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Being Green

KRISTIAN LIN
Spring is a time of renewal, and that includes new ideas about our relationship to the environment. Fort Worth Botanic Garden is offering two opportunities to think about that subject this Thursday evening with a pair of lectur...


Night and Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 29 It’s going to be a week of farewells and farewell concerts for UNT’s music students. On Saturday, Paris Rutherford is honored by the UNT Jazz Singers for his work with that ensemble, but on this evening, th...



New Frontier

Leonard Eureka
Enrica Tseng, who took her final bow as principal dancer with Texas Ballet Theater last season, and her husband, Chung-Lin Tseng, also a former principal with TBT, are now focusing on a company they founded a couple of years ag...


Night and Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 22 UTA’s Spring Theatrefest 2009 runs through the weekend and includes not only a production of Sam Shepard’s domestic drama of repression A Lie of the Mind but also a slate of one-act plays. The most interest...



Opera Season

Leonard Eureka
Bunching all of its performances into an extended, three-week span in festival style has proved to be a financial boon for the Fort Worth Opera. This year’s go-’round starts Saturday with a sold-out performance of C...


Kick Off

Anthony Mariani
On Friday, Texas Dance Theatre introduces itself to Fort Worth with  a Gala Kickoff Opening at Scott Theatre at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.



Night and Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ? 15 After starting their season with a home sweep of Cleveland, the Texas Rangers found the shoe on the other foot when they got swept in Detroit. This evening they close out their series against the Baltimore Orioles, who...


Night and Day

ANTHONY MARIANI
Wednesday, April 8 Dentonian indie-rockers Matthew & The Arrogant Sea open for two acts from the Great White North — singer-songwriter Kate Maki and headliners Great Lake Swimmers — at Hailey’s, 122 Mulber...



Turning Corners

KRISTIAN LIN
How do you keep a classic play like Our Town from going stale? It’s simple – turn it into an opera. Of course, it helps to have one of America’s best living composers write the music. That would be Ned Rorem, ...


Glass Slipper, Silver Lining

Leonard Eureka
There’s good news and bad from Texas Ballet Theater as its season-closing revival of Ben Stevenson’s Cleopatra rolls into Bass Performance Hall this weekend.