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Cinderella is one of TBT’s most lavish productions.

Fancy Feet

Leonard Eureka
Texas Ballet Theater will present five performances of its popular Cinderella this weekend at Bass Performance Hall. The company gave several performances of the ballet in Richardson’s Eisemann Center earlier this month. TBT ...


Michael Carver-Simmons stars in SceneShop’s play at Fort Worth Fringe Festival.

On the Edge

Fort Worth Weekly
Ordinarily we would give pride of place to Spring Gallery Night (see: Saturday blurb), but we can’t resist an arts festival that’s making its debut, especially one with so many different performing acts. That would be the F...



Class Actress plays as part of 35 Denton.

NXSW

Fort Worth Weekly
While South by Southwest kicks off this weekend in Austin, Denton’s showing how much it cares for the competition by throwing its own music party at the same time. Who needs Austin’s traffic headaches and corporate hipness ...


Leonard Slatkin returns to FWSO this weekend.

Return Engagement

Fort Worth Weekly
It was quite a coup for the Van Cliburn Piano Competition to engage one of America’s greatest conductors, Leonard Slatkin, to conduct the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra for its final round three years ago. The maestro will ret...



TBT returns with a Classic Combination.

Back to Texas Ballet Theater

Leonard Eureka
Starting the year with a full repertory program, Texas Ballet Theater will present three classic gems from the last century in Bass Performance Hall this weekend. Harald Lander’s Études and Jerome Robbins’ The Concert (Or ...


The Attacca Quartet performs as part of the 2016 Cliburn Festival.

Red White and Blue Notes

Fort Worth Weekly
What is American music? You may have a hard time answering that after the Cliburn Festival, a series of five concerts of vocal and chamber music that encompasses our nation’s various strains of expression. Each concert is hel...



Goya — Visions of Flesh and Blood plays at Rave North East Mall, Thu.

Faces Before Us

Fort Worth Weekly
Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes is in many ways disturbingly modern. He excelled at depicting terrors of the soul, whether they were imaginary ones like the witches and demons in his “Black Paintings” or more concrete o...


Joshua Roman plays at the Kimbell, Thu.

Cello Pärt

Fort Worth Weekly
The Cliburn Concerts were scheduled to bring in Alisa Weilerstein this week, but she had to cancel. Not to worry, though; Joshua Roman should prove a more than adequate replacement. The 32-year-old Oklahoma City native is known...



Seven Guitars opens at Jubilee Theatre this week.

Black and Blues

Fort Worth Weekly
“They about to drive me crazy,” says one character in August Wilson’s Seven Guitars. “Who don’t know where the other one is or went or ain’t going or is going and this one’s dead and this one’s dying and who sho...


Alexander Calder’s “Trois Oignons” is up for sale at the Modern’s From the Vault auction.

Out of the Basement

Fort Worth Weekly
The thing about being a modern art museum is that, if you hang on to your artworks long enough, they’re not modern anymore. That’s what the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is facing with some of its pieces, so it’s holdin...