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Dallas Summer Musicals Figures Out a Clever Way to Beat the Pandemic, so Hello, Vanessa Williams

Dallas Summer Musicals Figures Out a Clever Way to Beat the Pandemic, so Hello, Vanessa Williams

This story, originally published in The Dallas Morning News, is reprinted as part of a collaborative partnership between The Dallas Morning News and TMN. The partnership seeks to boost coverage of Dallas’s communities of color, particularly in southern Dallas.

By Michael Granberry
Dallas Morning News Writer

“Live from the West Side” has proven to be a streaming sensation.

The pandemic has taken a fierce toll on Dallas-area arts organizations, Dallas Summer Musicals in particular. DSM recently announced that it would remain dark until May of next year, when it hopes to unveil the Tony Award-winning Hadestown. (The key word being “hopes.”)

In the meantime, Dallas Summer Musicals has figured out a clever way to give something back to its patrons while also enhancing the bottom line. It’s a phrase we’ve used often in 2020 but, once again, call it a way to make lemonade out of lemons.

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