Posts Tagged ‘jewish’
Fort Worth’s Loli Kantor draws inspiration from her long-deceased Jewish parents for a portrait of Eastern Europe.
Photographer Loli Kantor’s works have reached nearly every corner of the globe through notable museums like The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; the Photography Museum of Lishui, China; and the Lviv National Museum in Ukraine. H...
A newbie tackles Baruch Spinoza’s heady philosophizing in Stage West’s latest.
When Garret Storms auditioned last year for Stage West’s current production of David Ives’ New Jerusalem, his hopes weren’t particularly high. He’d just returned to Fort Worth to live with his family after earning a BFA...
WED ? 14 If you’ve never ridden in a zeppelin before and have loads of spare cash to throw around, the Farmers Airship is in Fort Worth all week. The vehicle is the only zeppelin in the Western Hemisphere and bills itself as ...
Sarah Palin didn’t need to apologize regarding the attempted assassination of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. And she didn’t apologize. But, true to her ditzy ways, she still opened her mouth and weighed in on the matter, ...
Acting acrobatics or bracing theater? Copenhagen loves the former.
Every so often, Heisenberg’s 1927 principle of uncertainty –– a foundation of quantum mechanics –– pops up as a theme in art. The Coen brothers’ acclaimed recent comedy A Serious Man depicted a Midwestern Jewish pro...
I’m not ashamed to say it: A Serious Man confused the hell out of me. Most confusing movies are that way because they’re poorly made, but this one is incredibly well made. (One expects nothing less from the Coen bro...
Adam Sandler plays an Israeli superhero, with good and really bad results.
In Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up, the main character and his Jewish friends are huge fans of Steven Spielberg’s Munich: “Every movie with Jews, we’re the ones getting killed.
Location, location, location.
Depending on where you sit, Stage West’s version of As Bees in Honey Drown is either fun or clichéd.
Americans love the idea of the “self-made man,” or of the woman who takes charge of her life and becomes the person she was meant to be.
For Your Consideration, this comedy isn’t the best from Christopher Guest.
Having worked in the mock-documentary format since This Is Spinal Tap, Christopher Guest has ditched the form in his latest movie, For Your Consideration. You’ll hardly notice, though, since the movie takes place in an area (...