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Conducting Greatness

Miguel Harth-Bedoya’s Next Opus

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Timeless Tales

This year’s Fort Worth Opera Festival concluded with a Mexican-themed work, fulfilling a pledge by former FWO general director Darren Woods to include Spanish-language...

The Baker’s Opera

Companionship received its world premiere from Fort Worth Opera last week, and it is easily the weirdest thing I’ve ever seen staged by the...

Fort Worth Opera’s Porgy and Bess Is a Multisensory Treat

There’s merit to the idea that music is a universal language. Cultural references and dialogue weigh heavily on a work’s immediacy and ease of...

The Two Tudors

Having taken in the literary and film versions of A Man for All Seasons (which adopts Sir Thomas More’s viewpoint) and The Other Boleyn...

Light Obama-ology

As Oscar season heats up, and with the deafening buzz around Lady Gaga’s transcendent performance in A Star Is Born, I submit for your...

I’m Dying Here

The 15th-century morality play Everyman lay dormant for centuries after its writing, a literary curiosity of value to a few scholars of early English-language...

Breaking the Chains

’Tis the season for local theaters to cash in on holiday cheer with appropriately themed crowd-pleasers, filling their houses with happy throngs craving the...

Opus Nova: Homemade Classical Music

Chamber music remains an underrepresented outlet for enjoying classical music in Fort Worth. That reality persists despite the easy accessibility (including the convenience of...

Edge of Glory

I didn’t attend the regional premiere of Men on Boats, which took place at Onstage in Bedford back in August. I wish I had,...

DTC’s Over the Rainbow

At the tip top of the Golden Triangle sits a retro, viridescent marquee for Denton’s Campus Theatre, which hasn’t changed much since it was...