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Bart to the Future

The Simpsons was hardly the first cartoon to make humorous references to both highbrow and lowbrow culture, but the breakneck pace of its in-jokes...

Well Don

Reading Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quixote is a strangely unsettling experience. It was written when the novel form was just being invented, which is...

Snow White and the Half-Naked Man

Even during Anton Chekhov’s life, people were parodying his plays. They’re easily identifiable targets, with their Russian aristocrats sitting in drawing rooms with their...

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...

Texas Ballet Theater: In Fine Form

Repertory programs showcasing three or four short ballets, with a pas de deux thrown in sometimes for spice, have been the savior of small...

New Ways

Violist Mark Landson has spent the better part of his 25-year career pondering the question that’s commonly on the minds of classical musicians: How...

To Be or Not to Be … French

While some of William Shakespeare’s other plays have inspired more than one great opera, Hamlet seems to have resisted the operatic treatment through the...

Dog Days Are Here

The stage of W.E. Scott Theatre looked like your typical Middle-American home: nondescript dinner table, disheveled living room, a bedroom. But a closer look...

Sumptuous La Traviata

The only technical glitch in Fort Worth Opera’s opening-night production of La Traviata at Bass Performance Hall was the overhead translating screen. It didn’t...

Red: Creative Blocks

Unlike, say, writers, visual artists can be illuminating to watch at work, which is why so many films and plays are about painters or...