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Piano Essentials

History is replete with stories of virtuoso pianists entrancing audiences, whether it was Franz Liszt dazzling 19th-century concertgoers with cascades of thunderous octave runs...

Da Kink in My Hair: Beauty Shop

I find myself dissatisfied with Jubilee Theatre’s new show, Da Kink in My Hair. I saw the final show of the troupe’s season on...

Conducting Greatness

After returning to the States from an overseas conducting engagement in mid-March, Miguel Harth-Bedoya remembered being shocked that U.S. airports were not testing offboarding...

Miguel Harth-Bedoya’s Next Opus

After returning to the States from an overseas conducting engagement in mid-March, Miguel Harth-Bedoya remembered being shocked that U.S. airports were not testing offboarding...

Home Theater

What do you get when you take the “live” out of live theater? In normal circumstances, you might say you lose the danger of...

Both the Single Ladies

I think Jubilee Theatre’s Single Black Female would have worked better as material for an African-American woman’s standup comedy set than as a stage...

Memories Are Made of This

Circle Theatre closes its season with a world premiere, and it’s always worth noting when one of our local theater troupes is privileged enough...

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...