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Theater: ‘Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical’

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer The Musical


— The Christmas theater season got off to a “glowing” start Tuesday with Performing Arts Fort Worth’s presentation of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical at Bass Hall. Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide, Nov. 26-Dec. 3, 2015

APTOPIX 2015 American Music Awards - Show


Click through for things do all across DFW! Read more

Theater review: ‘The Night Alive’ at Undermain Theatre

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Katherine Owens

There isn’t a contemporary playwright who writes ghost stories as poetically as Irishman Conor McPherson. Read more

Review: Jason Alexander with Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

This show was about the other Jason Alexander. Read more

'Nutcracker' has spirited dancing, humor in Ballet Frontier of Texas production


Anthony Crowley

FORT WORTHIt’s Nutcracker time, and a good way to tell if a particular production is worth your time is by the laughter it generates. Yes, great dancing technique is important, and good choreographers know how to manage the hordes of children and dancers-in... Read more

Review: Barbosa-Lima and Casale, guitarists

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It may not have been exactly as advertised, but it was joy to witness all the same. Read more

Deep Vellum opening bookstore in Deep Ellum

North Texas is getting a new independent bookstore. Read more

Your guide to Dallas-Fort Worth holiday arts and entertainment events


Karen Almond

It’s time to bundle up in our finest faux fur and head to the theater or concert hall for our favorite holiday performances. Read more

Jackson Pollock’s black paintings see the light of day in DMA exhibit


Dallas Museum of Art

One of the last great bodies of work from artist Jackson Pollock is going on view at the Dallas Museum of Art. Read more

Critics’ picks: ‘OY/YO’ sculpture; ‘Don’t Look Back’ from Criterion; thriller ‘The Gift’ on DVD

1 OY/YO: Any New Yorker will recognize the exclamation “Yo.” Spelled backward, it’s “Oy. ” Now both are the subject of an 8-foot-tall aluminum sculpture by artist Deborah Kass in Brooklyn Bridge Park. It... Read more

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