Banner Photo by Loli Kantor.

42nd Season runs June 1, 2018 through October 28, 2018



Play 1 “The Great Mark Twain Shenanigan & Bewhiskered Ballet”


A Mustachioed Ode in Music, Dance and Pantomimic Tom Foolery.

Written and Directed by Johnny Simons (World Premiere)

June 1 - 17, Friday - Sunday
Showtime: 9 PM
Gates Open: 7 PM

3 Weekends - 9 performances

Dark Weekend - No performances June 22 - June 24


Play 2 “A Fragile Dance of Elders Into The Great Beyond”

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A Poetic Peek into the Souls of Ancient Ones Traveling Towards Their Journey’s End.

Written and Directed by Johnny Simons (World Premiere)

June 29 - July 22, Friday - Sunday
Showtime: 9 PM
Gates Open: 7 PM

4 Weekends - 12 performances


Dark Weekend, No performances July 27 - 29


Play 3 “Loop The Loop”

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The heyday and decay of a carnival and a mind. An island aglow. The marbles taken by the tide. A devised sound and image-based work for the stage.

By Lake Simons and John Dyer (World Premiere)

August 3 - August 26, Friday - Sunday
Showtime: 9 PM
Gates Open: 7 PM

4 Weekends - 12 performances


Dark Weekend, No performances August 31 - September 2


Play 4 “The Wind In The Willows” by Kenneth Grahame

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Tired of Spring cleaning, Mole ventures out of his burrow to the river bank where he befriends the resourceful Rat, and together they set off on an adventure and encounter the bad-tempered Badger, the troublesome Toad, and a host of cunning weasels.

Adapted and Directed by John Murphy (World Premiere)

September 7 - September 30, Friday - Sunday
Showtime: 8:15 PM
Gates Open: 7 PM

4 Weekends - 12 performances

Dark Weekend, No performances October 5 - 7


Play 5 “Thrive”

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“Thrive” focuses on one woman’s experience of being diagnosed and treated for breast cancer. Through music, dance, comedy, and theatrical fantasy, the audience learns that having cancer can be about savoring being alive rather than being ill. Life truly is grand.

Written by Ellen Mahoney Crouse with Choreography by Johnny Simons (World Premiere)

October 12 - 28, Friday - Sunday
Showtime: 8:15 PM
Gates Open: 7 PM

3 Weekends - 9 performances
   

End of Season Fundraiser

November 3 Saturday
6:00 PM - Midnight
  

We wish to acknowledge those who have donated to support our 42nd performance season.
Thank you for your continued support!

   

Kavin Allenson
All-Tex Supply, Inc.
AmazonSmile Foundation
Amon G. Carter Foundation
Ralph Archenhold
Jack Armstrong
Frieda Austin
Auto Tech Services, Inc.
Craig Backus
Tamela Bangs
Matt Barnes
Dr. Robert & Michele Bourdage
Elizabeth Bowie
Art & Lynda Brender
Roland Carson
Don Carter
Barry Cleveland
David Coffee
Julie Crawford
Ellen Mahoney Crouse
Gary Cunningham
Gale Cupp
Debbie Dacus
Allen Dean
Patricia Decoster
(In Memory of Rimy Decoster and In Honor of River Barley’s First Performance)
Fred Disney
Ted Dossey
Holly Ellman
Rima Fand
Dr. Scott Ferree & Loli Kantor
Jonathan Fielding
Brian Fitzmorris
Deborah Freed
C. Lee Gibson
JoAnn Gracey
Harry Hafele
Linda Hansen
Harrington Environmental Services
Rebo Hill
Reena Hill
Heather Hurd
Maggie Irwin
Thad Isbell
Jeremy Jackson
Thelma Jackson
Benton Jennings
Jinger Jones
Laura Jones
Clayton Landey
Linda Lee
Mandie Mackie

Maggie Mazzei
Laurie & Quentin McGown
Christine & Jason McMahon
Ronald E. Moore Foundation
Lauren Moreau
Cathy Morris
Diane Morris

National Endowment for the Arts
Anne Neighbors
Network for Good
Northwest Tarrant Chamber of Commerce
Joni Norton
Jon O’Harra
Dewey Oringderff
Bruce Payne
Gary Payne
James Peacock
Christopher Pelham
Drew Pendleton
Scott Phillips
Steve Ramey
Amy Rollins
Carole Sellers
Maggie Sherrod
Sid W. Richardson Foundation
Laurie Simmons
Johnny & Diane Simons
Lake Simons
Lorca Simons
David Smith
Jeff Stanfield
Carol Stanford
Linda Sullivan
Texas Commission on the Arts
Texas Instruments
The Tom Hudson Co.
D. Lee Thomas
Tolli Thomas
Kristi Ramos Toler
Elyse Tomlinson
Gracey Tune
Libby Villari
Carlela Vogel
Elise Walker
Rob Walker (
DFW Flooring Warehouse)
Thomas Walker
White Settlement Chamber of Commerce
Linda Whittington
Deborah Wood
Harris and Julie Worcester
David Yeakle
Holly Vincent
Marquette Vyce

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$15 Teachers
$15 Military
 $5 Students/Children


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