Posts Tagged ‘show’
The veil of the mysterious falls over Gallery 414 with Flickers, a show featuring the likes of tesa morin’s videos, Eric Tosten’s abstract works, and other pieces of art that are heavily cloaked in shadow.
Circle Theatre’s current production is a holiday farce high on absurdity.
One of my favorite theatergoing experiences in recent years was Circle Theatre’s 2008 holiday production of A Very Merry Unauthorized Children’s Scientology Pageant. If you missed that nontraditional and rather biting music...
Oh, Kermie! Our favorite showbiz puppets are back in fine form.
I feel like I’m nine years old again. The newest adventure of Jim Henson’s creations, simply titled The Muppets, may not always work, but any movie that can take me back to my childhood has accomplished something, and I dar...
Art Corridor II, TCC Southeast Campus
The boring moments that come to all of us in our everyday lives are the subject of Note to Self, a show by Danny Haslett and Adam Werner that takes its inspiration from the mundane. The opening reception is on Thursday.
WED ▪ 9 History geeks and public radio fans rejoice! Sarah Vowell comes to UNT this evening. The author with a flair for bringing obscure subjects to humorous life will read from Unfamiliar Fishes, her new book about the infl...
Twenty-seven professors, lecturers, and instructors have contributed to the 13th Faculty Biennial at UTA, which includes Sedrick Huckaby’s heavily impastoed paintings, Pauline Hudel Smith’s digital prints, and Darryl Lauste...
Every time EPIC RUINS plays, it’s a pretty big deal. Even if drummer/co-songwriter Jordan Richardson didn’t have a full-time job backing big-timer Ben Harper and did live here, an ER show would still be an event, a highly m...
WED ▪ 12 Fans of German chamber music will be in clover when the Hugo Wolf Quartett visits TCU this evening. (The name is not a misprint — that’s how the word “quartet” is spelled in German.) The Austrian ensemble wil...
Caravaggio! The very name quickens the pulse of art lovers who know the 17th-century Italian artist’s canvases. His dramatically lit tableaux depict biblical scenes with characters in contemporary dress. The live models used ...
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Fort Worth Weekly Staff
Gallery Art Show in Last 12 Months Readers’ choice: Piranha Bear, The Where House Critic’s Top Five: A Certain Shade of Aftermath by Timothy Harding, Gallery 76102 Guest-curated by Christopher Blay (past critic’s choice f...