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Stage review: ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ ’

Theater directors must just live for snagging a job on a musical revue like Ain’t Misbehavin’ — the show built with songs from the great stride piano composer Fats Waller — which opened at Jubilee Theatre on Friday. Read more

Clarinetist steers the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth in a new direction

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Special to the Star-Telegram

An exceptional virtuoso, clarinetist Julian Milkis, joined a pianist and a string quartet Saturday afternoon and helped steer the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth in a new direction. Read more

Yo-Yo Ma’s Texas connections run more than skin deep

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SPECIAL/ RICHARD W. RODRIGUEZ

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma, who will perform at the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s Gala Concert on Thursday, hasn’t played often in Fort Worth, but there are connections. Read more

Texas Ballet Theater’s Dallas performance leaves something to be desired

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If you caught Texas Ballet Theater’s mixed repertoire performance in Fort Worth last month, well, you saw what looks to be an early front-runner for dance production of the year. The company’s Dallas edition, however, with two of the three works seen in Fort Worth, pales in comparison. Read more

Kimbell Art Museum bringing Scottish treasures to Fort Worth

The National Galleries of Scotland in Edinburgh are sending 55 of their greatest treasures to tour three museums in the United States. The Kimbell Art Museum will be one of those stops, the Fort Worth museum announced Friday. Read more

Han and Finckel offer praiseworthy performances in Cliburn at the Kimbell series

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Special/Rachel Parker

Prokofiev. Shostakovich. Scriabin. Rachmaninoff. Cliburn Concerts. Another piano recital, right? Only half right. Read more

An expert guide to Spring Gallery Night

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To see Gallery Night takes longer than a night. Which is why, when the galleries open Saturday at various times, it is wise to begin the rounds with a well -esearched plan and a map. Read more

Theatre Arlington executive director has big plans

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Star-Telegram

Ironically, Norman Ussery landed his job as executive director of Theatre Arlington because he eschews drama. Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: March 28-April 3

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(Velton Hayworth/Special to DFW.com)

Spring Gallery Night returns in Fort Worth, along with the Texas Rangers, Chelsea Handler and lots of music and drama options. Read more

Review: ‘The Human Comedy,’ at Lyric Stage in Irving

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Michael C. Foster

There are always many routes that lead home. Read more

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