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Theater: ‘On Golden Pond’ at Casa Mañana


Samuel Rushen

Norman does not want to go gentle into that good night. Read more

Taps ‘n Tunes is dancing with the golden stars



As the music begins, eight poised, costumed dancers — four on each side — prance from opposite ends of a small stage in syncopated time. Read more

Art review: Kimbell’s Caillebotte exhibit


Courtesy of the Kimbell Art Museum

In 1876 and 1877, at the second and third impressionist exhibitions in Paris, Gustave Caillebotte stole other artists’ thunder. He was the painter everyone noticed; Claude Monet and Pierre-Auguste Renoir were also-rans. Read more

Review: Dallas Opera’s ‘Tosca’ is subtle yet powerful


Karen Almond

A week after introducing a fascinating new work to its audiences, the Dallas Opera turned on Friday night to one of the triedest-and-truest of them all: Puccini’s Tosca. It will alternate through Sunda... Read more

Review: FWSO's ‘Let’s Tango!’


Benjamin Oliver Hicks

Traditional wisdom holds that it takes two to tango. Read more

Review: David Sedaris at Bass Hall


Star-Telegram archives

Bass Hall got a little crowded on Thursday night. Read more

Dirty dozen entertainment guide: Nov. 6-12, 2015

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Special to DFW.com

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

Review: Dallas Opera’s ‘Great Scott’ full of comedic touches


The Dallas Opera

“I confess to wincing when I have heard Great Scott described as a ‘comic’ opera.” These are the words of playwright Read more

Fort Worth Symphony musicians, management back in contract talks

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Special to the Star-Telegram

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association officials and the union that represents its musicians were scheduled to resume contract negotiations Tuesday. Read more

Three for three: Darnell Street Auditorium will soon be gone

1 Darnell Street Auditorium: Gone. Or it soon will be. The auditorium that the Kimbell Art Museum has been using is being razed. It is no longer needed now that the Piano Pavilion has a 289-seat auditorium. The parking lot is still open for overflow parking for both the ... Read more

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