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Joyce Yang plays Gershwin with FWSO.

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Emad Burnat examines 5 Broken Cameras at Thin Line Film Fest.

What’s Up? Docs!

Absorbing documentary films never seem to be in short supply, and this year’s Thin Line Film Fest offers an exciting new crop, starting this...

Gays Gone By

Two plays from the 1990s that tackle gay issues open this weekend. Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer and multiple Tony-winning Rent takes the stage at Casa...
Leticia Oliveira and Carl Coomer dance the title roles in TBT’s Romeo and Juliet.

Big Time Crush

Surprisingly, it wasn’t until 1935 that Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet made its way onto the dance stage, in Moscow’s Bolshoi Theater. Prokofiev’s sumptuous score...

We Speak Spanish

The country of Spain’s contribution to classical music hasn’t been as large as France’s, Germany’s, or Russia’s, but it has been every bit as...
Archibald Motley’s “Tongues (Holy Rollers)” at the Amon Carter.

All That Jazz

A New Orleans native who adopted Chicago as his hometown, Archibald Motley Jr. (1891-1981) never lived in Harlem, and yet he became one of...

Domestic Troubles

Sarah Ruhl has told this story often, but it bears one more repetition: She came up with the idea for her comedy The Clean...

Symphonic Serenade

When the composer Benjamin Britten met the tenor Peter Pears in 1937, he fell in love with both the man and the unusual quavery...

March Holidays

With the winter weather seeming to lift a bit, the Fort Worth area is going all-in on events this week. St. Patrick’s Day falls...

Homegrown

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art has long proudly showcased its works both created and inspired by Native Americans. However, this week, they...

Being Green

Spring is a time of renewal, and that includes new ideas about our relationship to the environment. Fort Worth Botanic Garden is offering two...