Posts Tagged ‘Casa Manana’
Head to North East Mall and check out the can art at CANstruction.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 17 This midweek is a good time to head to North East Mall and check out the can art at CANstruction. The ephemeral sculptures made out of canned goods are a yearly tradition designed to benefit Tarrant Area Food Bank. T...


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Mi Casa Es Su Casa

Jimmy Fowler
In an era of proposed funding cutbacks for Fort Worth arts groups, what’s one way to bring new audiences through the door and keep ‘em there? Booze during the performance! Okay, not just booze, but all beverages, as Casa Ma...



Ann-Marie Barker’s “The Living Room” at Casa Mañana.

Reframing

Big Ticket
For whatever reason, the main attractions at this year’s Spring Gallery Night seem to lie outside the usual venues. Don’t get us wrong: The traditional spaces still have some stimulating shows opening this weekend. William ...


Dare To Care For Sophie

Jeff Prince
I dare you to dare Jenny Smith to do something crazy. I double dog dare you. It just might help Sophie live a while longer. In October, Smith’s dog Sophie was diagnosed with cancer and began undergoing chemotherapy treatm...



Rudolph and Hermey, Together Again

Jimmy Fowler
This week’s ”Stage” page features a cool conversation with Joe Sturgeon, Casa Manana’s director of children’s theater and the man responsible for the world premiere musical Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – based not...


Hurricane Ruta Returns to Town

Jimmy Fowler
Before we were old enough to know who she was, some of us remember seeing Ruta Lee in Casa Manana ads during Channel 11’s afternoon movies in the ‘70s. Lee is preparing to open this Saturday in Casa’s version of The Best ...



Come Back to the Fort, Ruta Lee, Ruta Lee

Jimmy Fowler
Longtime fans of Fort Worth theater will of course recognize the name Ruta Lee. The saucy, platinum-haired grande dame has graced the Casa Manana stage off and on for five decades. She’ll be returning in October to star in th...