Posts Tagged ‘show’
A season’s worth of Sex and the City, squished into one uneven movie.
I wish the Sex and the City movie had been a musical, with our four favorite fashion plates addressing their relationship problems by bursting into song and dance.
There’s a lot of movement but not much point to The Book of Liz at Theatre Arlington.
Just before last Saturday’s performance of The Book of Liz, a Theatre Arlington staffer gave an odd little speech to the audience.
This is the last weekend to catch the B.F.A. exhibit at UTA.
Applications for the third annual Texas Biennial are now available at www.texasbiennial.com. A group art show composed of open submissions, the biennial, if you haven’t already guessed, is grossly biased toward Austin, th...
Julie Lazarus’ show at William Campbell Contemporary is unusual…
The ever-busy Linda Blackburn enjoys a solo exhibition at Artspace 111, having contributed to their Gallery Night show last month as well as the Painted Violins display at Bass Hall.
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.
A painter whose photograph-like works on canvas recall vintage hand-tinted postcards, Bob “Daddy-O” Wade is an artist who trafficks in images from Texas’ iconography past and present.
This is the last weekend to catch the show of Álvaro Zorrilla’s paintings at Rose Marine Theatre.
This is International Week at TCU, and for the second straight year, the KinoMonda film series will mark the occasion with a blowout event called TCU Food and Film.