Posts Tagged ‘show’
Black Violin plays at Levitt Pavilion, Sat.

Hip-Hop for Strings

Fort Worth Weekly
Be honest. When you see two African-American guys dressed in hip-hop clothes, you probably don’t think “classical string players.” Nevertheless, that describes Black Violin, the duo that has forged a whole new genre of mu...


Long Dallas Shadow

Maybe my mentality is just different from the average Fort Worthian’s. I’m not from a twin city, and until relocating here 12-plus years ago from Houston (via New York City via Philadelphia via Pittsburgh), I never lived in...

Dina Yoffe plays Chopin and Scriabin at Piano Texas, Sat.

Going Chopin

Fort Worth Weekly
The Cliburn festival played great swaths of Frédéric Chopin’s piano music last March, but there’s still much greatness left in his body of work, which is why Piano Texas has gone mostly all-in for the Polish master this s...

Though the title of Jiri Kylian’s 1991 ballet losely translates into “little death,” an old French euphemism for “orgasm,” there wasn’t really anything sexual or erotic onstage.

Texas Ballet Theater: In Fine Form

Though a tad redundant, Artistic Director’s Choice was Grade-A quality.
Leonard Eureka
Repertory programs showcasing three or four short ballets, with a pas de deux thrown in sometimes for spice, have been the savior of small companies for decades. Little or no scenery and simple costumes keep production costs lo...

This doesn’t look like Chekhov: Stage West’s Vanya & Sonya & Masha & Spike.

Theater Round-Up

Fort Worth Weekly
At Tarrant County’s theater venues this week, the marquee opening looks to be Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, the 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Play. Christopher Durang’s send-up of Chekhov’s dramas takes place in ...

Robots premieres at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s IMAX theater.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 3 - For almost 50 years, Tom Stoppard has been bringing philosophy to the stage in his funny, energetic, intellectually questing plays. His latest is The Hard Problem, a drama about a brain researcher seeking a key to human...


Music Awards Are Here

It’s that time of year when we get together and celebrate all of the awesome music –– and maybe even some non-awesome tuneage –– that was pumped out of our fair burgh over the past 365 days or so. And only because som...


New Local Music

Hares on the Mountain, The Road Soda, and Dove Hunter lead the hit parade.
Fort Worth Weekly
Hares on the Mountain’s Lambs Musically, there haven’t been many major transformations made between Hares on the Mountain’s 2012 It Will Only Hurt Forever and their newest album, other than Lambs sounds markedly better an...

Mark Landson and pianist Thiago Nascimento are bringing the classics to the unwashed twice a month at the Live Oak. Photo by Serkan Zanagar.

New Ways

Bringing art music to the masses
Edward Brown
Violist Mark Landson has spent the better part of his 25-year career pondering the question that’s commonly on the minds of classical musicians: How the heck do you get average music lovers as excited about art music as they ...

Christopher Piper and Whitney Coulter do what they need to do to survive in Jubilee Theatre’s Sunset Baby.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 27 – We can hear the half-baked generalizations coming in the title of Robert Dubac’s one-man show The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron? This performance promises more of the “Group X does this, Group Y does that” sc...