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Many of the best new shows and miniseries of the coming months are turning back the clock.
Bass Hall, Casa Mañana and others present classics and new favorites, from ‘The Music Man’ to ‘Dirty Dancing’
Brothers and YouTube stars host an FYI Network show in which they city-hop and dine on a budget.
The exhibit, presented with a bilingual title and signs, is heavy on well-preserved textiles, but light on historical context.
Judge Ronnie Hurst and host Rachael Lynee Burns say they want the competition, which will hold a casting call May 29 at UTA, to educate as well as entertain.
Host Richard Quest says it’s almost inhumane what contestants are put through on this show, which premieres at 7 p.m. May 20.
The funnyman talks about what he has learned in his long tenure as a show host.
The 2015-16 series will feature performances of works by composers both well known and rarely played.
Top-notch singers and musically appealing excerpts of new or incomplete operas create adventure in the Fort Worth Opera’s Frontiers program.
The tragedy of a death accelerated by inadequate healthcare coverage goes far beyond the pain and suffering of the victim.
Director Thaddeus Strassberger has a few tricks up his sleeve — including an alternate ending.
The opera, the final one in the festival, repeats May 10.
The Netflix series teams Fonda with ‘Nine to Five’ co-star Lily Tomlin as odd-couple friends who have to lean on each other.
The Jake Glen Tribe heats up a soggy day at Buffalo Bros.’ annual celebration of music and chicken
The freewheeling singer-songwriter performed a decades-encompassing set Friday.
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