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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

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide, Jan. 28-Feb. 4, 2016

Harlem Globetrotters Dribble Contest


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Theater review: ‘Nevermore’ at Runway in Grapevine


Adam Adolfo

Watching a production directed by Adam Adolfo can be like, to use a title from an Edgar Allan Poe story, a descent into the maelstrom. Sometimes there’s beauty in the tempest, though. Such is the case with Adolfo’s production of Julian Wiles’ Nevermore!... Read more

2016 Dallas-Fort Worth arts calendar


Chris Bennion

We’re a few weeks into the new year; 2016 calendars are purchased and dates are ready to be filled in. Here’s a look at the big local events in visual and performing arts this year. Read more

Review: Dallas Symphony Orchestra pops does Gershwin


UT Arlington

George Gershwin occupies a strange place in the symphonic canon. Read more

Review: ‘Vermeer Suite’ hits tranquil notes at Dallas Museum of Art

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In the Netherlands during the 1600s, music was the most popular pastime. It was enjoyed by all classes of people, even though the subject matter was contentious. Read more

Theater review: ‘Martyr’ at Second Thought Theatre


Karen Almond

If by the end of Second Thought Theatre’s production of Maja Zade’s translation of German playwright Marius von Mayenburg’s 2012 drama Martyr you don’t have any emotional sympathy or psychological connection with the characters, then dire... Read more

Review: Pianist Yefim Bronfman

This is a season for Sergei Prokofiev. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Miguel Harth-Bedoya and Vadym Kholodenko are winding up recording the Russian composer’s five piano concertos for later release on Harmonia Mundi. Read more

Fort Worth Symphony, actor Gupton to share memorable movie tunes


Bass Hall

Damon Gupton has two great passions: acting and music. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: Jan. 21-27, 2016


WaterTower Theatre

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