Things to do February 25, Fort Worth
Forget the Ice. Forget the snow. These are places you want to go!
Will Rogers Memorial Center
Through February 28
The Patriot features Barrel Racing, Team Roping, Mounted Shooting, a Cowboy Auction-benefiting the Wounded Warrior Project, a Celebrity Mounted Shooting-with many well known heroes, a large Cowboy Trade show.
Come Sail Away
Billy Bob’s Texas
Saturday, February 28
The suburban Chicago basement band known as Styx became famous for its albums from the mid-1970s and early 1980s. They are best known for melding the style of pop rock with the power of hard-rock guitar, strong ballads and elements of international musical theater.
TCU Buschman Theatre
Through March 1
Brighton Beach Memoirs is a semi-autobiographical portrayal of growing up in a Jewish-American family in 1937 Brooklyn, told through the eyes of the 15-year-old Eugene. His witty commentary highlights his thoughts on girls, family, and the impending war. It is a coming-of-age story that depicts the overcoming of hard times and shows the importance of family.
Art is Life
The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass
Kimball Art Museum
Opens Sunday, March 1
The Collection of Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass is a selection of paintings and sculptures amassed by two pillars of Texas philanthropy and business. From this collection of Impressionist to post–World War II art, 37 works of painting and sculpture will be on view, including an impressive pair of paintings by Van Gogh—Street in Saintes-Maries-de-la-Mer, 1888, and Enclosed Field with Plowman, 1889—and a major still life by Picasso, Fruit Dish, Bottle, and Guitar, 1923.