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Violet Tendencies PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Duane
May 20, 2011 at 04:10 AM

A lovable fag hag enjoys the admiration of her gay friends but also wants true love. Her attempts lead to funny situations in this new Casper Andreas film.

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An Evening with Shirley MaClaine is Far Out Fun! PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
May 02, 2011 at 06:35 PM

Shirley MaClaine landed at Bass Hall this past weekend sharing with us family photo's, movie clips and  her  personal reflections on them.  Dressed in a fun red floral pantsuit with matching floor length jacket the Oscar Winning Actress spent more than two hours seated in front of the largest video screen I have ever seen and told stories to us as if we were looking at these photo's and clips in her living room.  Her conversational style made you feel as if you were sharing memories with an old friend.

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If You Don't Come to This Cabaret, You Are Missing Out!!! PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
May 01, 2011 at 04:31 PM

Cabaret is a Kander & Ebb musical based on a book written by Joe Masteroff. The 1966 Broadway production became a hit that spawned a 1972 film starring Liza Minelli in the role that won her the Oscar, and it has been revived many times.

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Beauty and the Beast is One Hell of A Show! PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
Apr 20, 2011 at 07:56 PM

OK, it is not a secret that I love going to Bass Hall in Fort Worth.  There is no one thing, it is a combination of so many.  The lively downtown, the amazing restaurants around the theater, the beautiful architecture of the hall, and people in Fort Worth dress to go to the theater (sadly that is no longer the case in Dallas).  But that is not why we are here.

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A Chorus Line is a Tour De Force PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
Mar 30, 2011 at 05:34 PM

I am always thrilled when we get to head to Fort Worth to see anything at Bass Hall. I have never been disappointed. I was a bit more excited than normal on this occasion, because as I was reminded daily in the week before the performance, I am the only gay person in my circle, or possible the greater Dallas area, to have never seen A Chorus Line.

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Who Knew Dividing the Estate Could be This Much Fun! PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
Mar 12, 2011 at 07:05 PM

I had great expectations when heading to the new and amazing Wyly Theater in Dallas' brand new Performing Arts Center Downtown. We were headed to see a play written by legendary American (Texan) playwright Horton Foote. Winner of two Academy Awards, an Emmy, the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the National Medal of Arts.

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So Many Men...So Little Time...The Ten Tenors at Bass Hall PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
Feb 23, 2011 at 06:49 PM

Where did all these tenor groups come from?  It all began in July of 1990 when José Carreras, Plácido Domingo and Luciano Pavarotti performed together as the finale at the World Cup.  The Three Tenors were born.  I am sure that no one could have imagined twenty years later we would have the Canadian Tenors, The Irish Tenors, Three Mo' Tenors, The Redneck Tenors, and the focus of this article Australia’s Ten Tenors.

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Don't Cry for Casa Manana...Evita is a Tour de Force PDF Print E-mail
Reviews By Scott
Feb 05, 2011 at 11:00 PM

Casa Manana is presenting Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webbers' Evita, the musical based on the life of First Lady Eva Peron, the second wife of Juan Peron, the President of Argentina.

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