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North Texas actor Frank Mosley lives off the land in Nelson’s feature debut, Some Beasts.

Some Beasts: Land to Celluloid

Posse Prose

Good Twig Bunting

Arts

Arts

Debating Texas Identity

With Rick Perry making his bid for the U.S. presidency, you can expect to hear in his rhetoric many familiar tropes of Texas identity,...

Keyed In

Sometimes the reputation of greatness can be stifling. That's the conclusion you arrive at if you've seen other, frequently staid August Wilson productions and...
(From left to right) Ian McEuen, Vanessa Becerra, and Sandra Lopez star in Fort Worth Opera’s production of With Blood, With Ink.

The Healing Arts

Composed by Daniel Crozier with a libretto by Peter Krask, With Blood, With Ink poses a centuries-old question: Can art palliate human tragedy? Many people...

Partying with Ed Harris at USA Film Festival

Last Sunday’s screening of Frontera at the 2014 USA Film Festival in Dallas was a candid glimpse into a great film and the world...
The cast of In the Heights expands to encompass 26 dancers/singers/actors.

In the Heights: Community Theater

Artes de la Rosa, the performance and visual arts group housed at Rose Marine Theater, had originally planned to produce Andrew Lloyd Webber and...

Wizard of Odd

Arlington-based filmmaker Frank Mosley remembers the first movie he ever acted in. It wasn't directed by him. His father ran the camcorder for a...

Wonderful

Lewis Carroll’s 1865 book The Adventures of Alice in Wonderland has been adapted a number of times in a number of ways, including dance...

Eastern Stars

You needn't have suffered a wretched family holiday to appreciate The Long Christmas Ride Home, though it may help. Stage West is currently performing...

Removing the Mask

After a bizarre and intoxicating stomping of the trendy preseason Super Bowl pick Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 6, the Cowboys went to Washington on...
John Neal Phillips’ “The Acute Fifth”

Gallery

With school back in session, the colleges all have art shows up for September. Among them is the biennial at TCC’s Southeast Campus, which...