After a Tarleton State University student production of Terrence McNally’s “gay Jesus” play, ‘Corpus Christi,’ was cancelled, after a Fort Worth theater offered to stage the production and then rescinded the offer, after all the controversy, a long-running touring version made its debut Friday at the Cathedral of Hope.
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James McPherson joins “The Writers Studio” tonight at 8 on KERA-FM.
SO LONG, PATE: The Pate Museum of Transportation is closing its doors. And if you’ve ever walked around and marveled at all those sweet rides, you might want to head over there on Saturday, when the cars will be auctioned off.
This Week in Texas Music History, we’ll honor a musician who is known by many as “the dancing cowboy.”
The Addison company announced its 15th season — which contains three notable area premieres, a Horton Foote Festival entry that’s a revival of one his 1950 classics, one beloved American drama and one monstrous musical. Plus, of course, the Out of the Loop Fringe Festival.
Ten North Texas museums are part of a nationwide effort called Blue Star Museums that will provide free admission to military families this summer. The 10 museums join more than 600 in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts.
This week, Texas music scholar Gary Hartman looks at the the country’s longest continuously-running singer-songwriter festival.
Art is a commodity, art is labor — especially in this economy. Artist Carolyn Sortor went to UTD’s CentralTrak to see if they’d join a national conversation about art and economics. The results are an art exhibition featuring inventive (and subversive) treatments of money-making, and more. Jerome Weeks reports.
Art teacher Julia Hogue-Smith and her students from Oak Cliff’s Kimball High School are the stars of “Masks from Our Hearts of Africa” at the South Dallas Cultural Center. Hogue-Smith and two of her 11th grade students shared some of their thoughts for this week’s Art&Seek Q&A:
Next year’s Fort Worth Opera Festival will feature the company’s first fully-staged works by Philip Glass and George Frideric Handel, and its first “off-site” production at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.