In France you can commune with the angels at Chartres or mingle with the home folks at the American Church in Paris.
The Alley mourns the passing of Nina Vance; outlanders rustle a Texas-trained playwright; in Houston, Stages spends a Night on Bare Mountain and Hank Williams appears at the Tower.
John Huston makes the sinners and saviors of Flannery O’Connor’s fiction eerily real in Wise Blood; Little Miss Marker falls short; Nijinsky falls flat.
A Dallas composer is reviving medieval music in a modern context, while two new classical groups attempt a chamber music renaissance.
When the San Antonio Symphony fired its brilliant and popular young conductor, it produced a cacophony of artistic and political discord.
Comin’ in on a wing and a mare.
Plaguing the Panhandle; rebuking the Washington Post; slaughtering the Beeferendum; lusting after the Speakership.
Barrio blues, cable cares, coddied eggs.