Category Archives: North Texas Giving Day

Do Something More Tuesdays – 5 W’s for Giving

WHAT is North Texas Giving Day? North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event that provides nonprofits the opportunity to gain exposure to — and start relationships with — new donors, and for people in North Texas to come … Continue reading

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Do Something More Tuesdays – Payton and Holly Reeves for HSMTA

Imagine a flash of stage lights in your eyes. Imagine giving yourself over to a flow of dance, dialogue, and movement that you’ve practiced for months. Imagine your efforts culminating with audience murmurs erupting into applause as you breathe an … Continue reading

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Do Something More Tuesdays – DSM Academy of Performing Arts

An affiliate of Dallas Summer Musicals, the DSM Academy of Performing arts was founded in 1999 to engage and educate children and young adults in musical theatre training. Accredited arts teachers and theatre professionals lead four comprehensive sessions yearly, all … Continue reading

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Do Something More Tuesdays – Keron Jackson

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 … Continue reading

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Do Something More Tuesdays – Imagine the Future of DSM

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 … Continue reading

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