Posts Tagged ‘SceneShop’

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 2 - Based on Ludwig Bemelmans’ book, Artisan Children’s Theatre’s musical Madeline’s Christmas finds the Parisian schoolgirls struck down by the flu during the holidays, but leave it to Madeline to find the bright s...

Artisan Center Theater puts on Guys and Dolls thru Aug 29.

Night & Day

Kristian Lin
Wed 29 - Known for his prolific art career depicting Parisian nightlife stripped of its glamor, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec has no shortage of respect, but he’s not often considered within the greater arc of art history the way...

Michael Wittman performs in SceneShop’s J.O.B.

Short Takes

Early August is when SceneShop comes out of mothballs and puts on its annual production of short plays. This year’s collection takes work as its theme and is entitled J.O.B. Quite a variety of workplaces enter into the evenin...


SceneShop’s “J.O.B.” at A5A

A national polling organization just did one of those survey thingamajigs asking Americans if they were satisfied with their current jobs. Sadly, just like in polls past, very high numbers of people –– more than half ––...


Final Weekend for SceneShop’s “Real Men”

Tonight and tomorrow night (8pm August 9 & 10) are the final performances of SceneShop’s annual summer collection of comic and dramatic sketches and scenes at Arts Fifth Avenue (1628 5th Ave, FW). The 2013 edition of this...

“Lone Star Voices” at A5A

Jimmy Fowler
This Saturday (August 6) at 8pm, SceneShop will open its annual summer showcase of new short theatrical works by North Texas writers. Lone Star Voices features seven pieces – four monologues, three multi-character scenes – ...

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...

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...

SceneShop Honors Thurber

Jimmy Fowler
The humorist and cartoonist James Thurber (1894-1961) gets a very welcome appreciation as SceneShop presents two readings entitled “Men. Women. Dogs. A Thurber Celebration.” ‘Shopsters Natalie Gaupp, Melodee Halbach, Peg...