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Michael Carver-Simmons stars in SceneShop’s play at Fort Worth Fringe Festival.

On the Edge

Fort Worth Weekly
Ordinarily we would give pride of place to Spring Gallery Night (see: Saturday blurb), but we can’t resist an arts festival that’s making its debut, especially one with so many different performing acts. That would be the F...


Doug Atkins reads up on his new boss’ preferred aesthetic in Stage West’s Buyer & Cellar.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 16 - The great Shakespeare director Trevor Nunn once compared As You Like It to a beer commercial, feeling that its rollicking good cheer was forced. Polly Findlay cures that in her staging of the comedy at the National The...



Christopher Taylor, Shayleigh Ward, and Caddo Lindsey are caught in a triangle in UNT’s Stage Kiss.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 9 - David Itkin and six students will take turns conducting the UNT Symphony Orchestra as it accompanies the students who have won the music school’s concerto competition. You’ll hear soloists play the marimba and the e...


Artes de la Rosa’s Big Fish opens at Rose Marine Theater (and not at this waterfall), Fri.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 2 - The touring festival may be called Mountainfilm, but it’s devoted to short films that celebrate all parts of nature. This year’s films stopping in Fort Worth include Freddie Wilkinson and Renan Özturk’s Rinpoche ...



SHUFFLE Concert takes requests at the Live Oak, Thu.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 24 - An ACL tear will keep Megan Rapinoe out of the Olympics this year, but it won’t keep the World Cup-winning U.S. women’s soccer team’s marauding left-winger from holding a training camp this evening for girls ages...


Some of the guitars you’ll see at the antiques show date from the 1920s to the 1940s. Photo by Jan Orr-Harter.

Vintage Guitar Nut?

These babies play great and also happen to be in excellent shape.
Jeff Prince
The annual Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art has been offering everything from old toasters to Victorian furniture to porcelain figures to original paintings for more than 50 years at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. “Ten...



The Attacca Quartet performs as part of the 2016 Cliburn Festival.

Red White and Blue Notes

Fort Worth Weekly
What is American music? You may have a hard time answering that after the Cliburn Festival, a series of five concerts of vocal and chamber music that encompasses our nation’s various strains of expression. Each concert is hel...


Felicia Bertch, Robert Gemaehlich, Karen Matheny, and Andrew Manning star in Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s 17th-century shows.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 17 - Josh Fox earned an Oscar nomination for his anti-fracking documentary Gasland. Now you can see what he’s been doing for an encore when he premieres his new film, How to Let Go of the World (and Love Everything Climat...



Patrick Bynane chalks up the inaccuracies of Amphibian Stage Productions’ Isaac’s Eye.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 10 - We’re probably not the only ones who find it ironic that a beer-and-standup-comedy night features a comic named Coffee. Joe Coffee is one of six acts who take the stage at Rubber Gloves Rehearsal Studio’s Good Beer...


“Hollywood” is one of the pieces in American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood at the Amon Carter Museum.

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Kristian Lin
Wed 3 - Mahler’s Sixth Symphony is perhaps his most traditional work, a raw and crushing statement ironically written during one of the happiest periods of the composer’s life. He eschewed his typical song quotes and bird c...