Posts Tagged ‘christmas’
Robyn Glass’ paintings of domestic scenes aim for discontent and an off-kilter quality that’s reminiscent of the paintings of John Currin. Her holiday-themed show – not the most festive but certainly interesti...
WED ? 2 This week Riverdance plays Bass Hall as part of its farewell tour. (Cue the sound of haters murmuring, “Don’t come back.”) The show premiered on the multinational TV show Eurovision in 1994 and will go...
Christmas is for children, even the grownup ones. A one-night program of live music, short theater pieces, and comic sketches, SceneShop’s sixth annual revue A Fifth of Christmas promises to be irreverent, rude, and as ta...
THU ? 26 One good thing about having the Dallas Cowboys in our area: Their annual Thanksgiving Day game gives Night & Day an item to run on a holiday when not much else is going on. In their first Turkey Day game at the new...
WED ? 18 With Rick Perry and Kay Bailey Hutchison set to drain each other of resources in the Republican primary, might there be room for a Democratic candidate to sneak into the governor’s chair? We don’t know, but...
Rob Williams is not related to the British pop singer Robbie Williams, though some people do confuse the two of them. “I get phone calls for him all the time,” said the TCU graduate who now lives in the Los Angeles ...
A touring photo exhibit perplexes, while the 817′s two major dance companies generate some ka-ching.
This is the last weekend to catch Robert S. Drew’s powerfully primitive glass mosaics at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
December is Nutcracker month, and Texas Ballet Theater trots out its luxurious version of the popular Tchaikovsky Christmas story, offering four performances beginning Friday in Bass Performance Hall.
Throughout history artists have committed some of their most enthralling visions to humble paper rather than expensive canvas.