Christopher Moore puts a silly spin on Shakespeare

‘The Serpent of Venice’ mixes the bard and bawdy in another novel featuring Pocket.

Theater review: ‘Evita’

The 1976 show is one of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s finest works.

Ben Folds to play with Fort Worth Symphony

The singer-songwriter will appear with the orchestra in early January.

Fort Worth Opera Festival opens with starkly contrasting ‘Pearl Fishers,’ ‘With Blood, With Ink’

While Bizet’s classic opera features exotic scenery in a faraway setting, Crozier’s contemporary work offers an intimate and thoroughly powerful experience.

Art in the drive-through lane at the Nasher

Bettina Pousttchi creates a conceptual exhibit at the sculpture center in Dallas.

What’s new in bookstores this week

Of note: David Baldacci’s assassins are back, letters from a nanny and Robin Roberts’ memoir.

New & notable: ‘A Paris Apartment’

Author Michelle Gable’s debut novel imagines a past life.

Vermeer String Quartet delivers masterful Easter-themed performance

It may not have been as much fun as an egg hunt, but it was a way to bring superbly performed classical music and the religious holiday together.

Sean Panikkar has had a year worth singing about

After last year’s Fort Worth Opera appearance came a TV show and series of once-in-a-lifetime opportunities, the tenor says.