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Review Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

As conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya granted at the beginning, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra kind of backed into Friday night’s performance in Bass Hall. Read more

Review: Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth

Under the artistic guidance of Gary Levinson, the Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth has developed into a rock-solid presenter of chamber ensembles. Read more

‘Lady Day’ takes the Jubilee Theatre stage


Denise Lee has played the role of Billie Holiday in Lanie Robertson’s Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill twice before, at WaterTower Theatre in 2000 and at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas in 2008. Read more

Jubilee Theatre at a turning point starting 35th season

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Special to the Star-Telegram

For many years after Jubilee Theatre artistic director Rudy Eastman’s death in 2005, his widow, Marian, was uninterested in venturing into downtown Fort Worth. Read more

Critics’ picks: Finally, the last word on Michael Jackson

1 MJ: The Genius of Michael Jackson: Six years ago, the world lost Jackson at the shockingly young age of 50. In the months immediately following his death, there were ample, unseemly recountings of Jackson’s turbulent life, offer... Read more

In the galleries: Art Heist

The annual Art Heist, a fundraiser for EASL, the Emergency Artists’ Support League, takes place Saturday. This event by artists and art patrons is something like an auction. Smugglers, those who buy a $500 ticket, get first choice of any of the 150 artworks donated to the sale. Next up are t... Read more

Review: Irina Kulikova at Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society

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Star-Telegram archives

It was like getting two concerts for the price of one. Read more

Dirty Dozen entertainment guide, Oct. 1-Oct. 7, 2015


George Wada

Click through for things to all across DFW! Read more

Theater review: ‘Matilda the Musical’


Joan Marcus

Roald Dahl’s books are ripe for musical theater adaptations, with darkly comic fantasies that resonate with children and anyone who used to be a child. Matilda, about a book-loving girl with special powers who finds ways to cope with less-than-ideal situations,... Read more

Theater review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’


Samuel Rushen

— It’s all about tradition. Read more

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