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For the Birds

Happy 18th!

Army vs. Aztecs

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Carmen Miranda is the subject of Artes de la Rosa’s new show.

Miranda Blossoms

Rose Marine Theater is usually a place for Spanish- or Spanglish-language entertainment, but for this weekend only, it’s going Portuguese. The subject of Artes...
The Harvest screens as part of Movies That Matter, Sat.

Documentary Matters

The quarterly film series Movies That Matter comes to the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth this weekend, screening socially conscious documentaries free of...
The Kimbell’s Renzo Piano Pavilion opens Wed.

Grand Piano

Until now, the Kimbell Art Museum has been forced to put most of its permanent collection in storage whenever the museum hosts a major...
Giles McCrary’s documentary screens Fri.

Cellar Comes to Light

If you read Fort Worth Weekly’s cover story about Giles McCrary and his documentary about The Cellar (“Cellar Dwellers,” May 8, 2013), you may...
Gunther Schuller receives a tribute at UTA, Sat.

Celebrating Composers

Gunther Schuller turns 88 next week, and so UTA is holding a celebration of this composer who has led an extraordinary life. A sideman...
Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep in August: Osage County at LSFF.

Lucky Seven

The seventh annual Lone Star Film Festival takes place this weekend and gives us an advance look at Oscar-contending movies. Foremost among those are...
Adonis Rose Jazz Orchestra performs at the reopening of Sundance Square, Sat.

Sundance Rises Again

So, all that construction that’s been plugging up downtown Fort Worth for the past year and a half? It’s finally finished, and you’re invited...
Legendary composer Philip Glass will conduct his ensemble at Bass Hall, Tue.

Blood-Curdling

In preparation for the 1999 reissue of Tod Browning’s classic horror film Dracula, Universal Studios commissioned Philip Glass to compose a soundtrack. The result...
Leticia Oliveira and Carl Coomer dance the title roles in TBT’s Romeo and Juliet.

Big Time Crush

Surprisingly, it wasn’t until 1935 that Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet made its way onto the dance stage, in Moscow’s Bolshoi Theater. Prokofiev’s sumptuous score...
Patrick Soluri is the composer of Figaro and the Zombie Apocalypse, a spoof operetta that will make its Fort Worth Opera premiere, Sat.

At the Zombie Opera

For opera, creepy imagery is nothing new. Mozart’s Don Giovanni famously met his end at the hands of a ghastly statue, for example. And...