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Charles M. Russell: Watercolorist February 11 through May 13, 2012

Detail from On the Attack, Charles M. Russell, 1901


o celebrate its 30th anniversary, the Sid Richardson Museum will host a rare exhibition of watercolors by Charles M. Russell. Come see why experts believe that his watercolors are among his finest efforts. Until the exhibition opens, experience paintings of the 19th-century American West by Russell, Frederic Remington, and other Western artists. The legendary Texas oilman, Sid W. Richardson, amassed what is considered one of the most significant private collections of Remingtons and Russells in the United States. Open daily except major holidays. Museum Store with unique Western gifts. Free admission. The Sid Richardson Museum’s display is a companion exhibition to a major retrospective of Russell’s watercolors at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art— Romance Maker: The Watercolors of Charles M. Russell, February 11 through May 13, 2012. 309 Main Street in Sundance Square, Fort Worth, Texas 76102 | 888.332.6554 Winter 2012






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Arts Council of Fort Worth & Tarrant County 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107 • 817-732-2360 • ARTS COUNCIL STAFF Jody Ulich, President Anne Allen, Public Art Program Manager Jennifer Conn, Public Art Collection Manager Michelle Gonzales, Public Art Program Specialist Alida Labbe, Public Art Project Manager John Leach, Arts Center Facilities Manager Mary Montalvo, Arts Center Director Cathy Neece Brown, Vice President – Development Marla Fleischmann Owen, Arts Center Business Development Manager Martha Peters, Vice President – Public Art Daniel Stone, Grant Program, Executive Assistant Brandon Swift, Arts Center Technical Director Elaine Taylor, Arts Center Gallery Manager Corliss Wall, Development Associate



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On the cover: Grupo Pakal, Mayan Performing Arts, proudly

celebrates Mayan culture through ancient ceremonial dance rituals to traditional native music, Artes de la Rosa, Rose Marine Theater.

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Ginny Tigue, Chair, Vice President, Tigue Property Co., Ltd. William R. Jenkins, Jr., Vice Chair, Partner, Jackson Walker, LLP Jack Larson, Past Chair, Mellina & Larson, PC Christina Brinker, Treasurer, CPA, Rylander, Clay & Opitz Amy Sutton, Secretary, Vice President, Frost Bank Thomas Williams, Policy/Bylaws, Partner, Haynes and Boone, LLP MEMBERS AT LARGE Larry Anfin, President/General Manager, Coors Distributing Co. of Fort Worth Marilyn Ackmann, Manager of Public Affairs, Atmos Energy Dale Brock, Regional Vice President, CitiBank Christy Cates, CPA, Whitley Penn Brad Chapman, Business Performance Manager, Insperity Mac Churchill, President, Churchill Acura Gregory T. Clifton, Principal/CEO, Clifton Capital Group Diana Crawford, Cargo Everest Program, American Airlines Clay Franklin, CEO, Plaza Medical Terri Gill, Community Volunteer Suzan Greene, Fort Worth Area Manager, Customer Operations, Oncor Denise Harmon, Membership Director, Fort Worth Club Bill Hart, President, SunCoast Industries Greg Irwin, Vice President-Private Banking, Northern Trust Robert Jameson, Area General Manager, Renaissance Worthington Hotel Jimmy Jenkins, Owner, Fort Worth Screen Printing Leah M. King, Senior Director - Public Affairs, Chesapeake Energy Estela Martinez-Stuart, Director of Tourism, Fort Worth Convention & Visitors’ Bureau Nicki Northcutt, Coordinator – Community Affairs, XTO Energy Melisa Schultz, Community Volunteer Jennifer Trevino, Chief of Staff, UNT Health Science Center John W. Via III, Vice President – Marketing, Alcon Dean Wise, Vice President-Network Strategy, BNSF Anna Wogofski, Director – Business Development, Lockheed Martin EX OFFICIO Andrew Boster, The T Ray C. Brooks, Tarrant County Commissioner, Precinct 1 Elva LeBlance, Chair, Fort Worth Arts Commission

Art has a community.

The mission of the Arts Council of Fort Worth is to create an environment that promotes, nurtures and supports the arts in our community. The Council develops relationships between artists, organizations and the community at large through its stewardship of the Community Arts Center, administration of the Public Art Program, and development of various educational opportunities for the community. The Council also provides financial support to numerous, eligible non-profit arts organizations through the administration of a comprehensive grant program. Applications are reviewed by qualified volunteer panels and judged on management ability, artistic excellence and community outreach. The Arts Council is supported by the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County, the Texas Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts and numerous individual, corporate and foundation donors. To all of whom we say,

“Thank you.”




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OPERA SUPERSTARS Not everyone onstage is a musical marvel. Some are guys- and girls-next-door.

Think all the characters you see performing in an opera have decades of training? Think again. Most operas are chock full of “civilians” who have had no musical training at all. In almost every Fort Worth Opera production (in fact, in almost every opera around the world), there are several — sometimes a dozen or more — cast members who did not study music in school and might never have sung a note in their lives. They’re called supernumeraries, or “supers,” and they are to opera what extras are to Hollywood movies. They play onstage characters without speaking (or singing) lines, usually townspeople or soldiers. They fill up the stage for large crowd scenes, but there are solo roles too: For instance, every production of Puccini’s Turandot requires a buff-and-burly Executioner, and in Madame Butterfly, a super child is always tapped to play the title character’s son. In Fort Worth Opera’s 2011 Julius Caesar, a super played the ghost of the emperor Pompey, who “haunted” several scenes. During the 2011 Fort Worth Opera Festival, Il Trovatore featured 14 adult male and female supers, who served as flagbearers, ladies-in-waiting, torchbearers, guards, and gypsies — and most people played multiple roles since Act I’s soldiers became Act II’s gypsies. And The Mikado featured eight adult supers and one child, who served as ninjas. The adult supers even had stagehand duties, moving set pieces around during

the show (in full view of the audience) and coordinating movements with one another, using the blocking (stage directions) taught by the director. In character. Without speaking. Quite a feat. But for these silent stars, it’s all in a day’s work – or, rather, in a night’s work, since all of them have regular day jobs. Among Fort Worth Opera’s regular supers are a teacher, an engineer, a banker, a writer, and a painter. They vary in age too: Some are college students; others are close to retirement. Several have appeared in Fort Worth Opera shows every season for the last decade. What’s the attraction? Camaraderie is one reason. Being part of operatic magic is another. Supers don’t just show up, though. They have to attend rehearsals, practice blocking, and get fitted for costumes, among other things. For Il Trovatore, several supers had to learn to handle swords for fight scenes. The supers were “fearless,” director David Lefkowich said. “Not only did they have tremendous energy and enthusiasm, but I was also impressed with their willingness to take risks and make bold choices onstage. From sword-fighting to pounding on anvils, this group faced many challenges. Instead of being intimidated, the chorus and supers relished learning the skills needed to make their performances a success.”

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Musically inclined folks also are afforded the opportunity to utilize their skills: by singing in the chorus. Every year, Fort Worth Opera holds open chorus auditions – no prior opera experience is required. Chorus members’ musical backgrounds vary widely: Some choristers are studying music in college, others sing in their church choir, some perform in local musicals, and some have sung with the FWO Chorus for years. Their day jobs are even more varied. One chorister works at a hotel, one is in construction, some teach, some are in the medical industry, one is in the oil and gas industry, and some are full-time parents. And competition can be stiff. The choreography for 2011’s Mikado included a lot of hip-hop dancing, so last year’s auditions tested for footwork in addition to vocal chops. Usually, though, a person’s pipes rule: The 2012 Fort Worth Opera Festival includes Puccini’s Tosca, whose Act I closes out with a glorious, fortissimo, no-holds-barred anthem, so vocal ability is paramount for the Tosca chorus. Tosca will also feature the largest chorus cast: 32 adult chorus members and 14 children’s chorus members (selected from the Texas Boys Choir). Your opera career now probably isn’t as far away as you previously thought.

Dow Art Galleries Fort Worth’s Oldest Art Gallery Since 1935

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Mark your calendar to join us for

Spring Gallery Night Saturday, March 24th Tour through your favorite galleries as we open our doors for cocktails, art, fun and culture. Amon Carter Museum Artes de la Rosa Artspace 111 Atrium Gallery at UNT Health Science Center Carol Henderson Gallery Fort Worth Community Arts Center


Fort Worth Contemporary Arts Galerie Kornye West Gallery 414 The Gallery at UTA McAnthony’s Multicultural Studio The Modern

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As a 4th generation family business, we’re passionate about art. We sell various styles of art and we’re certain that you’ll find something you like in our gallery.

National Cowgirl Museum Rebecca Low Sculptural Metal Tarrant County College The Upstairs Gallery William Campbell Contemporary

Please stop by and view our collection. We are conveniently located in the Cultural District directly across Camp Bowie from the Kimbell.


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See & Do


There’s always a variety of things to see and do at the Community Arts Center. Stop by – you’ll be glad you did!

Through February 25

February 6 - 10

Focus Gallery One

Imagination Celebration, in the Scott Theater

Concentric Squares by Lane Banks

Wizard of Oz Marionettes

These works of Lane Banks operate in the gulf between the direct experience of the work and the expectations established by the use of geometry.

Performance by Le Theatre de Marionettes. This program will be offered to FWISD 2nd grade students.

Through February 25

Twelfth Night

Green: A paradox of abundance and scarcity by Marietta Patricia Leis Focus Gallery Two

Green is an exhibit inspired by Leis’ Artist residency in Thailand. While embraced by the abundance of vegetation and food in Thailand the artist became acutely aware of the paradox — the deprivation produced poignant reflections that are expressed in this work.

February 10 – 19

Stolen Shakespeare Guild, in the Sanders Theater A delightful comedy of romance and confused identities. Performances at 8pm with 2pm matinees on 2/18 & 2/19. Visit for tickets and information.

February 23-25

Thoroughly Modern Millie

Southwest Christian School in the Scott Theater Performances 7pm Thurs – Sat and 2pm Matinee on Saturday. For tickets and information visit studentlife/finearts.php. March 1-3

Junior Woman’s Club Annual Spring Show in the Scott Theater

For tickets and information visit March 2 -3

March Radness

Contemporary Dance Fort Worth in the Sanders Theater Performances are Friday at 8m, Saturday at 2 & 8 pm. ADMISSION: $20 General Admission / $8 Students & Seniors — cash at the door or online via PayPal. $15 Early Bird Special (purchase general admission tickets online via PayPal by February 28). For tickets and information visit

Through March 30

TAC Featured Artist: Ambiguous Belonging by Janet Morrow Arts Center Lobby & Café

In this space, sculptural polyester organza units, reminiscent of windsocks, inhabit an environment composed of photographs of industrial interiors printed on fabric and aluminum. In this conjoining, Morrow is exploring her existence as a cyborg, a creature that is a hybrid of organic and man-made parts.

February 11

“A Salute to Love” a Valentine Show DFW All-Stars, in the Scott Theater

This concert will bring together the top romantic songs from decades gone by. The music that you grew up with, fell in love with, and still treasure today. For tickets and information visit February 12

February 3 – 28

Triple Exposure by Carol Womack, Jennifer Elmore and Elizabeth Higgins Front Gallery

Triple Exposure is a visual examination of the female in a cultural society. Artworks depict the complexities of women in the roles they play. This show will reflect life from a woman’s perspective and will define the boundaries and lack of boundaries accepted.

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

March 5 – 30

FWCAC Biennial

Throughout the Arts Center Galleries The North Texas community, regardless of age or experience, is invited to submit one original artwork each to the 2012 FWCAC Biennial. See prospectus for more information: prospectus2012_2pga.pdf

Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society in the Scott Theater

March 5 – 30

This Grammy Award winning group is one of the most multifaceted groups in any genre. LAGQ is comprised of four uniquely accommplished musicians bringing a new energy to the concert stage with programs ranging from Bluegrass to Bach. Performance at 7:30pm. For tickets and information visit or call 817-498-0363.

Front Gallery

February 3 – 28

TCCD Student Art Exhibit The Tarrant County College Student Art Competition and Exhibition holds the third biannual all-district art competition highlighting the best works from fine arts students throughout the Tarrant County College District. This year's exhibition is juried by Cohn Drennan of Cohn Drennan Contemporary, Dallas.

Ancient Patterns - Threads of Time with Fay Jean Hooker Back Gallery & Gallery Six Fay Jean Hooker grew up surrounded by family quilts, primitive barn furniture, and the simple structures seen in old barns, country churches, and roadside farmhouses. She is inspired by old traditions, yet by improvising with new materials, iconic quilt patterns move from their original fabrics into wood constructions. 8



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March 9-11

Spring Dance Concert

The School for Classical & Contemporary Dance at TCU, in the Scott Theater February 16 & 17

“Little Shop of Horrors”

All Saints Episcopal School, in the Scott Theater For tickets and information visit

A showcase of works choreographed by SCCDance Faculty and Guest Artists, performed by BFA dance majors. Performances March 9 & 10 at 8pm; March 10 & 11 at 2pm. For tickets and information 817-257-7615 or

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April 6 – 28

Fort Worth Children’s Opera, in the Scott Theater

Focus Gallery One & Two

Little Red’s Most Unusual Day

An operatic version of the story of Little Red Riding Hood based on scenes from operas by J. Offenbach and G. Rossini. For tickets and information visit March 15

2012 Best of the Biennial The Exhibition Advisory Panel selects the best works from the 2012 Biennial for exhibit in the Focus Galleries. The People’s Choice, an artwork voted on by the public as their favorite, is also on exhibit.

April 7

Chung-Lin Tseng’s A Night of Ballet 10th Anniversary Ballet Frontier, in the Scott Theater

Performance at 7:30pm General seating $20, reserved seating $30. Visit for tickets and information.

The Bremen Town Musicians

Fort Worth Children’s Opera, in the Scott Theater Featuring the music of Offenbach, Rossini, Donizettie, and Verdi, John Davies has adapted the tale of Dorabella the Cat, Barcarolle the Dog, Eddie Pensier the Rooster, and General Boom the Donkey into a delightful children's opera. For tickets and information visit March 17

The Legends of Country Music DFW All-Stars, in the Scott Theater

Performances are at 1:30 and 4:30pm. DFW All Stars Talent Search 7:30pm. For tickets and information visit

April 6 – 28

Cynthia Hammett & Julie Wende Exhibit Gallery Three

Julie Wende & Cynthia Hammett's paintings capture color soaked depictions of life and landscapes.

April 12-29

Mr & Mrs. Fitch

Amphibian Productions, in the Sanders Theater By Douglas Carter Beane. This wicked, urbane comedy is a scathing look at who is in, who is out, and who may not even exist at all. Performances are at 8pm. For tickets and information visit or call 817-923-3012.

March 22 & 23

Dancing Beyond Borders

Dallas Black Dance Theater, in the Scott Theater DBDT will ignite and excite with Christopher L Huggins’ Night Run, feel the passion in End of Time pas de deux by Ben Stevenson, OBE and the excitement and energy brought to the stage for this one night performance. Purchase tickets by calling 214-880-0202. March 23 – April 1


April 6 – 28

Subtopia by Matthew Golden Galleries 4 & 5

Matthew Golden makes photographs about the ways in which humans interact within a specific environment and how those interactions create and affect place. He seeks out environments that demonstrate a strong sense of place, or where that sense of place has been negated.

Stolen Shakespeare Guild, in the Sanders Theater Emma is a lighthearted tale of gossip, matrimony and misunderstanding. performances are at 8pm with 2pm matinees on 3/24, 3/31 & 4/1. For tickets and information visit

April 28

Rock & Roll is Here to Stay: The 50’s Revisted

DFW All-Stars, in the Scott Theater

March 31

Performances are at 1:30 and 4:30pm. DFW All Stars Talent Search 7:30pm. For tickets and information visit

Sin Fonteras - No Boundries

Sol de Fort Worth Ballet Folklorico, in the Scott Theater Sol de Fort Worth Ballet Folklorico is partnering with their sister friend in Dallas for this performance. Performance time 6:30pm. For tickets and information visit their website at

Art & Events Worth Going to See In the heart of the Cultural District

1300 Gendy St. 76107

The Arts Center is a beautiful & unique venue for any event!

For event booking information: 817-298-3026 or For gallery information: 817-298-3021 or Winter 2012




TCU’s music prep College never sounded so fun – for kids of all ages.

It’s late morning on the TCU campus, and the classroom is crawling with activity. There’s color and movement, as students begin today’s lesson: bouncing and clapping to tuneful “golden oldies” like Little Miss Muffet, Little Jack Horner, and The Cow Jumped Over the Moon. What? This is college? Definitely. The Music Preparatory program in the TCU School of Music has a long history of offering lessons and classes to children and adults in the Fort Worth community. It began with piano lessons in the early 1970s and has expanded to include year-round private instruction in violin, viola, cello, guitar, flute, voice, and composition. In addition to regular Music Prep faculty, teaching staff includes TCU School of Music professors, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Housed in the lower level of Ed Landreth Hall, Music Prep currently enrolls more than 700 youngsters and adults each semester. Nearly half are part of the Early Childhood Music program that originated about 30 years ago and offers Music Together, parent-and-child classes for infants, toddlers, and little ones up to age seven. The point of these sessions is not to teach music to babies but to provide 30 minutes of joyful interaction with a parent or grandparent that just happens to be set on a musical background. “Children want to do what their parents are doing,” said Early Childhood coordinator Jennifer DeSantis, nodding at the cozy circle of families moving to the teacher’s singing and guitar accompaniment. “They’re all having fun with music. By absorbing the tones and rhythms, regular exposure like this gives youngsters a huge head start when it comes to the ability to sing in tune and keep a steady beat.” There also are classes exclusively for introducing the keyboard and piano readiness. These Early Childhood class experiences “feed into taking private lessons later on,” DeSantis said. “Other instruments become easier with these basic skills at hand.” An enthusiastic mom of a two-year-old and seven-year-old in the program agrees. “It really works!” she said. Leanne Kirkham, director of TCU’s Music Preparatory Division, calls it “a very successful, conservatory-like program” that’s available to the Fort Worth community. Sixteen-week sessions are offered each fall and spring semester, with an eight-week program in the summer. Dr. Richard Gipson, director of the TCU School of Music, notes that Music Prep is a win-win arrangement for his division. Families are getting the benefit of instruction from top-level faculty while students have an unparalleled opportunity to practice-teach for their eventual careers in music education. Complete information on class options, schedules, and fees is available online at or by phone at 817-257-7604.

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MODERN ART MUSEUM OF FORT WORTH Glenn Ligon: AMERICA is organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art. Major support for the exhibition is provided by the National Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. Pictured: Hands, 1996. Silkscreen ink and gesso on unstretched canvas. 82 x 144 inches. Collection of Eileen Harris Norton. Photograph by Fredrik Nilsen. © Glenn Ligon


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EVERYBODY DANCE NOW For several years, Arts Fifth Avenue has been the site of dances for homeschooled children.

One of the disadvantages of homeschooling is a lack of socialization. Though no one believes school should be a party, children sharing company with other children in a controlled environment can also lead to many learning opportunities – and lifelong friendships. A few homeschooling parents in Fort Worth understand the importance of socialization. Not only do they involve their children in extracurricular activities around town, the parents also are helping recreate one of the most vital and, mostly to the kids, coolest parts of the elementary and high-school experience: the beloved/dreaded school dance. Several times a year for the past several years, dozens of locally homeschooled children have been gathering for dances at Arts Fifth Avenue, a nonprofit venue and arts-education institution on the Near South Side. “I think it’s just terrific,” said Gracey Tune, A5A founder and director. “They come from all over and make a bunch of new

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friends. How many dances do any of us go to anymore? I think it’s a wonderful thing to have kids dancing. That’s the way my parents met. Before TV, everybody went dancing. My mother would dance out a pair of shoes a month.” The homeschooler dances actually sprung from parents’ requests for Tune to teach their kids simple dances. “One parent said to me, ‘I don’t want my kid to be at the White House and have him asked to do a waltz, and he doesn’t know how.’ ” The actual dancing takes place in A5A’s 40-by-40foot main dance room. An adjoining room is set aside for soft drinks and snacks. Some kids and parents decorate the main room and use A5A’s sound and lighting equipment. A DJ spins all of the hits. From the first dance, attracting about 45 kids, the dances have been topping out recently at around 100 kids, from all over (as far away as Greenville) and mostly age 12 or older. The $10per-child admission price goes directly to A5A.

The parent most instrumental in getting the homeschooler dances off the ground is Chris Dillmann, whose 16-year-old daughter, Daisy Dillmann, was homeschooled until this year, when she enrolled as a freshman at Paschal High School. “Our kids don’t have that kind of organized social interaction that is extremely important, meeting new people,” Chris said. “It’s important to have that kind of thing, and it keeps the kids happier with homeschooling.” The dances, she continued, “are just awesome, and it makes me smile every time I see them.” For Daisy, who wants to be an ESL teacher, the dances have been nothing but positive. “I like how it’s very open, very friendly,” she said. “You can walk up to anyone, ‘Hi, my name’s Daisy. What’s your name?’ and you can have a conversation. It doesn’t matter where they’re from or how old they are. It’s really cool…no one sits on the sides of the room. You make friends.”

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Thru 2/19 Focus: KAWS

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

The work of Brooklyn-based artist, Brian Donnelly, who makes his art under the moniker, “KAWS,” is the subject of the first Focus exhibition for the coming 2011-2012 Season.

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January - April 2012 3/24 Wild West Double Feature Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Consider America’s cultural depiction of the West through visual art and cinema while watching the family friendly film “Rango”(PG; 2011), followed by the spaghetti western classic “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (NR; 1966).

4/11 National Theatre Live: She Stoops to Conquer 2/2 First Thursday Film Series: Freedom Writers Fort Worth Urban Living

A young teacher inspires her class of at-risk students to learn tolerance, apply themselves, and pursue education beyond high school. Issues of racial tension, gang membership and poverty affect their outcomes.

Amphibian Stage Productions

In William Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors”, two sets of twins separated at birth collide in the same city without meeting for one crazy day, as multiple mistaken identities lead to confusion on a grand scale. Consistently recognized by strangers, the visitors question their very selves as the turmoil escalates.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Amphibian Stage Productions and The Modern are delighted to announce the upcoming screenings of “Leonardo Live“, the first-ever tour of a fine art exhibition created for movie audiences.

2/23 National Theatre Live: Travelling Light

2/20 Ailey II

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

Ongoing Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and Others

Sid Richardson Museum,

The Richardson’s current exhibition features paintings from their collection by the great Western artists Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell and others.

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Take a haunting trip to Transylvania where the evil Count seduces his victims. Featuring vampire brides flying through the air, a ghastly coach that winds on and off stage, and the haunting music of Franz Liszt.

Feel the love! Explore artworks in the galleries, and make your own masterpieces for loved ones. Exciting activities await the whole family!

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

2/18 Color Your World

Kimbell Art Museum,

Free afternoon events for participants of all ages feature creative art-making activities and live performances inspired by artworks on view.

2/23 Charlie Goes to Hollywood: Making Myth on the Celluloid Trail Amon Carter Museum of American Art

In the first collaboration of its kind, more than 20 combat journalists and military veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have pooled their images from the battlefield for a groundbreaking multimedia exhibit.

Winter 2012

The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth presents the first comprehensive midcareer retrospective of Glenn Ligon (b. 1960), widely regarded as one of the most important and influential American artists to have emerged in the past two decades.

2/12 All You Need Is Love

Texas Ballet Theater,

3/23 - 3/25 Art On The Greene Art Festival


Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

2/24 - 2/26 Ben Stevenson’s Dracula

Through 1/30 Conflict Zone


Thru 6/3 Glenn Ligon: America

More than 100 of the finest and best-preserved watercolors by Charles M. Russell (1864-1926) will be featured in this special exhibition.

Created to celebrate and revive the Latino cinematic history of Fort Worth’s Rose Marine Theater by showcasing international, independent Latino films.


For many students of history, Ellis Island is synonymous with American immigration. Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America Through Galveston Island recalls an equally important island that served as a point of entry for hundreds of thousands of immigrants even before Ellis Island opened its port.

Ailey II is the acclaimed younger arm of dance ensemble Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater.

2/24 - 2/26 The 2nd Annual Rose Marine Latino Film Festival

Richard Greene Linear Park will play host to this Inaugural Art On The Greene Fine Arts Festival.

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History

2/11 - 5/13 Romance Maker: The Watercolors of Charles M. Russell

Following Vincent in Brixton and The Reporter, Nicholas Wright’s new play is a funny and fascinating tribute to the Eastern European immigrants who became major players in Hollywood’s golden age.

Moya Art Events

Thru 4/1 Forgotten Gateway: Coming to America Through Galveston Island

Wonderful Wednesdays is a program for families with young children, led by a docent and includes a gallery project designed by the education department.

Amphibian Stage Productions

Artes de la Rosa

The exhibit will include family photos, public life photos and ranch artifacts on loan from the Day family.

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Artes de la Rosa

2/18 Leonardo Live

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame

2/8 Visiting the Work of Jacques Villegle

2/10 Sugar

At 19, Miguel “Sugar” Santos, a serious kid from the Dominican Republic, signs with Kansas City. He is sent to the Class A team “The Swing” in Bridgetown, Iowa, where he lives with a farm family.

Thru 3/25 The Cowgirl Who Became a Justice: Sandra Day O’Connor

Society of Professional Journalists, Fort Worth Pro Chapter,

Discover the romance and myth of Charles M. Russell’s art as echoed on the big screen and in popular culture during the early 1920s.

3/4 - 4/15 Focus: Katie Paterson Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Katie Paterson is known for multidisciplinary and conceptually driven work, with an emphasis on nature, ecology, geology, and cosmology.

3/4 - 6/17 The Age of Impressionism: Great French Paintings from the Clark Kimbell Art Museum,

The Kimbell Art Museum is the sole American venue for this first-ever international touring exhibition of the renowned collection of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown, Massachusetts.

3/13 - 3/16 Family Fun Week

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Bring the whole family for art exploration and art-making!

3/14 Visiting the Work of Jackson Pollock Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

1/13 - 1/29 Noises Off!

Theatre Arlington,

Called the funniest farce ever written, this play within a play provides a hysterical glimpse of what happens backstage while rehearsing a flop of a farce called “Nothing’s On.”

1/27 Lewis Black

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

Lewis Black is one of the most prolific and popular performers working today. Lewis executes a brilliant trifecta as stand-up comedian, actor and author.

1/27 - 2/5 Laughter on the 23rd Floor Denton Community Theatre

Wonderful Wednesdays is a program for families with young children, led by a docent and includes a gallery project designed by the education department.

Neil Simon looks behind the scenes of a successful comedy and finds more comedy! Based on Simon’s experiences as a young writer, the real wackiness of a 1953 TV comedy show, according to Simon, took place in the writers’ room.

3/23 - 3/25 Art On The Greene Art Festival

1/27 - 2/12 Madeline and the Gypsies

Richard Greene Linear Park will play host to this Inaugural Art On The Greene Fine Arts Festival.

This musical adaptation captures all the magic of Ludwig Bemelmans’ beloved 1959 book.

Moya Art Events,

3/29 3 Under 30

Amon Carter Museum of American Art

Rebecca Lawton, Curator of Paintings and Sculpture, Amon Carter Museum of American Art, presents this Gallery Talk. Get inspired as you learn about the great works created by Frederic Edwin Church, Arthur Dove, and John Singer Sargent during their twenties.

1/27 - 2/26 Pretty Fire

Back by popular demand after a six-show, sold-out run in 2011, Dixie Longate is a fast-talking Tupperware lady who packed up some catalogs, left her children in an Alabama trailer park and took Off-Broadway by storm!

Jubilee Theatre,

A young girl’s coming of age story composed of live autobiographical vignettes that begin with her premature birth and end with her first solo performance in her church’s junior choir.

2/24 - 3/11 Willy Wonka Jr. Theatre Arlington

Roald Dahl’s timeless story of the world famous candy man comes to life in this stage adaptation.

2/28 - 3/4 The Elephant Man Theatre TCU,

3/1 - 3/4 Sesame Street Live: Elmo Makes Music Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

4/22 - 6/17 Focus: Ged Quinn

Jenny, an enthusiastic new music teacher, arrives on Sesame Street only to discover that her instruments are missing. Jenny’s new Muppet friends quickly come to the rescue

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Ged Quinn’s paintings combine landscapes in the vein of Claude Lorrain with fragments of history, art history, and mythology. The works are awe-inspiring in the combination of painterly skills and provocative conceptual strains.

3/2 - 3/11 The Laramie Project DVA Productions

2/3 - 2/4 Stained Glass Theatre TCU,

“Stained Glass” By Randy Jackson-Alvarenga is presented at Hays Theatre.

2/3 - 3/10 Fiddler on the Roof Plaza Theatre Company

Fiddler on the Roof is presented at the Plaza Theatre Company.

Thru 1/28 Rumple – Steal – Skin

2/4 - 3/7 Disney’s Aladdin Jr.

A miller’s daughter must try to spin straw into gold for the King. When a strange little man offers to help her, she doesn’t realize that he wants to steal everything she owns.

All of your favorite characters are here in Disney’s Aladdin Jr., a stage adaptation of the Disney hit film. Filled with magic, mayhem, and flying carpet rides, audiences’ spirits will soar with excitement.

Baruch Spinoza’s radical beliefs on God and religion draw him into a riveting trial which irrevocably challenges Western thought.

Performing Arts Fort Worth

“The Elephant Man” was first produced in London at the Hampstead Theatre. It soon moved to New York and opened Off-Broadway at the Theatre of St. Peter’s Church, and then to Broadway and the Booth Theatre.

Glass comes in all shapes and sizes at the annual glass art sale. The sale includes works by students and faculty and attracts hundreds of participants, with more than 1,000 pieces sold last year.

Stage West

Join all your favorite barn-yard characters for this classic tale by E.B. White. The whole family will love this tale of friendship and loyalty! This show is suitable for all audiences.

2/15 - 2/26 Dixie’s Tupperware Party

University of North Texas Art Gallery,

Thru 1/29 New Jerusalem

Casa Manana,

An abandoned church-turned-day-spa is the setting for this hilarious southern comedy. The feisty females of Eden Falls, Georgia, gather every Friday afternoon at SPA-DEE-DAH!

3/30 UTA Glass Art Sale

The Foreigner is presented at the Plaza Theatre Company.

2/10 - 2/26 Charlotte’s Web

Runway Theatre,

Outspoken, precocious, lovable Junie B. Jones stars in a colorful, funny, fast-paced musical about new friends, new glasses, sugar cookies, the annual kickball tournament and other various first-grade, angst-ridden situations.

Plaza Theatre Company,

A German civil servant’s world is suddenly turned upside down! During a visit from the King, his wife’s underpants slip to the ground and he is convinced this is the end of his career and social standing.

1/27 - 2/12 Hallelujah Girls

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

Thru 1/28 The Foreigner

Onstage in Bedford

Creative Arts Theatre & School,

1/29 Junie B. Jones

Artisan Center Theater,

2/10 - 2/26 The Underpants

Artisan Center Theater,

2/7 - 2/12 Monty Python’s Spamalot

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

The funniest show on earth is back to taunt Fort Worth for a second time! Winner of the 2005 Tony Award for Best Musical, Monty Python’s Spamalot, the musical comedy sensation lovingly ripped off from the film classic “Monty Python and The Holy Grail.”

2/9 - 3/18 The Sports Page

On October 6th of 1998 Matthew Shepard was beaten and left to die tied to a fence in the outskirts of Laramie, Wyoming. He died 6 days later. His torture and murder became a watershed historical moment in America that highlighted many of the fault lines in culture.

3/3 - 3/11 Rent

Casa Manana,

Everyone’s favorite rock opera musical, Rent, is back! Set in the East Village of New York City, Rent tells the unforgettable story of a group of impoverished young artists and musicians struggling and learning to survive, fall in love, find their voices and live for today.

3/6 - 4/1 Come Back to the Five and Dime... Runway Theatre

In a small town dime store in West Texas, the “Disciples of James Dean” gather for their twentieth reunion. Now middleaged women, they were teenagers when Dean filmed “Giant” two decades ago in nearby Marfa.

3/9 - 3/25 Greater Tuna

Greater Cleburne Carnegie Players

The first rollicking comedy set in the fictional town of Tuna, Texas, the “third-smallest” town in the state.

Stage West,

Dallas playwright and former sports writer Larry Herold takes a comic look back at a Dallas Cowboys training camp in 1966, when the whole media world is about to change. Winter 2012




3/9 - 3/26 Electricidad

3/29 - 4/1 The Yellow Boat

Freely adapted from Sophocles’ “Electra”, this modern staging by Luis Alfaro takes Greek theatre and drives it straight into the Latino community.

A Scandinavian folksong tells of three little boats: “One was blue, one was red, and one was yellow as the sun. They sailed far out to sea. This remarkable voyage of Benjamin was extensively developed and widely produced in America for several years, always to ovations.

Artes de la Rosa

Theatre TCU,

1/20 Organ Concert Featuring Chelsea Chen Fort Worth Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

One of the most promising organists of her generation, Chelsea Chen has electrified audiences throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, and Asia.

1/28 Leann Rimes

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

3/14 - 3/15 Young Frankenstein Performing Arts Fort Worth

Don’t miss the sensational cast delivering all your favorite moments from the classic film, plus brand-new show-stopping numbers for the stage.

3/16 - 4/14 The Drowsy Chaperone Plaza Theatre Company

The Drowsy Chaperone is presented at the Plaza Theatre Company.

3/23 - 3/25 Pop Goes the Rock by Cirque Dreams Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Pop Goes the Rock by Cirque Dreams is a rollercoaster ride of Twists, Turns and Wows! - a new musical of unexpected sights and sounds that explode on stage like a Rock n’ Roll party set in a carnival funhouse.

3/23 - 4/1 Tale of the West Texas Marsupial Girl Creative Arts Theatre & School

One day, somewhere in West Texas, a girl is born. She’s got beautiful toes, a beautiful nose, all her tiny fingers and all her tiny toes but, holy puppy on a peach tree, she is something else! Something a bit like a kangaroo!!

3/23 - 4/22 Tambourines To Glory

3/29 - 4/29 The Real Thing Stage West,

Playwright Henry and actress Annie have fallen in love - but is it the real thing? And what, exactly, is the Real Thing? “A funny, smart play, vibrating with contemporary concerns - art and life and sex and sacrifice and rock classics.”

Fall down the rabbit hole into Wonderland with Alice. Join Alice’s madcap adventures of chases with the White Rabbit, races the Dodo Bird, gets tied up with the Tweedles and beats the Queen of Hearts on the Queen’s own game.

2/3 First Fridays at the Modern: Kevin Townson Trio

3/30 - 4/22 Pete N’ Keely Theatre Arlington

Take a trip to 1968 as America’s sensational, singing sweethearts reunite for a live television performance of all of their hit songs!


Winter 2012

2/3 - 2/5 Cinderella

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Mary Poppins is bringing its own brand of Broadway magic to theaters across the country, which has Variety raving,

2/4 Liaisons: Re-Imagining Sondheim with Anthony de Mare, piano

Performing Arts Fort Worth

4/6 - 4/15 Little Women the Musical Denton Community Theatre

Louisa May Alcott’s beloved tale set to music, an old-fashioned appeal for all ages.

Van Cliburn Foundation,

For this landmark commissioning and concert project, 30 of the world’s foremost composers were enlisted to create short solo works based on the music of Stephen Sondheim.

2/4 Sara Hickman

Farr Best Theater,

An evening of music with Sara Hickman and her band at the Historic Farr Best Theater - an intimate, listening venue on Mansfield’s Main Street.

2/6 Love Bade Me Welcome

Schola Cantorum,

In February, Schola’s associate conductor, Nathan Frank, will lead a concert titled Love Bade Me Welcome featuring the 22 voices of the Schola Chamber Choir.

2/11 Jon Nakamatsu, pianist

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth

Dora and the rest of her friends embark on an exciting trip to Treasure Island.


The first Friday of each month, the Star-Telegram, the Modern, and Cafe Modern team up to bring you live music and cocktails in the Museum’s Grand Lobby.

The waltz-like rhythms of Prokofiev’s “Cinderella” are a highlight of this concert, which also features the lyrical revelry of Borodin’s Symphony No. 2.

Artisan Center Theater


Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth,

4/3 - 4/8 Mary Poppins

3/24 - 4/28 Dora The Explorer, Live! Dora’s Pirate Adventure

Director Dominic Cooke stages this furiously paced Shakespearean comedy in a contemporary world.

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

Acoustic performers Band of Heathens bring their music to McDavid Studio.

Casa Manana,

Spirited musical comedy follows the lives of two women who decide to open up a storefront gospel church in the heart of Harlem for two very different reasons and in the process they have a run in with the devil himself.

Amphibian Stage Productions

2/3 Band of Heathens

3/30 - 4/15 Alice in Wonderland Jr.

Jubilee Theatre

3/29 National Theatre Live: The Comedy of Error

As a 13-year-old girl from Garland, Texas, LeAnn Rimes wowed the nation with her hit single “Blue” and earned comparisons to the great Patsy Cline. Now Rimes brings that stunning voice to the symphony stage for one night only.

Performing Haydn, Shostakovich and Beethoven.

4/14 Grupo Pakal

2/11 Austin Lounge Lizards

Grupo Pakal, Mayan Performing Arts, proudly celebrates Mayan culture through ancient ceremonial dance rituals to traditional native music.

This avant-garde ensemble has been an integral part of Austin’s thriving music scene since 1980.

Artes de la Rosa

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

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2/11 Valentines Special

3/10 Imagination Movers

3/30 Lenten Concert: Healing Reflections

Professional musicians perform in a relaxed atmosphere with warmth and humor; piano, strings and vocalists.

Stars of their own self-titled Disney Junior TV show, the Imagination Movers play and write rock ’n roll children’s songs. The Emmy Award-winning Imagination Movers make a triumphant return to the Hall with two shows.

Project Eve brings their performing versatility to this Lenten Concert.

Timeless Concerts

2/11 Nick Kithas and Jazz Café

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

Kimbell Art Museum

Naida Cole plays Haydn, Brahms, and Chausson.

4/10 Ricky Nelson Remembered Performing Arts Fort Worth

2/12 Los Angeles Guitar Quartet

This is a unique multimedia entertainment event featuring Ricky Nelson’s hit songs (including “Hello Mary Lou”, “Travelin’ Man,” “Garden Party”) being performed by Ricky’s own twin sons, Matthew and Gunnar.

Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society

2/14 George Winston

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Grammy Award Winning Pianist George Winston grew up mainly in Montana, and also spent his later formative years in Mississippi and Florida.

3/31 Naida Cole, pianist

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth

Begin the second Saturday evening of most months with great jazz and a scrumptious cocktail (cash bar). These casual events feature the area’s coolest jazz aficionados, gallery tours, appetizers, and, of course, other art lovers.

The LAGQ is comprised of four uniquely accomplished musicians bringing a new energy to the concert stage with programs ranging from Bluegrass to Bach. LAGQ consistently play to sold-out houses world-wide.

Project Eve

3/10 Salim and Sulaiman Merchant

4/13 - 4/15 Violinist Will Hagen

Salim Merchant and Sulaiman Merchant perform at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie. Salim Merchant And Sulaiman Merchant are a musical duo of brothers, born and brought up in Bhuj, Kutch, India.

The late Romantic period is featured in Dvorak’s beloved Seventh Symphony.

Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

3/15 Xuefei Yang

Fort Worth Classic Guitar Society

Born in Beijing, now based in the UK, Xuefei Yang (Fei) is acclaimed as one of the world’s finest classical guitarists.

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

4/14 Zenph: Great Performances Live Again Van Cliburn Foundation

Zenph Innovation’s revolutionary technology collides with classical music for this one-of-a-kind concert

3/16 - 3/18 A Celtic Celebration Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Since its premiere, this showstopper has been a huge hit nationwide.

3/17 A Musical Journey through Baroque Europe-England 2/17 - 2/19 Wicked Divas Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

The music director of the New York Pops conducts a concert of diva showstoppers from Broadway, opera and popular music.

2/24 Johannes Moller Guitar Fort Worth

The Swedish guitarist and composer has captivated audiences throughout the world with charismatic and soulful performances.

2/25 Your Little Sweetheart Concert Texas Girls Choir

Come join the Texas Girls’ Choir for this evening of wonderful music.

2/27 Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center

Van Cliburn Foundation,

The world’s most prestigious chamber music repertory company comes to Fort Worth for a special concert exploring the folk music traditions of Eastern Europe.

2/28 The Chieftains

Performing Arts Fort Worth

Six-time Grammy winners and the unofficial ambassadors of Irish music, The Chieftains make their triumphant return to Bass Hall.

3/2 First Fridays at the Modern: Three If By Sea Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

3/2 - 3/4 Schumann Piano Concerto

Texas Camerata,

The vocal artistry of David Grogan, bass, and the choral group Project Eve are featured in this concert of music from the British Isles.

3/17 Texas Camerata featuring Project Eve Project Eve,

Texas Camerata and Project Eve join emsembles for this exciting performance.

3/19 The All New Original Tribute to The Blues Brothers

Performing Arts Fort Worth,

For one night only, the Blues Brothers moments and songs come to life in the All New Original Tribute to the Blues Brothers! Jake and Elwood Blues bring a humorous, swinging and lively show to Bass Hall, crooning the favorite songs with a few new twists, a few new moves and clean, freshly laundered suits.

3/20 Deborah Voigt, soprano with Brian Zeger, piano Van Cliburn Foundation

With a commanding stage presence and resplendent voice, Deborah Voigt has portrayed legendary operatic heroines on all of the world’s most important stages.

3/23 Isaac Bustos

Guitar Fort Worth

Classical Guitarist, Isaac Bustos has gained critical acclaim and is quickly becoming recognized as of the top guitarists of his generation.

3/8 - 3/9 Way Over In Beulah Land

Fort Worth Chapter of the American Guild of Organists

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Back by popular demand after their sold-out, one-night-only Christmas concert with the FWSO, the Canadian Tenors will hypnotize Pops subscribers with their magical voices and mesmerizing harmonies.

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Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Alisa Weilerstein joins the orchestra to perform Elgar’s deeply emotional Cello Concerto in E Minor.

Arlington Master Chorale

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

3/23 - 3/25 The FireBird

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

Mei-Ann Chen returns by popular demand, to lead one of Franck’s best-loved compositions, the Symphony in D Minor.

4/20 - 4/22 The Canadian Tenors

3/25 Cherubini Requiem for Orchestra and Choir

The Fort Worth Chapter of the Organist invite you to discover this deeply satisfying and unjustly neglected masterpiece for choir and orchestra.

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