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Julius Caesar Reigns

In its 65-year history, the Fort Worth Opera had never performed a Baroque opera until last week, when Handel’s Julius Caesar was presented in...

Il Trovatore: The Voice

In a dramatic switch from its madcap version of The Mikado two weeks ago (see: “FWO’s Contempo Mikado,” May 18), Fort Worth Opera unveiled...

FWO’s Contempo Mikado

If you’ve never seen Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado, you may be a little shocked by Fort Worth Opera’s version, which premiered Sat., May...

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...

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...

Jubilee’s Tre Garrett

Tre Garrett, Jubilee Theatre’s artistic director since January, recalls the moment when, as a teenager, he found his place in the theater. He’d wanted...

Pure Animals Out of Paper

"Everything is a gift of the universe,” wrote the late Buddhist author Ken S. Keyes Jr. Of course, this can be difficult to believe...

Ballet Frontier: Mixed Response

It isn’t easy for a small school to put on a first-rate dance program. The logistics of corralling dancers, costumes, lighting, music, choreography, and...

“Boeing-Boeing” Takes Flight

Who says the life of a theater artist isn't glamorous? During a recent phone interview, director Robin Armstrong was also busily dyeing several pairs...

Texas Ballet Theater Mixes It Up

Mixed repertoire programs can be a tough nut to crack. Without the unifying music and storyline of a full-length work, success depends on lining...