Posts Tagged ‘Circle Theatre’

Circle’s New Website

Jimmy Fowler
Circle Theatre is, of course, already one of the top purveyors of live theater in North Texas. Now they’re preparing to step up their online presence with a new website launching next month. They’re currently working with t...


Becky’s Naughty “New Car”

Jimmy Fowler
This week’s “Stage” page has a review of Circle Theatre’s sometimes melancholy, sometimes zany comedy of infidelity Becky’s New Car, which has just one weekend of performances left. I thought the cast was uniformly su...



High School Playwrights

Jimmy Fowler
This Sunday (May 15) at 3pm, Circle Theatre and Fort Worth Theatre will co-host the High School Playwriting Project 2011. The afternoon will feature staged readings of four selected scripts by Tarrant County teen playwrights. R...


Swingin’ It, Sixties-Style!

Jimmy Fowler
This week’s “Stage” page features an interview with director Robin Armstrong, who helmed Circle Theatre’s current production of Marc Camoletti’s 1962 sex farce Boeing-Boeing. (Don’t know about you, but I can say tha...



Circle Seeks Actors, Info

Jimmy Fowler
Circle Theatre will hold general auditions in early March for actors seeking roles in its upcoming 2011 productions. Right now, the company wants to build up a data base of e-dress info for actors, theater artists, audiences, ...


Circle, ‘Phibs Shows to Close

Jimmy Fowler
This will be your last weekend to catch shows by two top Fort Worth theater companies before the productions close. Interestingly, they both deal with the craziness of contemporary education, though from very different angles. ...



Walt Disney: Big Jerk or Super Big Jerk?

Jimmy Fowler
Starting tonight, Circle Theatre will present the final weekend of its engrossing Southwest premiere Something Intangible, and as this week’s ”Stage” review indicates, Bruce Graham’s script depicts a thinly veiled Walt ...


High School Playwrights Honored

Jimmy Fowler
Attention, high school creative writing teachers: Do you have a student who makes mysterious classroom comments like “actors are exhausting” and “the fourth wall is not sacred?” If so, you may have a budding playwright ...



White Trash Beautiful

Jimmy Fowler
As this week’s ”Stage” review indicates, Circle Theatre’s The Great American Trailer Park Musical is a rude, crude, but extremely well-performed valentine to that last American class it’s permissible to pick on – so...


Arts Lovers

Jimmy Fowler
A major theme in Circle Theatre’s current production of Michael Hollinger’s “Opus” – to be reviewed next week – is how romance can fuel, frustrate, and fuck up artistic creativity. In a much lighter and more frivolo...