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Monday, June 17, 2024

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A Joyful Message

Since its premiere off-Broadway in 1961, Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity has only grown in popularity, first as a song-driven play based on the poet’s...

Neighborly Acts

The backlit white drapes obscuring chairs and other pieces of furniture make for a pretty compelling metaphor. Much in the way the props hide...

New Voices

Nicholas Garza described his choral group’s opening concert a couple of months ago as “uplifting and emotional,” and it sure does sound that way....

Feats of Clay Stinnett

I don’t know how else to put this: Making sense of Clay Stinnett’s paintings in his solo show Honky Tonk Lagoon at Fort Works Art...

Mapping Time and Space

“War Horse in Babylon” captures a horrifying scene. The large oil painting by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith centers on the gray silhouette of the animal...

Creature Features

Forget what anybody else tells you. Halloween is the most wonderful time of the year. The fake cobwebs, the glowing pumpkins on people’s doorsteps,...

Second-Gen Theater

Despite refocusing the 2020-2021 season on virtual or outdoor programming and navigating ongoing economic uncertainty in the years since, Stage West is stronger than...

Rewired for Radio

Matthew Broyles is a busy man. As a musician, mostly performing under “The Matthew Show,” he plays several nights a week. In addition, he...

Monkey Wrench

Sometimes you read books that are powerful and evocative in a way you don’t see coming. Stuff that shakes you awake, challenges you, and...

Escape to Reality

The works of Western artists have long oscillated between escapism and the minutiae of daily life. While the otherworldly paintings of Salvador Dali and...