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Schemers and Blackmailers

Shakespeare’s dark side comes out in this year’s Trinity Shakespeare Festival, where even the comedy on offer is tinged with malice and evil. The...

Drive, They Said

It’s another racing weekend at Texas Motor Speedway, and we can only hope that the weather cooperates, unlike this past weekend. The NASCAR Camping...

Shake It Like a Polaroid Picture

When photography was first invented, cameras were cumbersome and required subjects to sit still for as much as half an hour on end to...

Keys Party

Once again it’s time for the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition. The 15th installment of our friendly neighborhood global cultural event comes to Bass...

Jeté Down the Rabbit Hole

Texas Ballet Theater ends its season on a lighthearted note this weekend with four performances of artistic director Ben Stevenson’s Alice in Wonderland at...

Everything Old Is New Again

As what was once startlingly modern gradually becomes enshrined as a classic, so does A Modern Vision: European Masterworks from the Phillips Collection come...

Fences

Dark Circles Contemporary Dance returns for its Spring Series and a couple of world premieres. Choreographer and company founder Joshua L. Peugh is responsible...

Music and Arts

Tired of going to music festivals in the middle of nowhere when the temperature’s in triple digits? Well, the inaugural Fortress Festival is here...

Ópera

This year’s Fort Worth Opera represents the festival’s biggest outreach yet to our city’s Latino community. Part of it is the troupe’s production of...

Crawfish and Cowboys

In Sweden, crawfish are generally eaten in late summer due to a tradition set by laws (which are no longer on the books) that...