Posts Tagged ‘modern’
WED ? 21 The show in Arlington Museum of Art’s Mezzanine Gallery is appropriately entitled Wide Spectrum. Encompassing both James Haddock’s abstract landscapes and Mahto Hogue’s highly traditional Southwestern portraits, ...
WED ? 7 Former American Idol finalist Syesha Mercado stars in Dallas Summer Musicals’ production of Dreamgirls running this month. As usually happens with stage shows that spawn successful movie musicals, the actors have to c...
In what has to be a first –– has to be –– the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth is presenting a solo exhibit of a Fort Worthian’s contemporary art. K-Mart Conceptualism will gather about 35 works by Vernon Fisher, who h...
There were 110 entries for this year’s Marguerite McCammom Biennial Voice Competition, sponsored by the Fort Worth Opera Guild. Of these, 26 will be heard in semifinal performances Friday in the auditorium of the Fort Worth M...
Too much confusion marred the fledgling TDT’s latest performance.
Texas Dance Theatre brought its inaugural season to a close by offering a potpourri of Modern pieces last weekend at Scott Theater. They covered a lot of stylistic territory but weren’t all stellar.
One of America’s great songwriters, Ricky Ian Gordon composes theatrical songs in the accessible style of Leonard Bernstein and Stephen Sondheim, and he’s written them for Broadway singers like Audra McDonald and Kristin Ch...
It’s a near-mandate that a writer’s end-of-year column has to be on one of three topics, each a cinch to whip out so we can leave early to be with our real or imagined families. For “The Year’s Top 10,...
WED ? 4 Australian music group Hillsong United brings its brand of Christian-flavored arena rock to movie theaters around the area this evening. The broadcast of a concert performed in Sydney the night before will be coupled wi...
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth takes a two-week break from screening current independent films to make room for Still Moving: Classic Films from MoMA.
These North Texan filmmakers work in Austin, but their hearts remain here.
Transcribing an interview with Jeff Fraley and Harry Lynch proves to be hard work.