Posts Tagged ‘Artes de la rosa’
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Visionary Awards

Adam Adolfo, Bradly Brown, and HOMECOMING! Committee are this year’s winners.
ANTHONY MARIANI AND JIMMY FOWLER
Fort Worth Weekly is not an advocacy mag, unless you consider exposing sources of anti-truth, anti-liberty, and anti-justice some sort of biased mission. But we do enjoy pointing readers in the right direction. For more than 15...


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Into the Artes

Adam Adolfo takes Rose Marine and a diverse cast deep into Sondheim territory.
JIMMY FOLWER | photos by vishal malhotra
Adam Adolfo just wanted to play one of Willy Loman’s sons. A Corpus Christi high school student and already a theater geek, he auditioned for the Death of a Salesman role in a community theater production — and, in one of t...



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Open Call of the Dead

JIMMY FOWLER
It’s important to remember that the Rose Marine Theatre’s annual Dia de Los Muertos celebration is proudly Mexican in its origins. But like all international celebrations that find their way into the U.S. national conscious...


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In the Heights: Community Theater

Artes de la Rosa stages its biggest show yet.
JIMMY FOWLER
Artes de la Rosa, the performance and visual arts group housed at Rose Marine Theater, had originally planned to produce Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Evita for its spring 2013 musical. But artistic director Adam Adolfo ...



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“The Fifth Sun” at Rose Marine

Jimmy Fowler
Religion and politics may be off-limits as polite dinner party conversation, but if treated with complexity, they make for explosive theater. Artes de la Rosa, the visual and performing arts arm of the Rose Marine Theatre, pres...


Wes Cantrel, Grace Neeley, and Keith J. Warren in Maria de Buenos Aires.

Fort Worth Operita

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While Fort Worth Opera is busy unveiling new works to eager moviegoers this month (see Stage article), there’s a new stage piece enjoying its regional premiere at Rose Marine Theater this weekend. María de Buenos Aires was w...



“La Misma Luna” at Rose Marine

Jimmy Fowler
This Friday (May 4) at 8:30pm, Artes de la Rosa (the resident performing and visual arts organization of the Rose Marine Theatre) offers a free outdoor screening of the award-winning 2007 drama La Misma Luna (Under the Same Moo...


Claudia Acosta stars in Artes de la Rosa’s theatrical production of Electricidad.

Electricidad: Still Scary

Artes de la Rosa tackles a Latinized version of Sophocles’ Electra.
JIMMY FOWLER
Yvonne Duque first encountered playwright Luis Alfaro’s Electricidad –– a contemporary version of Sophocles’ Greek tragedy Electra set in an urban gang milieu –– in an issue of the magazine American Theatre back in ...



Body Art at Rose Marine

Jimmy Fowler
Tomorrow night (Saturday March 26) at 7:30pm, the Rose Marine Theater’s art gallery will host the opening night of Cuerpo: The Art of the Body as its contribution to Fort Worth’s Spring Gallery Night. This show – which us...


Open Call of the Dead

Jimmy Fowler
The Fort Worth Latino arts organization Artes de la Rosa has announced an open call for its annual Dia De Los Muertos Art Show. They are accepting artworks on canvas, installations, sculpture, and altars in this celebration of ...