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Get a look at the performing-arts scene for summer 2016

42nd Street

Chris Bennion

It’s summertime, and that means you’ll have plenty of chances for outdoor performing-arts-going to escape the madness of the presidential race. Read more

Texas Ballet Theater takes big step forward with First Looks

First Looks ballet


In recent seasons Texas Ballet Theater has been working hard to make an image change, probably with plans to join the dialogue of the national conversation about big-budget ballet companies reaching out to new and younger audiences. Even with a world-renowned artistic director, Ben Stevenson, it&... Read more

‘Cabaret’ in Dallas speaks to today as much as yesterday


©2016 Joan Marcus

There are two touring productions in Dallas of great 20th century musicals right now, Cabaret and Ragtime. Sadly, the latter is using CD tracks and not a live orchestra, which is a shame because it has a sublime score, and also, musicians ... Read more

Actor Damon Gupton to conduct Cliburn amateur competition finals


Special to the Star-Telegram

Actor Damon Gupton will take on a new role next month — that of conductor for the final round of the Seventh Cliburn International Amateu... Read more

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth announces 2016-17 season


Mait Jüriado

The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth promises to tickle audiences’ musical taste buds with its 2016-17 series of concerts, presented under the theme “A Fest for the Senses.” Read more

Theater: ‘Welcome to Arroyo’s’ at Rose Marine hits the perfect beat


Shannon Atkinson

The wild success of the Broadway musical Hamilton might have casual theatergoers thinking that the concept of hip-hop theater is new, but it most certainly is not. More than a decade before Lin-Manuel Miranda’s first hip-hop musical, In th... Read more

Kimbell exhibit highlights centuries-old secret of Le Nain works



The three Le Nain brothers — Antoine, Louis and Mathieu — have been challenging art historians for almost 400 years. The French painters insisted on only using their family name and refused to distinguish their paintings ... Read more

Kimbell to turn parking lot into a mini-park


Courtesy of the Kimbell Museum of Art

The Kimbell Art Museum is putting the “park” into parking. Read more

Top 10 things to do entertainment guide, May 27-June 2, 2016

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Click through for things to do all over DFW! Read more

‘The Kitchen Witches’ isn’t as tasty as it could be


James Jamison

BEDFORD The Kitchen Witches, a sharply seasoned comedy that opened at Onstage in Bedford on Friday, features a couple of able cooks. But the recipe it uses does not always please the palate. Read more

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