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Marty Martin, Marty Martin

A young Austin playwright is making a name for himself by
writing plays about famous people.

Marty Martin, Marty Martin

A young Austin playwright is making a name for himself by
writing plays about famous people.

Going for Baroque

Dallas Civic Opera lured audiences back to the eighteenth
century with its American premiere of Vivaldi’s
Orlando Furioso.

Going for Baroque

Dallas Civic Opera lured audiences back to the eighteenth
century with its American premiere of Vivaldi’s
Orlando Furioso.

High Texana

Alan’s Texas Cafe in Austin is good eats with Alan; Don’s in Houston has Cajun food worth ragin’ about.

High Texana

Alan’s Texas Cafe in Austin is good eats with Alan; Don’s in Houston has Cajun food worth ragin’ about.

The Charge of the Light Brigade

Lighting a stage for an operatic performance isn’t
just a matter of flipping a switch.

Home, Bittersweet Home

An Alley Theatre world premiere, To Grandmother’s House We Go was a play about family foibles that really hit home.

Tidings of Comfort and Joy

These recordings of Christmas carols and cantatas will help ye rest merry.

Cowboys and India

Beef is king at Cattlemen’s in Fort Worth; food fit for a rajah is yours at Houston’s Taj Mahal.

Man on Bass

A double basist leads a singular life.

Bordeauex Patrol

A loaf of bread, a glass of wine, and though hast a wine bar.

A Fan’s Notes

Arnold Shoenberg is the century’s most maligned composer, but to know him is to love him.

Shock Tactics

Houston’s Equinox Theatre has fine actors and directors, but its raunchy sex and violence can make you squirm. The nineteenth-century Granbury Opera House is a fetching setting for Texas Meg.

Bring Home the Bach

Mozart and Beethoven made an appearance, but Johann Sebastian was the guest of honor at Victoria’s annual Bach Festival.

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