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Dana Schultes and Jerry Russell make an odd pair in Stage West’s current farce.

West of Normal?

Comic playwright Joe Orton wrote with an agenda, and he didn’t try to hide it. As a gay man who’d been marginalized by British...
Russian Anna Bulkina dominated the showcase of burgeoning piano talent.

PianoTexas Wrap-Up

Every summer TCU’s PianoTexas Festival shows off brilliant young talent in two concerto programs in Ed Landreth Auditorium accompanied by the Fort Worth Symphony...
STEVEN POUNDERS CO-STARS WITH A FISH PUPPET IN CIRCLE’S LATEST.

“Mistakes Were Made” at Circle

Circle Theatre’s area premiere of Mistakes Were Made will close this Saturday (June 30). Craig Wright’s comedy about a New York stage producer trying...

Pounds of Flesh

New York-based stage director Stephen Fried has previously helmed two productions for Texas Christian University’s annual summer Trinity Shakespeare Festival: Macbeth and Much Ado...

A Newbie Night at the Opera

I liked Fort Worth Opera’s Tosca so much I made my friends go see it. I didn’t really make them go, but I did talk...

Lysistrata: Make War Not Love

For most of the second act of Mark Adamo’s Lysistrata, or The Nude Goddess, most of the men on stage have gigantic, visibly bulging...

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...

Loving Tosca

Fort Worth Opera kicked off its 2012 festival on Saturday at Bass Performance Hall with a performance of Puccini’s Tosca, a three-act work that...

Opera Festival Time

Good ideas don’t always translate into success, but Fort Worth Opera’s festival format, alternating performances of four productions in a month-long residency, mostly at...

Us, Weekly

When Douglas Carter Beane’s comedy Mr. & Mrs. Fitch made its off-Broadway debut in 2010, New York critics were almost universally harsh in their...