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Jubilee director arrested in Fort Worth child sex solicitation cases

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The 33-year-old artistic director of Jubilee Theatre was arrested Friday by police who were investigating complaints that a man offered three boys in southeast Fort Worth money for sex. Read more

Onstage in Bedford celebrates 30th anniversary

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As it prepares to celebrate a major birthday, Onstage in Bedford has attained something that many other 30-year-olds find elusive — maturity. Read more

Review: Lawrence Brownlee at Cliburn at the Kimbell

The latest Cliburn at the Kimbell program on Thursday night strayed a little from historical patterns. The focus this time was on the tenor voice, not the piano, though the latter instrument was n... Read more

Circle's ‘Asher Lev’ celebrates Jewish theater


Leah Layman

The narrative of an individual choosing a path that is not popular within his or her own family, community or culture is a common plot across literature, drama and film. But what happens when the central character has a deep desire to have each foot firmly planted in both worlds? Read more

Review: Shaping Sound at Bass Hall


Performing Arts Fort Worth

If there’s one thing that the TV dance competition show So You Think You Can Dance instills in its contestants, it’s versatility. Travis Wall, the Season 2 runner-up who is now a judge on the show, takes that idea to heart in Shaping Sound, the LA-base... Read more

Sarah Koenig, of ‘Serial’ fame, coming to Fort Worth this summer


Meredith Heuer

The host of the popular podcast ‘Serial’ will speak at a convention in August. Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide: January 30-Feb 04, 2015


Karen Almond

Click through o check out fun things to do across DFW this week! Read more

Spanish cellist to make U.S. concerto debut with Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra


Performing Arts Fort Worth

Most virtuosi on the concert stage today started playing when they were very young. Cellist Adolfo Gutiérrez Arenas didn’t pick up a cello until he was 14, but he made up for lost time. Read more

Pachelbel, Nena and a home of one-hit wonders


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This is the story of the collision of two “ one-hit wonders” — one from the flashy world of pop-rock and the other from the hallowed ranks of classical music — a... Read more

'Odysseo' gallops into North Texas


Lynne Glazer

It’s a few hours before showtime, and Amanda Orlowski is giving a tour of the stables at Cavalia’s Odysseo, a spectacle that combines the equestrian and circus arts. As one of the riders in the show, the Toronto native introduces a number of stallions and ge... Read more

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