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“Death Tax” at Amphibian Stage Productions

John Forkner, Scott Zenreich, Alexandra Lawrence, and Brandon Murphy star in the Phibs’ uproarious new play.

Smells Funny

At The Live Oak, Anderson & Roe chatted with concertgoers and mixed in some Michael Jackson among the Stravinsky and Mozart.

Cliburn, Now in Session

Wonderful

Ebony Marshall-Oliver stars in Neat, a companion piece of sorts to playwright Charlayne Woodard’s Pretty Fire.

Not so Neat

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Trinity Shakes’ Hamlet Onboard

Actor Andrew Milbourn first tackled the title role of William Shakespeare’s Hamlet three years ago in a TCU production. He was an undergraduate whose...

Another Fifth of Christmas

The big holiday story of 2011 has been the so-called “Black Friday creep” –– the decision by major retailers to start the Christmas shopping...

Stage West Hosts This Morgana Shaw

To call North Texas stage, film, and TV actor Morgana Shaw “versatile” is an understatement. Onstage during the last couple of years, she has...

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...

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...
Sam Swanson, Lydia Mackay, and Garret Storms are looking for love –– and shelter and answers — in the ’Phibs’ current production, Hunting and Gathering. Daylon Walton

Hunting and Gathering: Rootless and Roofless

“How come all the jobs I can do are not the jobs that will pay me to live like an adult?!” angrily declares Ruth...

A Landslide Victory for Ann

We thought we’d never chuckle at politics again, and then Ann (The Ann Richards Play) landed at Stage West Theatre –– our sides splintered...

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...

Shall We Dance? And More?

Since 2000, Broadway has enjoyed a steady ascent of new musicals, most of which boast original orchestral scores. An American in Paris is a...

Ballet Frontier’s La Sylphide Shines

Ballet Frontier came of age last weekend in Scott Theater with a striking new production of August Bournonville’s La Sylphide. In just a few...