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Second Life’s a Stage

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Hare-y Ride

One of the craziest plays Fort Worth has ever seen took place last week. That’s when Amphibian Stage Productions put on White Rabbit Red...
Sherry Hopkins (top), Hannah McKinney, and Becca Shivers (bottom) star in Circle’s production of the 1944 British farce See How They Run.

More Funny Brits

Are Fort Worth audiences farced out? Apparently not, judging by the prolonged and hearty laughter that greeted a recent performance of Circle Theatre’s current...
Tenor David Portillo’s version of the classic “Ah! Mes amis” will knock your socks off.

Glory Denied, Daughter Roll

For this year’s requisite dose of comedy, Fort Worth Opera went with Donizetti’s The Daughter of the Regiment, a mid-19th-century bel canto piece about...

Summer Playbill

Whether you want to cackle with the kings (and queens) of comedy or weep with wunderkind actors, here’s how to take summertime in Cowtown...

Taking Wing

Many years ago, when Violet O'Valle was a drama teacher in Houston public schools, she discovered a collection of scripts by the great Irish...

Down Deep in the Hollow

What’s red, played, and broken? The answer to that riddle comes by way of a dozen enigmatic dialogues between two characters trapped in a mine...
Chuck Huber (left) and Carman Lacivita star in Amphibian Productions’ crisp production of The Understudy.

Amphibian Metamorphosis

The adjective “Kafkaesque” gets tossed around a lot, but rarely has it applied more literally than in The Understudy, Theresa Rebeck’s sly show business...

Glory Won’t Be Denied

For an opera company known for cultivating young talent and taking on newer, contemporary works (as well as re-envisioning classics), Fort Worth Opera has...

Hard-Earned

Judging by last Sunday's matinee at Theatre Arlington, the arc of the universe bends not just toward justice but also toward farce. What else...

Turn of the Screw

Playwright, screenwriter, and tv scribe Richard Dresser once told an interviewer, “I’ve had occasion to work at a series of jobs ranging from a...