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I’m Dying Here

Breaking the Chains

Opus Nova: Homemade Classical Music

Edge of Glory

DTC’s Over the Rainbow

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Twelfth Night Shakes Gender Order

A vital sign of the health of a city’s arts culture is an annual summer Shakespeare festival of any variety: traditional or adapted, indoors...

Summer Playbill

Whether you want to cackle with the kings (and queens) of comedy or weep with wunderkind actors, here’s how to take summertime in Cowtown...

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...

Gorgeous María

The Fort Worth Opera Festival kicked off last Friday with a ravishing performance. The first time María de Buenos Aires appeared in Fort Worth, it...

Fort Worth Opera’s Brief Encounters Shine

Fort Worth audiences have come to expect contemporary opera selections as an almost accepted part of the company’s annual music festival. They’ve also come...

Seeing Red

What’s not black or white but splattering red all over Maverick territory? At Theatre Arlington, John Lang’s Tony-Award winning Red has been distilled for...

Standing “O”-vation

Some women are better potty mouths than others. In Stage West’s latest, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Gynecologic Oncology Unit...

The Little Trio

The rehearsal abruptly paused. “Does it feel like we’re dragging?” soprano Allison Stanford asked. “Yes!” pianist Cheryl Lemmons and clarinettist Leslie “Pinkie” Simmons collectively replied.  The trio,...

Drenched in Pathos

Emotional release raineth all over the stage at Circle Theatre, where the company ushers in its 37th season with newly named executive director Tim...

Conducting Virtuosity

The 52-year-old Fort Worth Youth Orchestra has played an active role in sending many classical musicians’ careers into orbit, including that of TCU violin...