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Arts

Arts

No Doubt

In Circle Theatre's production of Hail Mary!, an actor tells a joke that sounds like a classic from parochial school circles: During a holiday...

Gallery

A bit of the Stockyards is on display at the UNT Art Gallery in Denton. The venue features early Texas art from the extensive...

Moving Pictures

Philip Haas has based most of his films on odd works of fiction -- the Oscar-nominated Angels and Insects came from A.S. Byatt's novella...

Gallery

William Campbell Contemporary Art is running two shows. Cliff Garten's delicate abstract prints and Judy Youngblood's paintings with a raindrop motif are on display...

Tone Deaf

With a relatively small collection of scripts to her name, New York playwright Sarah Ruhl has been praised as one of the premier American...

Flat Plains

The title of Fort Worth Contemporary Arts' exhibit, Flat Plains, doesn't refer to the topography of Texas. It's a description of surfaces created by...

Photo Finish

A bunch of exhibits opened up about a month ago as part of Spring Gallery Night, and while mediocrity dominates, there are some bright...

Wizard of Odd

Arlington-based filmmaker Frank Mosley remembers the first movie he ever acted in. It wasn't directed by him. His father ran the camcorder for a...

Fangs for the Memories

**ONLINE EXCLUSIVE** The fourth annual Texas Frightmare Weekend, um, killed at the Sheraton Grand Hotel-DFW the weekend of May 2. There were special guests, like...

Woman on the Block

Ever since Fort Worth Opera switched to a festival format instead of a conventional season, the troupe's strategy has been to stage two traditional...