Posts Tagged ‘show’
The stars of the laugh-out-loud show and movies are the subjects of a Fort Worth artist’s digital paintings.
How many artists can say they have work in the private collections of Van Cliburn and the late President Gerald Ford’s family as well as those of Henry Rollins and Johnny Knoxville? Fort Worth’s own Sarah Green, 51, is a Br...
Once again, allow me to get on my high horse and complain about the preponderance of Texas Music at bars in Fort Worth. I’m not a hater. I like a lot of Texas Music. Collin Herring is one of my favorite artists of all time, t...
UTA’s current art show is appropriately called Introductions, featuring works in various media by three new assistant professors who are on tenure track.
WED ? 20 Gustavo Romero has already played complete cycles of Beethoven’s sonatas for solo piano at UNT. Now he’s teaming up with violinist Felix Olschofka to perform each of the master’s sonatas for piano and violin. It ...
So I missed the big Hentai Improvising Orchestra/Breaking Light show at Doc’s Records and Vintage last Sunday. However, each band lives on through the miracle of digital technology. For some Breaking Light, visit alonetone.co...
WED ? 6 Kimbell Art Museum Deputy Director Malcolm Warner lectures this afternoon on Scotland’s Old Master: Henry Raeburn. The painter, whose career spanned the 18th and 19th centuries, was widely acclaimed for his frankly re...
“I have a tiny world to save,” says the hero of the Scott Pilgrim graphic novels as he loses himself in a video game. His words can apply to a bunch of events going on this weekend.
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Male Actor Readers’ choice: David Coffee Critic’s choice: Todd Hart, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Theatre Arlington As executive producer of Theatre Arlington, Todd Hart has done more paperwork than stage wor...
The Fort Worth company inaugurates its new space with an original production.
When Richard Blake joined Pantagleize Theatre as managing director last fall, he told co-founder and artistic director Violet O’Valle that he intended to find the tiny company a permanent home. Pantagleize had been staging it...
The Gallery Night Show at Upstairs Gallery showcases the works of the Arlington venue’s habitual artists. The pieces here are heavy on landscapes and cityscapes, but the exhibit also features abstracts, collages, and sculptur...