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Theater review: ‘Clever Little Lies’ at Circle Theatre


Tim Long

Be forewarned: The fibs told in Clever Little Lies, the domestic drama that opened at Circle Theatre on Saturday, are neither minor nor especially sharp-minded. Read more

Hurst’s Artisan Center Theater continues its stages of growth

Artisan Center Theater


In the nearly 13 years since the curtain went up on its first production, Artisan Center Theater has grown into an institution that has nearly 20 full-time and salaried employees, sells an astonishing 95 percent of its seating capacity for its nonstop roster of shows and has an annual budget of $... Read more

Three for three: What our critics recommend

1 Denton Black Film Festival: Today is the last day for the Denton Black Film Festival at the Campus Theatre, 214 W. Hickory St. in Denton. Activities include a tribute to gospel music as well as screenings of A Man Called Jon and Read more

Review: Ann Veronica Janssens at the Nasher

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Laura Buckman/Special to the Sta

Ask your children if they would like to take a walk in a rainbow. The answer should be a unanimous yes. Read more

Review: Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's ‘Viva Italia!’


Courtesy of Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s concerts this weekend are in the hands of two young guest artists: Brazilian-German conductor Marcelo Lehninger and American violinist Caroline Goulding. Both created sparks with a program titled “Viva Italia.” Read more

Theater review: ‘If/Then’ at AT&T Performing Arts Center


In the recent record-breaking billion-plus Powerball drawing, one comparison with the odds of winning was the chance of meeting — out of all the people on Earth — your soul mate. Read more

Theater review: ‘Oil’ at Dallas’ Theatre Three


Linda Harrison

There’s a great play in the story of a mansion-dwelling southeast Texas family in 1987 reeling from plunging oil prices, family secrets and uncertain futures: Horton Foote’s Dividing the Estate. Set in fictional Harrison, it was written in the 1980s and... Read more

Broadway’s spring offers Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jessica Lange, Lupita Nyong’o

Broadway-Spring Preview

AP archives

When the weather warms up on Broadway, the stars will come out. Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jessica Lange and Audra McDonald are some of the celebrities slated for the stage this spring. Here’s a look at some of the highlights. Read more

‘Grease’ is still the word with live Fox event



Julianne Hough, the star of Fox’s Grease Live!, has been rehearsing this for 20 years. Read more

Four Day Weekend named TCU entrepreneur-in-residence



Fort Worth improv troupe Four Day Weekend has been a fixture in Sundance Square and DFW for nearly 20 ytears. They’ve performed for Presidents Barack Obama and George W. Bush. They toured Europe in 2015 to entertain U.S. troops, an... Read more

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