A McKinney man wants to see William Travis singing and dancing his way across the Alamo Plaza.
The original Tex-Mex staple dates back further than most historians realize.
“Texas Rising” might even be good.
If the death of a horse is the most touching scene in this production, what does that say about it?
Usually the devil is in the details, but with “Texas Rising,” the broad brush strokes are more troubling.
If you don’t think about it too hard, Texas Rising is pretty enjoyable to watch.
Texas Rising has taken historic liberties that have undermined rather than enhanced the narrative momentum of the story.
Don’t invite a history buff to your "Texas Rising" viewing party.
Turns out the charming town of Gonzales is just as spirited as when it launched the Texas Revolution.