Nov. 22, 2014 at 4:42pm | By Mark Lowry |Permalink
Special to the Star-Telegram
FORT WORTH —
Most productions of The Nutcracker in North Texas (and really, in any city) are from ballet schools, as opposed to professional companies, which is why you’ll see most of the ensemble and satellite roles performed by kids and teenagers and the major roles give...
Nov. 20, 2014 at 7:17am | By Cary Darling |Permalink
Its nearly go-time for the holiday plunge: The relatives are set to descend, and youre at your wits end figuring out what to do with them. Especially when the turkeys down to the carcass, the cornbread stuffing is toast, the pie is just a sweet, sweet memory, and everyone&...
1 “Reflections, The Mick Fleetwood Collection”: Samuel Lynne Galleries in Dallas is hosting an exhibit of the fine art photography by Mick Fleetwood, founding member and drummer of Fleetwood Mac, Dec. 11-13. After a minimum purchase of $1,950, buyers are i...
Fort Worth-based artist Ed Blackburn, who is also an art instructor at UNT, will have an exhibit at Mountain View College’s Cliff Gallery. “Ed Blackburn: Ancient History” is a mash-up of Bible stories told in crude abstraction with astoundingly accurate comic book art that ha...
Nov. 20, 2014 at 12:03pm | By Mark Lowry |Permalink
In front of board members, friends and invited guests, Enrica Tseng introduced the students of her Ballet Frontier of Texas on Sunday, and they performed scenes from The Nutcracker and variations from other ballets.