non-profit organization opened to all students who share the same passion of music.
Richardson residents are invited to attend InspirAsian, a conference intended to captivate, motivate and redefine how Asians are represented in today’s world.
Storyteller, Carolina Quiroga-Hurtado has been traveling all over Texas telling stories and on Saturday, July 20 she will be visiting the Richardson Public Library for two special events.
The award-winning comedy, the Foreigner, opens this weekend at the Richardson Theatre Center (RTC) located at 518 W. Arapaho Road #113.
One of the oldest children’s theater in north Texas, the Junior Players, is teaming up with the University of Texas at Dallas starting today for their second annual summer collaboration.
Matilda, the musical was just recently released for performances in community theaters and is making its Texas debut right here in Richardson.
The Richardson Public Library hosts several lunchtime lectures throughout the month and this week one of the topics of discussion was on the Civil Rights Movement in the Dallas area.
The Core Theatre, 518 W. Arapaho Rd., Ste. 115, is presenting an original production entitled, “A Reason to Believe,” through July 14.