Shakespeare at the Bar’s “The Tempest” draws a big crowd earlier this month at the Wild Detectives, a hip bookstore and bar in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District.
Shakespeare at the Bar’s “The Tempest” draws a big crowd earlier this month at the Wild Detectives, a hip bookstore and bar in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. Mark Lowry Special to the Star-Telegram
Shakespeare at the Bar’s “The Tempest” draws a big crowd earlier this month at the Wild Detectives, a hip bookstore and bar in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District. Mark Lowry Special to the Star-Telegram

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