The little musical that could: The whimsical, time-traveling fantasy started in a Fair Park workshop in 2012, had its songs released on a CD, then debuted last year at Theatre Three. Now it’ll get a staged reading at a NYC theater festival.
Every city in North Texas – even some neighborhoods – have their own way of celebrating July 4th. Here are just a couple of commemorations to hit this year and a list of fireworks-watching opportunities.
The Lunt-Fontanne Fellowship gives her a week’s worth of master classes and performance with TV’s Phylicia Rashad – in the restored Wisconsin estate of the great acting couple Alfred Lunt and Lynne Fontanne.
London artist Phyllida Barlow has crowded the Nasher with looming, teetering, unfinished-looking, wooden things, things that demand we move differently, peer upwards, watch our step. One’s whole sense of a room changes, is invaded — and then it’ll all go away. Trysts are temporary but memorable.
The Fourth of July can be hectic. Don’t leave home without our list of the best stuff to do this holiday.
Head to Main Street Garden for tacos, tequila, wrestling, and live music.
Sure, they’re super-achievers, this first group of young pianists at the Cliburn International Young Piano Competition. But they’re also adolescents. And they’re also in what may be the most important contest in their young lives.
Haven’t got your 4th of July plans yet? Then sign up for this Big Deal and Fort Worth favorite outing.
Escape the heat (and the noisy cineplex) and head inside for some cool plays.
Congratulations to Fabio Bonasera of Pisa, Italy the winner of the Flickr Photo of the Week contest.