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(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

Go Before Night Falls

Playthings No More

A Tiara for TBT

Hard-Earned

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Figaro into Three Decembers

Fort Worth Opera general director Darren Woods has a leg up in finding fresh young talent; since he serves off-season on the jury for...
There’s only one way to settle this issue: dance-fight!

Mistletoes

The holidays took on a warm, fuzzy glow with the opening of Texas Ballet Theater’s glorious new production of The Nutcracker in Bass Performance...
Anastasia Muñoz (left) and Katherine Bourne star in Stage West’s lively production of Orlando. Buddy Myers

Orlando Blooms

Although John Gray’s bestseller Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus was a pop culture phenomenon more than 22 years ago, its basic...

Spelling Bee Scores

The word “cartoonish” is typically used as an insult, but it describes all the best qualities of Theatre Arlington’s tearfully funny staging of The...

Women’s Lib-ido

With their fervent and cunning production of Steve Martin’s adaptation The Underpants, Theatre Arlington and director B.J. Cleveland have done something unexpected — reminded...

Holy Water

A performance last Saturday of Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle was a change of pace from the traditional fare that makes up the bulk of...
Cindee Mayfield (right), Brandi Andrade, and Elias Taylorson caused quite a stir in Theatre Arlington’s fantastic The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife.

Best Plays of ’13

In the Fort Worth theater scene, 2013 will be remembered, of course, as the year that Stage West founder and North Texas theater éminence...

To Love Somebody

Dominique Morisseau is from Detroit, and she wants to be to her hometown what August Wilson was to Pittsburgh — the theater world’s teller...

Magic Numbers

Jazz lovers and other cultists were likely the only ones to catch last month's fleeting obituary for singer-composer Blossom Dearie, who died at 84....

Not Beloved

The line of dialogue that best addresses the flood of human misery unleashed in Jubilee Theatre's extraordinary production of The Bluest Eye comes early...