Today in the roundup: The DMA’s officially free, reviewing WaterTower’s ‘Putting It Together’ and a look at the Modern’s newest acquisitions.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
Plenty of young actors leave North Texas for Hollywood. Van Quattro is a rarity, an experienced film-and-TV actor who moved here from LA. And then there was his journey back to the stage.
Congratulations to Aaron Majors of Fort Worth, the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest!
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Stage West’s ‘Gabriel,’ book bits and the benefits of picking up an instrument young.
And although the focus may be on North Texas artists and arts groups — and not importing folks from out-of-town — that hasn’t stopped OOTL from being different. Like bringing in the Fort Worth Opera.
Some glossy travel coverage in enRoute, Air Canada’s magazine. Museums, fashion and fancy architecture. That’s us in a shiny new nutshell.
Today in the roundup: Local Latino theater groups unite, Theatre Three’s look at the Iraq War and a double header at the Modern.
Her father built the heart or the Amon Carter Museum’s collection, but it was Ruth Carter Stevenson who built the museum — and then proceeded to expand its reach to national levels. She was 89.
Today in the roundup: Second Thought’s season opener, audition opportunities for kids and why the Van Cliburn Foundation’s interim director took the job.
FWOpera is set on programming contemporary works by North or South American composers – each season. The new project starts with a remarkable three world premieres in three seasons. And wait til you hear the one about the dog.