The company continues its outreach to broader communities by bringing ‘Cruzar la Cara de la Luna,’ the world’s first mariachi opera, to North Texas as part of its 2017 Opera Festival. Will the artistic gamble pay off?
Smaller, regional museums have been laying the groundwork, acquiring artifacts and conducting interviews, but they stand to lose big if they are not included in funding for the proposed repository in the state capital.
Xander Berkeley and wife, Sarah Clarke, take the lead in the much talked-about ‘White Rabbit Red Rabbit’ at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, a play in which the actors have no idea what’s in the script before taking the stage.
Two gaming festivals are descending on the area: one a big, splashy affair featuring celebrities and hundreds of pinball machines; the other a small, video game-packed event with proceeds going to a worthy cause.
The Dallas museum presents what it calls “the most comprehensive presentation ever dedicated to” the drawings of the 17th century master Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652) in an ongoing partnership with Madrid’s Prado Museum.
The pictures are not pretty. They are responses to various catastrophes that mix realistic and abstract styles. Many are defined with large splotches of tar and black paint, spread across a base of linoleum.
The international piano competition begins May 25 in Fort Worth, but the screening jury is traveling to London and beyond to listen to some of the world's best young pianists to see which ones will make the cut.
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