Posts Tagged ‘arts’
Live, improvisational jazz isn’t scary, it needn’t be excessively mathematical or theoretical, and it doesn’t require a college degree to be enjoyed.
This roly-poly animated kung fu comedy hits home.
The latest animated family film from DreamWorks Animation, Kung Fu Panda is not as much fun as Kung Fu Hustle, but it’s much better than Kung Pow: Enter the Fist.
You can’t spell Mamet without MMA! A famed playwright goes jiu-jitsu on us.
Seven years ago, David Mamet capped a winning streak as a film director with his engaging farce State and Main, following his twisty 1997 thriller The Spanish Prisoner and his elegant 1999 period drama The Winslow Boy.
Last week may have been the Denton Arts & Jazz Fest, but this week UNT is offering even more interesting events for our readers up north or for downtowners who might want to head over there.
We’re not sure why TCU’s newest gallery dedicated to contemporary art has given itself a name that will lend itself to easy confusion with FWCAC.
Several of Fort Worth Community Arts Center’s shows this month share an environmental theme.
Seattle transplant Herb Levy settled in Fort Worth eight years ago so that his wife, painter Carol Ivey, could be closer to her family.
This is the last weekend to catch Robert S. Drew’s powerfully primitive glass mosaics at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
Stage West gets ready to move into new digs and rediscover some lost energy.
In its 28 seasons, Stage West has offered a little bit of pretty much everything: regional premieres, regional and national debuts, sentimental favorites, you name it.
Night & Day often recommends events that take place in concert halls, theaters, and museums, but this weekend a bunch of events skip that scene entirely and serve as a nice change of pace.