Posts Tagged ‘musical’
As you read in our cover story last week (“Q’d Up,” May 21), Q Cinema is now celebrating 10 years of existence, having weathered such challenges as recessions, the local gay community’s varying tastes, a...
The seniors in the documentary Young@Heart are never too old to learn new songs.
If you saw the Rolling Stones’ concert film Shine a Light and were impressed by the energy of those sexagenarian band members, you should check out another concert film released this week that’s about an even older ...
With Crowns, Jubilee traces the history of African-American headwear wonderfully, if a little hastily.
For Jubilee Theatre’s current gospel musical, Crowns, set designer Judd Vermillion has turned the back wall of the stage into what looks like a lady’s hat store in the 1930s Deep South.
Take the elevator down to the 4th Street basement where the Scat Jazz Lounge lives these days, and you’ll find the night-blooming flower of jazz thriving under the dim lights.
Valentine’s Day may be a creation of the retail sector to drive up sales during a slow period, but it has given rise to no shortage of entertainment options in Tarrant County this year.
Trading in tails for jeans has been a blessing for singer-songwriter Jordan Critz.
Ad-libbing a new ending to a Mozart concerto changed Jordan Critz’ world – not to mention his standing in the piano competition in which he was playing.
Seattle transplant Herb Levy settled in Fort Worth eight years ago so that his wife, painter Carol Ivey, could be closer to her family.
Even with a promising soloist, August Rush misses a boatload of notes.
I must confess, Freddie Highmore is starting to scare me a bit (in a good way, though).
The term “film noir” was invented by French critics in the late 1950s as a label for a set of movies that Hollywood started making in the ’40s.
Though more like a rehearsal than a finished performance, FWO’s production of Rossini’s Petite Mass Solennelle offered sparkling musicality.
A performance last Saturday of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle was a change of pace from the traditional fare that makes up the bulk of the current Fort Worth Opera festival.