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Sound alone tells the story of Julia Pastrana at Amphibian.

A New Home for Amphibians

Well, this is a curious decision. After years of being a wandering theatrical troupe, giving performances at TCU, Fort Worth Community Art Center, and...
Head to North East Mall and check out the can art at CANstruction.

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WED ▪ 17 This midweek is a good time to head to North East Mall and check out the can art at CANstruction. The ephemeral...
Lucas Priolo and Betsy McBride in TBT’s Peer Gynt.

Without Peer

Dwarves, witches, a troll king and his retinue of troll courtiers and maids! It’s not the upcoming film of The Hobbit. It’s Texas Ballet...
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time screens Wednesday at 2pm and 7pm at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

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WED ▪ 10 If you were one of the many readers beguiled by Mark Haddon’s novel The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,...
Carolyn Wickwire in O’Keeffe! at Stage West.

One Woman and One Man

If it seems like Stage West no longer has an offseason, that’s only because of the two touring one-person shows that will be playing...
The Addams Family is on stage beginning Wednesday at Dallas Fair Park.

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WED ▪ 3 Appropriately enough for the Halloween season, Dallas Summer Musicals is putting on The Addams Family, the Broadway musical based on the 1960s...
Thomas Eakins’ “Miss Amelia Van Buren” at Amon Carter. ca. 1891, oil on canvas, The Phillips Collection

Museum Madness

Two of Fort Worth’s major art museums open spectacular shows this week. The Kimbell at 40: An Evolving Masterpiece celebrates the museum’s anniversary with...
Brian Urlacher leads the Bears into Monday’s game.

Midway Matchup

We were going to write up the Cowboys’ home opener against Tampa Bay last week, but on second thought, this week’s game against the...
Les Misérables runs Wed-Sun at Bass Hall.

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WED ▪ 26 This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Broadway debut of Les Misérables, but there’s an even better reason to see the...
The Birds, celebrating its 50th anniversary, screens at 7pm at various movie theaters

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WED ▪ 19 The last of Hitchcock’s films to be generally considered a classic, The Birds is a frequently baffling science-fiction yarn about a California...