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Justin Lemieux, Sarah Rutan, Bob Hess, and Cara Serber look to walk out with some cash in Amphibian Stage Productions’ The Trap.

Wednesday 26 – Today is the last of the seminars being held at Mustang Creek Estates advising people on elder care, services, and information. The series closes out with Don Stockard of Volunteer for Texas Vets lecturing on the benefits that are available to elderly veterans and their spouses. The talk is at 6pm at House B, 1155 NW John Jones Dr, Burleson. Admission is free, though an RSVP is requested. Call 817-205-3772.

Thursday 27 – Where will you be in 2032? You may not know; we certainly don’t. However, works of public art tend to have pretty stable futures, which is why Fort Worth Public Art feels confident enough to give a presentation on its master plan for the city’s artworks for the next 15 years. You’re welcome to weigh in when the proceedings start at 6:30pm at Fort Worth Central Public Library, 500 W 3rd St, FW. Admission is free. Call 817-871-7701.

Friday 28 – One of the rising stars of theater is Kieran Lynn, the 31-year-old Liverpool native who saw his Crossing the Line staged at Amphibian Stage Productions. Now he’s come back to Fort Worth so Amphibian can put on the world premiere of his The Trap, a comedy about some disgruntled employees who decide to rob the payday loan company that they work for. The play runs today thru May 21 at 120 S Main St, FW. Tickets are $33. Call 817-923-3012.

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Saturday 29 – Hate getting dressed up to go to the opera? You don’t have to tonight, because Fort Worth Opera’s performance of Cruzar la Cara de la Luna will be simulcast in Sundance Square as part of the company’s Fiesta Fort Worth. The event also features performances by various ballet folklórico troupes and Guitar Fort Worth. The party starts at 5pm at 420 Main St, FW. Admission is free. Call 817-288-1214.

Sunday 30 – If you want to strain a friendship between co-workers, one effective way is to give one a promotion that the other one thinks he or she deserves. Add race into that equation and you’ve got the explosive situation in Rasheeda Speaking, Joel Drake Johnson’s psychological thriller  of which Circle Theatre is giving the regional premiere. The play runs Thu thru May 20 at 230 W 4th St, FW. Tickets are $15-38. Call 817-877-3040.

Monday 01 – Tonight at the Spectrum Chamber Music Series of Fort Worth, you can hear the music of J. Bach. Not Johann Sebastian, but Jan Bach, the 79-year-old American composer who specializes in writing for the French horn. His humorous, deceptively difficult Four 2-Bit Contraptions for a horn trio features here, along with string quartets by Shostakovich and Mozart. The performance is at 7pm at First United Methodist Church, 800 W 5th St, FW. Admission is free. Call 817-377-0688.

Tuesday 02 – Well, if VeggieTales could make a movie out of the story of Jonah, why not a theater troupe in Lancaster, Pa.? Sight & Sound Theatres has put on a musical-comedy version of the story in Jonah: On Stage!, and now you can see it by going to your local movie theater instead of all the way to Amish country. The show is broadcast at 7pm at various movie theaters; check Calendar for showtimes. Tickets are $12.50. Call 818-761-6100.

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