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Days of Shame

Nobody really knows why a group of white men went on a killing spree in the small East Texas town of Slocum in 1910....

Electricidad: Still Scary

Yvonne Duque first encountered playwright Luis Alfaro’s Electricidad –– a contemporary version of Sophocles’ Greek tragedy Electra set in an urban gang milieu ––...

Count Lyle’s Out There

Professional monster chaser, musician, and author “Count” Lyle Blackburn turns 52 this week, and he gave Fort Worth Weekly some insights into what it’s...

Ready As They’ll Ever Be

The NFL regular season has come to a close, and thanks to a shocking 7-1 record over the last half of the season, 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....

It’s Hall a Dream

Casting aside conventional thinking has been the Hall Ensemble’s unofficial mantra since forming seven years ago. In an artform steeped in centuries of tradition,...

Splat

Butt Fumble Get to know this term. Fans of the Frog won’t be rid of it anytime soon. Last Saturday, TCU lost to Kansas (Kansas?!?),...
Dana Schultes and Michael Corolla star in Stage West’s new production, about a young man who washes up on shore in a Nazi-occupied island in 1943.

Gabriel Ascends

Theatergoers tired of plays with overly introspective characters and navel-gazing actor monologues, take heart: Stage West’s production of Moira Buffini’s WWII drama Gabriel, which...
Kris Pierce’s “A Challenger Appears”

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In lighting terms, falloff is the rate of how much dimmer a light appears the farther away one is from the source. This is...

Blessed Wood

Last year, while Stickman – a short film about a homeless Dallas man who found fame carving walking sticks – was showing on the...