A president is losing his re-election bid and sets out to raise the necessary campaign funds any way he can — including canceling Thanksgiving and marrying lesbians on TV. Stage West presents the Texas premiere of David Mamet’s political satire ‘November.’
Archive: 'Fort Worth Arts'
Today in the roundup: Chamber music in Fort Worth, designing an exhibition at the Amon Carter and an interview with a Nasher artist.
A lovely terra cotta bust – once attributed to Leonard da Vinci – was bought by the Kimbell in 2004. But two years ago, a photo was found showing it at the salt mine where the Nazis stashed their loot. What happened? Gaile Robinson has the story.
The Texas Ballet Theater is adding a new wrinkle to its 2011-12 season – a mini ballet festival.
Today in the roundup: Stage West stages David Mamet, Montreal goes nuts for Gaultier and Will Barnet turns 100.
Today in the roundup: Shakespeare Dallas finds success beyond the Bard, Spanish dancing in Fort Worth and local music bits.
Today in the roundup: Chatting with the stars of Spamalot, turf wars in the local film biz and unearthing a lost masterwork.
Although it chronicles events of more than 50 years ago, the crowd-pleasing Matisse exhibit “Afterlife: The Story of Henri Matisse’s Ivy in Flower at the Dallas Museum of Art is relevant to the art world today.
Today in the roundup: Controversy over public art in Fort Worth, helping the blind enjoy the theater and a double dose of Tuna.
Today in the roundup: Shakespeare Dallas branches out, an activist photographer and how to cast a Broadway show.