Posts Tagged ‘theater’
Marissa McGowan (center) teaches kids their scales in The Sound of Music.

Night & Day

KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 17 It’s become a cliché: When autumn rolls around, the beer brewers are ready with a pumpkin ale (a peculiarly American style of beer, apparently). Still, the Visionary Tasting is different because it’s being spons...


Disney alum Anneliese van der Pol starred in Prism Theatric’s inaugural production, Thoroughly Modern Millie.

Prism Theatrics Arrives

Who says you can’t find Big Apple-type musicals in Fort Worth.
EDWARD BROWN
Matthew Blake Floyd’s professional journey has come full circle. After learning the ropes of musical theater as a student at Casa Mañana and eventually spending some time working in theater in New York City, he’s returned ...



Dana Schultes and Mark Shum’s initial blind date does not go well in Stage West’s Beyond Therapy. See Sunday.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 20 Continuing the welcome trend of classical music performances in nontraditional venues, Polly Maynard takes to Dan’s Silverleaf this evening for an evening of classical guitar. No word yet on which pieces of music s...


Mallory Harwell, Shae Goldston, Kayly Topper, and Carmen Scott go feline in Hip Pocket Theatre’s Nekkid With the Cats. See Friday.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 13 While the Modern is paying tribute to a master of animation in its Miyazaki festival, the same museum is paying attention to animation from all over the world through its annual Summer Flicks Series for children ages...



The cast of The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon: The Musical! includes Haltom High alumni and local drama teachers.

Mr. Zolidis’ Opus

The Brothers Grimm get the musical treatment by a Pulitzer-nominated playwright and former Haltom High teacher.
ROB PATTERSON
The way The Brothers Grimm Spectaculathon: The Musical! found its groove is something of a fairy tale. Originally written in 2007 by playwright Don Zolidis as a non-musical stage play for his Haltom High School and North Oak Mi...


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

Short Takes

BIG TICKET
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...



Jenny Tucker portrays the famous ecdysiast in Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s Gypsy. See Friday.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 30 Alan Ayckbourn’s farce A Small Family Business was written in 1987, and there’s some disagreement over whether its satire of Margaret Thatcher’s economic vision (family values and individual greed are both good...


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Hip Pocket Change

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Hip Pocket Theatre owners and operators Johnny and Diane Simons lived for years at a log cabin near Weatherford, making weekend commutes to West Fort Worth to oversee theater productions. Johnny cracked often that he rarely cro...



Agata Trzebuchowska ponders her future in the Catholic Church in Ida. See Friday.

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KRISTIAN LIN
WED ▪ 16 The Fort Worth Cats have now put some distance between themselves and the bottom two teams in the United Baseball League, but they still have some work to do if they want to catch first-place Rio Grande Valley and wh...


John Forkner, Scott Zenreich, Alexandra Lawrence, and Brandon Murphy star in the Phibs’ uproarious new play.

Smells Funny

A budding medieval plastic surgeon comes of age in Amphibian Stage Productions’ new comedy.
JIMMY FOWLER
“The nose is the seat of the face!” declares Ulrich (Brandon Murphy), a medieval master plastic surgeon from Vienna, to Gavin (Scott Zenreich), an orphan and surgeon-in-training. The eager young protégé wants to learn the...