Author: Andrew Marton
Andrew Marton covers all manner of cultural happenings, from fine and performing arts, to classical and pop music.
Whether it's the chill of a North Texan December, or the steam heat of a Fort Worth summer, it's always the season for comedy in the madcap vein of The Explorers Club . And no local theater feels more strongly about the welcome need for humor at any time of the year than Stage West , which is mounting
No cultural institution is more intimately familiar with how music and the holidays are bound at the festive hip than the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. And so, let's prance along in chronological order as one of Fort Worth's oldest and most esteemed cultural entitites serenades us through the
Posted On November 10, 2014 | Andrew Marton
Spanning the eras, aquatic themes have always held a special fascination to artists. And George Caleb Bingham is certainly no exception. In Navigating the West: George Caleb Bingham and the River , which runs through January 18, 2015 at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art , an invigorating focus is