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A Tragedy of Errors

Darlie Routier. If you remember her at all, you’re probably seeing the same mental image that most of us have: a young, attractive blonde...

On the Brink

The health of a city’s performing arts scene can broadly be measured by how well its orchestra is funded. Managing the large ensembles requires...

Need and Desire

On March 26, the Kimbell Art Museum will host an exhibition of the work of its architect. Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture will...

Love Crises, Stage Surprises

Amorous relations inspired identity crises on two local stages last week. At Amphibian Stage Productions, local playwright Kathleen Culebro debuted her new play, Smart...

Restaurant for the Mind Arrives

Looking back at all the shopping I’ve done in the past year alone, I can say most of it has been done online, usually...

Suspension of Disbelief

After dragging its feet for more than a year, and no doubt quietly enjoying the controversy and seemingly endless contradictory speculation by former players,...

A Landslide Victory for Ann

We thought we’d never chuckle at politics again, and then Ann (The Ann Richards Play) landed at Stage West Theatre –– our sides splintered...

Lorna Simpson: Head on Ice

The entry to FOCUS: Lorna Simpson is almost completely filled by a Madonna-esque diptych. At 5-by-8 feet, “Famous Statue Damn” and “Famous Statue Volcano” depict...

Escalator to Heaven

Allegheny Center was for losers. The shopping mall on the north side of the cold, gray, soul-destroying Rust-Belt city where I grew up didn’t...

CRUDE Coffee Arrives

Teresa Bloodworth’s first love has always been putting foodstuff in an oven and making magic. She’s loved baking since childhood, relishing fond memories of...