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Fort Worth Opera casts the Kennedys for ‘JFK’


Fort Worth Opera

The opera, which will premiere in 2016, recounts the first couple’s last day and night in Fort Worth. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: Aug. 8-14, 2014

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Ringing Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus Read more

Theater review: ‘Gypsy’


Stolen Shakespeare Guild

A recurring song in the musical Gypsy is Dainty June’s rehashed number May We Entertain You, and sure enough, this musical masterpiece is likely to oblige. That’s thanks to Jule Styne’s unforgettable music and songs, ... Read more

Theater review: ‘SceneShop: J.O.B.’


Steven Alan McGaw

“Job” is one of those words that has many uses; a job isn’t always about filling out a time sheet in exchange for a paycheck. The loose variations on that theme come into play with the 19th annual summer showcase for SceneShop, an evening of short plays and monologues with t... Read more

Theater review: ‘Dogfight’


WaterTower Theatre

Of the new musicals having their regional premieres in North Texas this year, it’s hard to imagine any will surpass the beauty that is Dogfight, having its first professional production outside of New York at WaterTower Theatre. (It premiered off-Broadway in 2... Read more

Theater review: ‘Columbinus’ at Ohlook


Ohlook Performing Arts Center

Stephen Karam and PJ Paparelli’s 2005 play Columbinus takes a documentary-theater approach to the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, which is harrowing enough. Yet in 2014, after we’ve been through many more of these shootings, notably Newtown, the play ta... Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: August 1-7, 2014



From ‘Boyhood’ to Barnum & Bailey’s clown school, a Hayao Miyazaki festival to ‘The Phantom of the Opera,’ the entertainment options are unlimited this week. Read more

Theater review: ‘The Boy From Oz’

It’s no wonder The Boy From Oz ran exactly 52 weeks on Broadway in 2003-04, the length of the contract of its star, Hugh Jackman, who picked up a best actor Tony Award. It’s the kind of show that, not unlike Jerry Herman’s big hits Read more

Review: TCU’s Festival of American Song

Texas Christian University’s two-day Festival of American Song, which took place last weekend at PepsiCo Recital Hall, brought attention to an overlooked genre of music. Song recitals have almost vanished in the past few decades, and programs such as this one are fueling their resurgence. Read more

‘Book of Mormon’ coming to Bass Hall


Joan Marcus

The multiple Tony Award-winning crass-athon that is The Book of Mormon will come to Bass Hall in the 2015-’16 season, Performing Arts Fort Worth announced Tuesday morning. Read more

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