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Texas Wesleyan debuts new art gallery with historic exhibit

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Texas Wesleyan

Decades ago, artist George Grammer would travel northwest to Jacksboro at night to teach a class, and from the bus he would take notice of the oil derricks along the way. But not everyone would see in the rigs what Grammer saw. Read more

Former FW Opera director Darren K. Woods looks forward to next act

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It’s the elephant in the room at this year’s Fort Worth Opera Festival. Read more

Rich Little brings his presidential act to Arlington

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Famed impressionist Rich Little might be accused of stealing other people’s voices. But that’s probably OK. In some cases, he knew those voices’ owners. Read more

Fort Worth Opera fine-tunes its vision with mariachi opera

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Arizona Opera

When Anthony Freud was the general director at Houston Grand Opera a few years back, he made a decision on a whim that is now having reverberations in Fort Worth. Read more

Top Ten Things to Do, April 20-April 26, 2017

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Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s sensational ‘Sense and Sensibility’

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It is exactly the same. Yet completely different. Read more

Journalist’s case notes get a musical score in FW Opera’s ‘Voir Dire’

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Think of it as jurisprudence with arias. Read more

Top 10 things to do: April 14-20, 2017

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Singer Ava Pine ready to take a leap of faith into medical career

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Ava Pine is trading her opera duds for hospital scrubs. Read more

‘La Sylphide’ shows Ballet Frontier’s strength, maturity

Ballet Frontier's 'La Sylphide' at the Scott Theatre

Amy Shaw

The ballet “La Sylphide” is so old-school, it can feel quaint. But it can also be a beautiful reminder of the art form’s past, as seen this past weekend in a performance by Ballet Frontier of Texas at the Scott Theatre. Read more

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