Roughly Speaking podcast: Halloween special: Best of horror movie music (episode 168)

Dallas Center for the Performing Arts

It may be overshadowed locally by the stadium, but in American architectural circles the big debut this fall, without any doubt, is this group of buildings, which its executives are calling “the most significant new performing arts complex to be built since New York City's Lincoln Center.” The $354-million project includes a 600-seat theater by Joshua Ramus and Rem Koolhaas, a 2,200-seat opera house by Norman Foster and a 10-acre park by French landscape architect Michel Desvigne.
Timothy Hursley
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