Today in the roundup: Thea Temple pushes The Writer’s Garret ahead, reviewing Hairspray and the Bard on the go.
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
In the Saturday Spotlight, we’re celebrating a golden anniversary.
Today in the roundup: Steve Nicks helps the troops, Hip Pocket defeats the heat and new operas heading to Santa Fe.
Echotone director Nathan Christ will be in Fort Worth to take part in a Q&A after Thursday’s screening. But before coming to town, he talked during a phone conversation about the issues his film explores and what he learned from making it.
Get ready for the big dance-off. Casa Mañana sends two Art&Seek e-newsletter subscribers a pair of tickets to opening night of Hairspray!
Today in the roundup: Erykah Badu on her fancy ride, designing the hair for Hairspray and remembering local musicians who have died.
Next weekend is the actual 50th anniversary of the Amon Carter Museum. But this week, the museum put up a video look back at how the building, the collection and its mission have grown.
The rise of trendy 7th Street in Fort Worth hits some snags, SMU Press is back (kind of), Liz Mikel is looking at Broadway and UNT arts folks will benefit from a wealthy man’s will — all in this roundup.
Guest blogger Julissa Treviño talks to actor Charles Baker about working on Breaking Bad, staying quiet about his Terrence Malick project, and why Fort Worth is the bomb. Catch Baker in Knife, directed by another Fort Worthian, James Johnston, at the Modern Thursday.
This week’s Big Deal send you to The Modern in Fort Worth to watch the Austin music scene in Echotone. Thanks to the Lone Star Film Society, we’re giving away five pairs of tix to the Aug. 11 screening.