Posts Tagged ‘show’
One of Fort Worth’s more interesting art shows is opening on Thursday evening at the Fort Worth Central Public Library. Hidden Views contains objects of particular note from the museum’s archives, and it’s all attractivel...
William Campbell Contemporary Art
Carol Benson has turned into a house painter in her new show at William Campbell Contemporary Art. Her works on wood or steel panels evoke the boxy shape of houses while also mimicking the texture of cloth, flowers, and other m...
WED ? 29 The swirling, psychedelic, nightmarish visions of Erik Parker are on display at the Modern in their show entitled Focus: Erik Parker. The Stuttgart-born, San Antonio-raised artist’s paintings have been called “zany...
Gallery 414 will be closed this weekend, but the rest of the week you can catch Randy Bacon’s urban and suburban landscapes, as well as Carol Ivey’s still-life paintings and photographs.
A creative post-Rapture premise goes to waste in a new locally written graphic novel.
Discussing religion in an entertaining way is a difficult enterprise, and doing so memorably is next to impossible. Local writers Chad Feehan and Ryan Dixon have come up with a cool concept in their new graphic novel, Hell Hous...
WED ? 15 John B. Hedges will be the composer-in-residence for Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra next season, but you can get an early taste of his music at a concert in Aledo this evening. Various groups connected to Aledo High Sch...
Jubilee, celebrating its 30th anniversary, dusts off a holiday classic.
To celebrate its 30th anniversary season, Jubilee Theatre wanted to reach back into the past for a holiday show that was beloved by old-timers but that would also offer newcomers an alternative to the Nutcracker/Christmas Carol...
WED ? 8 Ballet Concerto once again rings in the holiday season with a selection of works that pointedly do not include The Nutcracker. This year’s selections feature Swingin’ Into the Holidays and The Christmas Grump, based...
The beloved ’60s stop-motion TV special comes to life on Casa Mañana’s stage.
Joe Sturgeon joined the staff of Casa Mañana as Director of Theater for Youth in July 2009. He’s directed many of the kids’ shows there and acted in some of the adult productions –– in October, he played Melvin P. Thor...
There are a lot of certifiably “cool” places in the 817. Lola’s Saloon attracts some of the hippest bands in the world, 1919 Hemphill is, by all accounts, the oldest DIY space in Texas (going on nine years now), and Angel...