Driving Piston

Farewell and Return

Let’s Have a Bowl

Blotch Jumbo

Big Ticket

Big Ticket
Barbara Kruger’s untitled work is part of Urban Theater.

Bad Boys, Guerrilla Girls

Nostalgia for the Me Decade probably never looked as good as it will in the Modern’s show Urban Theater: New York Art in the...
Anna Clyne’s

Three Solos

Concertos were conceived as a showpiece for one instrument backed by an orchestra, but in 1803 Beethoven came up with the idea of highlighting...
Charles Bird King’s Tah-Col-O-Quoit is part of AMA’s Imprinting the West, part of Gallery Night.

The Art of the Night

The calendar says it’s still summer, but Fall Gallery Night is upon us anyway to herald the coming of autumn, inundating us with art...
Blackmail (1929)

Getting Hitched

In a 1997 Australian college comedy called Love and Other Catastrophes, a film professor informs his students that they’ll spend the semester studying Alfred...
Augustin Hadelich plays with FWSO, Fri & Sun.

When Great Minds Meet

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra returns to action this weekend with a festival of music by Johannes Brahms and Antonin Dvorák. The pairing is more...
Fort Worth Vaqueros appear at Sundance Square, Sat.

Just for Kicks

It’s time for football season! Don’t worry; we’re not touting the Cowboys’ preseason game here. No, we mean English soccer, which starts up this...
Michael Wittman performs in SceneShop’s J.O.B.

Short Takes

Early August is when SceneShop comes out of mothballs and puts on its annual production of short plays. This year’s collection takes work as...
My Neighbor Totoro is part of Miyazaki at the Modern, Aug. 2-23.

Beautiful Creatures

We’ve stated before in these pages that we don’t believe that Hayao Miyazaki is actually retired. Nevertheless, it’s never a bad time to revisit...
Ricky Ian Gordon inaugurates TCU’s Festival of American Song.

Bright Eyed Joy

One of America’s best composers for the stage, Ricky Ian Gordon is a musician who has followed Leonard Bernstein’s lead in blurring the distinctions...
Waad Mohammed eyes a green bike and freedom in Wadjda.

Girl on a Bike

When Wadjda hit American theaters last year, everyone said, “Oh! Look at that!” That’s because it wasn’t just a film from Saudi Arabia, a...