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Ryan O’Connell to receive Black Tie’s Visibility Award at 2022 dinner

Award-winning writer/actor/producer Ryan O’Connell will be attending this year’s Black Tie Dinner as recipient of BTD’s 2022 Visibility Award, Black Tie officials announced this week. The 41st Black Tie Dinner, presented by PNC Bank, will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, at Sheraton Dallas Hotel. O’Connell, who has been nominated for an Emmy and has won a Writers Guild Award, starred in the critically acclaimed Special, a four-time Emmy-nominated and Writers Guild Award-winning short form series on...

Ryan O’Connell to receive Black Tie’s Visibility Award at 2022 dinner

Award-winning writer/actor/producer Ryan O’Connell will be attending this year’s Black Tie Dinner as recipient of BTD’s 2022 Visibility Award, Black Tie officials announced this week. The 41st Black Tie Dinner, presented by PNC Bank, will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, at Sheraton Dallas Hotel. O’Connell, who has been nominated for an Emmy and has won a Writers Guild Award, starred in the critically acclaimed Special, a four-time Emmy-nominated and Writers Guild Award-winning short form series on...

Stage Notes: TACA grants $125,000 to area theaters; ‘Book of Mormon’ announced for 2023

Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. TACA announces $125,000 in New Works 2.0 grants On Tuesday, The Arts Community Alliance (TACA) – announced the 2022 recipients of its New Works Fund that focuses support on new works of performing, literary and visual art in varying stages of development by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color), LGBTQ+, and female artists. The five arts organization...

A weekend in Washington

Woodhull Sexual Freedom Summit shows how far we’ve come, how hard we still have to fight Over the past weekend, I discussed the recent Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade with two lawyers who regularly argue cases before that very court. I had lunch with the author of a book about Anthony Comstock, the man who pushed through the most oppressive censorship laws the U.S. has ever known. I discussed the problems of suppression of speech on the internet and it’s devastating effect on sex...

 

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Ryan O’Connell to receive Black Tie’s Visibility Award at 2022 dinner

Award-winning writer/actor/producer Ryan O’Connell will be attending this year’s Black Tie Dinner as recipient of BTD’s 2022 Visibility Award, Black Tie officials announced this week. The 41st Black Tie Dinner, presented by PNC Bank, will be held Saturday, Sept. 24, at Sheraton Dallas Hotel. O’Connell, who has been nominated for an Emmy and has won a Writers Guild Award, starred in the critically acclaimed Special, a four-time Emmy-nominated and Writers Guild Award-winning short form series on...

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Stage Notes: TACA grants $125,000 to area theaters; ‘Book of Mormon’ announced for 2023

Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. TACA announces $125,000 in New Works 2.0 grants On Tuesday, The Arts Community Alliance (TACA) – announced the 2022 recipients of its New Works Fund that focuses support on new works of performing, literary and visual art in varying stages of development by BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color), LGBTQ+, and female artists. The five arts organization...