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Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
Two local guys are producing movies — really — and Fort Worth is starting to produce the kind of bulldozer frenzy that's knocked down older Dallas neighborhoods: We call it the Thursday roundup.
Here’s your golden opportunity to catch the Cliburn Competition winner, Vadym Kholodenko.
A sneak peek at 'Dallas Buyers Club,' plus reviews of 'Sam-Shade – A Detective Musical' and 'Thank You, Jeeves.'
Stage West’s 35th season, Jimmie Vaughan on playing with his heroes and the DMA heads back to school.
Second Thought tackles Neil LaBute, a local record store lands on a big list and Howard Hawks visits the Kimbell.
Reviewing Circle Theatre’s new hit comedy, previewing Fort Worth Symphony’s Russian Festival and a catch-me-up on Museum Tower v. Nasher.
Remembering a Dallas jazz legend, reviewing Hip Pocket’s ‘A Tempest’ and McMurtry makes a move.
A grizzly comedy at Circle Theatre, David Lowery on film editing and the DMA's temporary conservation space.
Miss Saigon, TV Junkie and research at the Amon Carter: All this in the Wednesday roundup!