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Fort Worth Opera Sings

Irving Music Factory Hurts

Witchy Win

Lost in thought and balletic reverie

Scaling Heights

Arts

Arts

Fort Worth Opera’s Brief Encounters Shine

Fort Worth audiences have come to expect contemporary opera selections as an almost accepted part of the company’s annual music festival. They’ve also come...

Something Intangible Shines

The story of the brilliant artist as raging egomaniac is an appealing one, probably because it allows us to see our worst character traits...

Life Sucks: Heavy Levity

Watching Russian drama can sometimes feel like lead weights dragging you to the bottom of a dark sea floor. The deeper you sink, the...

Woman. Mother. Ph.D.?

In May, I earned my doctorate from Texas Christian University. In June, a media firestorm was unleashed on the subject of women earning doctorates....

Casanova’s Lives

By now you’ve seen promotional material for the Kimbell’s new exhibit — one of several coquettish young women with porcelain skin, painted in soft...

R.I.P., Hazel

That weed growing outside my glass door needs to be pulled. The stalk of Johnson grass keeps waving in the wind, catching my peripheral...

Feel the Noise

Since becoming artistic director 14 years ago, Ben Stevenson has elevated Texas Ballet Theater to a top regional company. Excellent principal dancers, wonderful ensemble...

Deliverance

Deliverance is what I need. No, not the movie, sickos. I need to be set free from TCU men’s basketball because I’ve stopped caring....