Posts Tagged ‘arts’
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WED ? 9 The Super Bowl is over, but at least one museum has kept up its football-themed art show. Grit and Glory: Six Man Football is an exhibit of photographs by Laura Wilson, who spent the 1990s in small Texas towns documenti...
The beloved ’60s stop-motion TV special comes to life on Casa Mañana’s stage.
Joe Sturgeon joined the staff of Casa Mañana as Director of Theater for Youth in July 2009. He’s directed many of the kids’ shows there and acted in some of the adult productions –– in October, he played Melvin P. Thor...
WED ? 27 In the pages of The New York Times, Maureen Dowd rather brilliantly compared Das Rheingold to The Social Network, both being stories about an antisocial nerd who’s mocked by women until he invents a device that makes...
Ready for something spangly? JazzXpressions-Whimseez Fine Arts on the North Side continues its show of fabric and beaded art by Robert L. Berry and Colleen Schondel. It remains up through the end of the month.
College campuses are supposed to be dead in the summer, but UNT isn’t holding to that this week. The school’s dance, theater, and opera students will all be taking the stage this weekend only, so you may want to head up to ...
Rest easy, Daniel-san. This remake is a worthy successor.
All right, this is bugging me: Why is this movie entitled The Karate Kid? I understand why the filmmakers would want to keep the title of the 1984 movie that they were remaking, but this new version is set in China and revolves...
WED ? 21 It’s a fair distance between Granbury and Grapevine, but Texas Family Musicals will be traveling it by bringing Granbury Opera House’s production of There Will Be No Sad Songs to the Palace Theatre in Grapevine. Th...
This week’s Night & Day spotlight falls on charitable events, some of which take advantage of the spring weather while others move indoors. The outdoor events kick off on Wednesday with the Fort Worth CAN Academy Celebrit...
It may be August, but if you think the colleges have gone quiet when it comes to performing arts, UNT is going to prove you wrong.
The influence of Django Reinhardt continues to pop up in the most unusual places, like the 2007 video game BioShock, which contained several Reinhardt songs on its soundtrack.