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Conducting Greatness

Miguel Harth-Bedoya’s Next Opus

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White Christmas: Winter Wonderland

Only a few thousand Texans caught a glimpse of the snow showers that fell in November. Irving Berlin’s White Christmas debuted at Bass Performance...

Life Sucks: Heavy Levity

Watching Russian drama can sometimes feel like lead weights dragging you to the bottom of a dark sea floor. The deeper you sink, the...

She Stoops Don’t Stop

Asking a Texan to act with a British accent for two hours is like prodding a knight to swim the Rio Grande in a...

TBT’s Beauty and the Beast Thrills

The story of beauty and the beast has been around for quite a while. Scholars trace its beginnings to ancient Rome. The first modern...

The Bible: Heretically Hysterical

Bringing back the most popular show in a theater’s 18-year history may sound like a holier-than-thou undertaking, but, to paraphrase the good book, he...

Final Examinations

Like its predecessors, the 2017 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition proved to be a grueling and exhilarating run, giving music fans 17 days’ worth...

Cliburn Competition: Preliminary Hearings

What is there to say about hearing 30 pianists in four days? I use my experience going to film festivals for this publication to...

Backlot Bromancing

A new season cometh and bringeth with it a transition away from the dark comedies of winter to the lighter-feeling dramas of summer. Playing...

Alice in Wonderful

To stage Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, with its array of exotic characters, is a major effort for any company. Texas Ballet Theater...

Opera Out of Doors

The weather turned unseasonably cold and windy midway through last Saturday, and undoubtedly that had an effect on the attendance for Fort Worth Opera’s...