Artists. Designers. Actors. At the Creative Women’s Conference, the phrase echoed is: “Anything is possible.”
Artisan Children’s Theatre in Hurst opened its latest children’s show last weekend. Rapunzel! Rapunzel! A Very HairyFairy Tale visits an enchanted land with dragons, a handsome prince, an evil would-be queen, a really great hair stylist and that famous princess with the long, long, long hair.
Cherami Leigh stars as Anne Wells in Beyond the Farthest Star , an inspirational film with Christian themes. The 2013 film is scheduled for a single screening at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Cinemark Denton, 2825 Wind River Lane. The screening is contingent on the reservation of at least 76 tickets. To see the film — which is said to have inspired one of the last sketches Thomas Kinkade (“The Painter of Light”) produced before his sudden death in 2012 — reserve a $10 ticket by visiting http://gathr.us/screening/12628. The film is about the reconciliation between a teenage girl, Anne, and her pastor father. Rated PG-13, 113 minutes.
The man who carried a semiautomatic rifle to the Square on Monday has an digital footprint trailed by some unsettling crumbs. Stephen Passariello took a loaded AR-15 to the Square and confronted longtime local activist Willie Hudspeth as he protested the Denton County Confederate Soldiers Memorial.
Brock Besson can’t get enough of himself. Besson is the singular man in the one-man show I’m Always on My Mind. On Friday in Carrollton, Uppermost Entertainment opens the one-man musical about the handsome, charismatic and intelligent Besson — who is oblivious to his vanity.
Fear the man with “FEAR NO MAN” tattooed across his back. This is the nerve-jangling tattoo inked into Billy Hope’s skin, and it’s exactly how he fights in the ring. He’s a hungry pit bull who feeds off getting the pulp beat out of him before landing his final blow for a knockout victory.
Cinemark Denton continues its summer movie clubhouse — a series of daytime second-run family movies especially for young audiences. Tickets to each screening cost $1 per person. At 9:30 a.m. today, the cinema at Denton’s Unicorn Lake will roll the 2011 animated feature, Alvin & the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked . Alvin, Simon and Theodore set sail on a ocean cruise with their faithful human friend, Dave. But they accidentally go overboard and are marooned on a tropical island. Somehow, R&B pop music (Destiny’s Child, Willow Smith and Lady Gaga) reinterpreted in the helium-voiced medium of the chipmunks makes the predicament better. Rated G, 87 minutes. Up on July 29-30: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days .
Father Tim Farley (Jakie Cabe) is comfortably ensconced as priest of a prosperous Catholic congregation in the Circle Theatre’s staging of Mass Appeal, by playwright Bill C. Davis. The Fort Worth theater...