American Sniper

Gift Exchange

A Bit of the Bubbly

Blotch Jumbo

Big Ticket

Big Ticket

Sing Through the Pain

About eight years ago, French actors Valérie Donzelli and Jérémie Elkaïm were informed that their 18-month-old son was suffering from a brain tumor. Their...
Reefer Maddness

Theater Roundup

Lovers of the stage will enjoy an embarrassment of options this week. Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing, about a playwright and an actress who...

Reframing

For whatever reason, the main attractions at this year’s Spring Gallery Night seem to lie outside the usual venues. Don’t get us wrong: The...
Sargent paintings at Amon Carter

Amon Carter’s Sargent

Two exhibits opened last Sunday: the sprawling The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark at the Kimbell Art Museum and the...

Gays Gone By

Two plays from the 1990s that tackle gay issues open this weekend. Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer and multiple Tony-winning Rent takes the stage at Casa...

Scenes from a Marriage

Unlike many films that come to us from Iran, A Separation isn’t overtly political, which is probably why the thuggish Iranian government felt comfortable...

American Vistas

This week two of Fort Worth’s major art museums open shows against each other, and they offer sharply different views of our nation’s history. Museumgoers...

Safe Harbor

Le Havre made the honorable mention section of the Weekly’s list of the best movies of 2011, but only now can Fort Worth audiences...

Go Tell It on the Mountain

Even now, Henrik Ibsen doesn’t really get his due. It’s hard for us to appreciate the rut that European theater was stuck in in...

Where Is My John Wayne?

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is holding an unusual sort of film retrospective while the Stock Show is going on. The...