Posts Tagged ‘Arts Fifth Avenue’

Plenty o’ Bard

Jimmy Fowler
This week’s “Stage” page features an interview with actress Trisha Miller, former Dallasite and current Portland, OR resident who’s been performing with TCU’s Trinity Shakespeare Festival since its inception in 2009. ...


School Shooting Play at A5A

Jimmy Fowler
This Friday and Saturday night (March 4 & 5) at 8pm, Arts Fifth Avenue will host a staged reading of Fort Worth playwright Steven Alan McGaw’s script landscape with stick figures. Originally written in 2000 as a one-act, ...



We Heart Jazz & Tap

Jimmy Fowler
Tomorrow night (Sat Feb 12) at 8pm, Arts Fifth Avenue will host a pre-Valentine’s weekend performance they’re calling “A Jazzy Valentine.” It’s part jazz concert and part tap dance revue featuring R&B musicians Br...


Performance Salon at A5A

Jimmy Fowler
This Sunday (Jan 16) 4-6pm, Arts Fifth Avenue hosts one of its terrific performance salons. They have invited a classically trained singer (Rachel Shirk); a performance poet (Tammy Melody Gomez); two modern dancers from Muscle ...



SceneShop Carries “A Fifth”

Jimmy Fowler
For some compelling thoughts on Christmas and adulthood, check out our interview with SceneShop’s Steven Alan McGaw in this week’s ”Stage” section. SceneShop’s annual holiday revue A Fifth of Christmas takes place 8pm...


Huckabee Screenwriting Workshop

Jimmy Fowler
Tom Huckabee, one of our fave area filmmakers (Carried Away), will conduct a screenwriting workshop for adults as part of Arts Fifth Avenue’s fall class schedule. The seven week workshop runs every Tuesday night 6:30-8:30pm O...



Happy Birthday, A5A

Jimmy Fowler
Tomorrow (Saturday Sept 11) Arts Fifth Avenue will celebrate nine years of greatness as a community arts center/neighborhood performance venue/jazz joint/place to learn to tap dance and drum. From 2-6pm, free intro classes to t...


SceneShop Grows Up

Jimmy Fowler
This is the second and final weekend of SceneShop’s August collection of short, original theatrical works called All Grown Up: Choices, Loss, Lust, Regret, Sadness, Surprise, and Vodka. (Whew!) Natalie Gaupp’s “A Box of V...