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Theater review: ‘God’s Trombones’ at Jubilee Theatre


Buddy Myers

Jubilee Theatre’s past is shaking hands with its present in God’s Trombones, the beloved musical revue that opened last Friday. Read more

Review: Garrick Ohlsson at Cliburn at the Bass

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One of today’s masters of the piano gave a convincing display of his artistry Tuesday night in Bass Hall. His name is Garrick Ohlsson; he presented a brilliant series of masterpieces by musical heavyweights Beethoven, Schubert and Chopin. Read more

12 Top Things to Do entertainment guide: April 8-14, 2016

Obit Leonard Nimoy


Star Trek: 50 Year Mission Tour, Scarborough Faire, Friday on the Green and TMS Race Weekend merge the future, present and past in a fun-filled week of activities in DFW. Read more

Theater review: ‘The Mystery of Irma Vep’ at Theatre Arlington

In the plays by the late Charles Ludlam, founder of New York’s Ridiculous Theatrical Company, it’s pretty difficult to go too far over the top. But in the current production of his most produced play, The Mystery of Irma Vep: A Penny Dreadful at Theatre... Read more

Tenor Stephen Costello to honor legend Caruso at Cowtown Coliseum

Caruso In Cowtown


Part of an opera singer’s job description is to take on challenging, sometimes iconic, roles. Read more

Review: Ballet Frontier of Texas

Before Ballet Frontier of Texas’ 2015-16 season finale, Artistic Adviser Enrica Tseng said that this has been a “steppingstone season,” noting the company’s increase in public performances and audience sizes. Read more

Cliburn announces competitors for 2016 amateur competition

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Seventy-two nonprofessional pianists representing 21 countries will compete in the Seventh Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition in June in Fort Worth, the foundation said today. Read more

Review: The Little Mermaid at Bass Hall


Photo by Bruce Bennett

The production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which opened a six-day, eight-performance run at Bass Hall on Tuesday night, is what you would expect it to be. Exactly what you would expect it to be. Read more

All hail the Spam Jam recipe contest

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Spamalot, the beloved Monty Python musical, is coming to Casa Mañana beginning June 4, and that means we’ll have a lot of hungry knights to feed around the round table. Read more

Top 12 things to do entertainment guide, March 31-April 6, 2016Dirty dozen

APTOPIX Bruce Springsteen in Concert - Los Angeles


Click through for things to do all across DFW! Read more

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