Archive for March, 2012

PC Theatrics: “La Cage” and More

From Zorro The Gay Blade to La Cage aux Folles%26hellip;

IMAGE: George Hamilton as Georges and Christopher Sieber as Albin in the national tour of La Cage aux Folles. Photo by Paul Kolnik.

Young audiences may know George Hamilton from his turn on... | Read More

PC Theatrics: “La Cage” and More

From Zorro The Gay Blade to La Cage aux Folles%26hellip;

IMAGE: George Hamilton as Georges and Christopher Sieber as Albin in the national tour of La Cage aux Folles. Photo by Paul Kolnik.

Young audiences may know George Hamilton from his turn on... | Read More

PC Theatrics: “La Cage” and More

From Zorro The Gay Blade to La Cage aux Folles%26hellip;

IMAGE: George Hamilton as Georges and Christopher Sieber as Albin in the national tour of La Cage aux Folles. Photo by Paul Kolnik.

Young audiences may know George Hamilton from his turn on... | Read More

PC Theatrics: “Annie” and More

"Tomorrow" %26mdash; and Yesterday%26hellip;

IMAGE: Theater Under The Stars' current production of Annie at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. From left: Glory Crampton as Grace Farrell, Michele Ragusa as Miss Hannigan and Sadie Sink as Annie herself. Photo by Bruce Bennett ... | Read More

PC Theatrics: “Annie” and More

"Tomorrow" %26mdash; and Yesterday%26hellip;

IMAGE: Theater Under The Stars' current production of Annie at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. From left: Glory Crampton as Grace Farrell, Michele Ragusa as Miss Hannigan and Sadie Sink as Annie herself. Photo by Bruce Bennett ... | Read More

PC Theatrics: “Annie” and More

"Tomorrow" %26mdash; and Yesterday%26hellip;

IMAGE: Theater Under The Stars' current production of Annie at the Hobby Center for the Performing Arts. From left: Glory Crampton as Grace Farrell, Michele Ragusa as Miss Hannigan and Sadie Sink as Annie herself. Photo by Bruce Bennett ... | Read More

American Beauty

For an understanding of where we are, see “Glenn Ligon: America,” a survey of one of the most seminal figures in contemporary art, organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, landing at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth this spring (through June 3). In the show, Ligon moves from Basquiat-like primitivism and deceptively simple silkscreens of leaders such as Malcolm X to postmodern... | Read More

American Beauty

For an understanding of where we are, see “Glenn Ligon: America,” a survey of one of the most seminal figures in contemporary art, organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, landing at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth this spring (through June 3). In the show, Ligon moves from Basquiat-like primitivism and deceptively simple silkscreens of leaders such as Malcolm X to postmodern... | Read More

American Beauty

For an understanding of where we are, see “Glenn Ligon: America,” a survey of one of the most seminal figures in contemporary art, organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art, landing at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth this spring (through June 3). In the show, Ligon moves from Basquiat-like primitivism and deceptively simple silkscreens of leaders such as Malcolm X to postmodern... | Read More

Meadows Meets its Man

If March has a gentleman of the moment, it%26rsquo;s Santiago Calatrava. The Spanish architect jets into town the first weekend of the month for the debut of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge %26mdash; the massive civic project of Calatrava%26rsquo;s design spanning the Trinity River. There are bridge-opening parties galore (most notably those held atop the MHH March 2, 3 and 4 and benefitting The... | Read More

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