Fossilized dinosaur roadkill are the new must-have — if you happen to be the kind of person (would that be the 1 percent?) who can drop more than 800 very large on a triceratops skeleton at Christie’s.
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This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember a musician who built cars and painted houses, when he wasn’t performing with some of the biggest names in jazz.
On tap this week: Films galore in Fort Worth, a visit from Stephen King and 16 hours of Bach.
Today in the roundup: Caravaggio vs. Hals, To Kill a Mockingbird heads east and remembering Rocky Hill.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll remember an eclectic Texas musician who continues to defy categorization.
The musical Rags has a gorgeous score with a big story: the wave of desperate Jewish immigrants coming to New York around 1910. There are big Broadway names (Charles Strouse of Annie, Joseph Stein of Fiddler, and the Lyric Stage show has big voices. Too bad the results feel … small.
Today in the roundup: Reviewing Theatre Arlington’s “Corpse!,” local music bits and the importance of natural talent.
So says the National Endowment for the Arts. It’s part of the agency’s arts employment data breakdown — where in the country do artists work? And why?
As it turns out, you can do it in your own back yard.
Today in the roundup: Theatre Three’s tribute to a reluctant composer, how the Amon Carter’s Cassatt was found and local music bits.