Amphibian Stage Productions - Fort Worth Theatre

we are proud to announce that 2010 is Amphibian's 11th season!

Woman Before A Glass
by Lanie Robertson

February 8, Monday, 7PM

A room of One's OwnRebelling against her wealthy New York upbringing, indulging her uncanny eye for great art and artists, and becoming the enfant terrible of the modern art scene, Peggy Guggenheim lived a life almost too amazing to be believed. With humor, heartbreak, and grand hauteur, Woman Before a Glass offers the unforgettable story of a woman before her time.

In the auditorium of :
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St. - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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La Llorona
by Kathleen Anderson Culebro

March 4 - 21, Thursday through Saturday at 8PM and Sunday at 2PM.

A Buyer's MarketJeffrey loves his wife so much that he’s willing to do anything to make her happy. Irma loves her husband so much, she ignores the warnings of La Llorona, who tries to tell her that the things she’s doing to save her family may have dire consequences. A story of love, tradition, superstition, and cultural misunderstanding.

Sanders Theatre - Fort Worth Comunity Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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My Matisse
by Howard Ginsberg

April 26, Monday, 7PM

Gutenberg! The Musical!

Based on the life of Henri Matisse, Ginsberg’s play explores the artist’s complex relationships with the many women in his life. Touching, funny, and often heartbreaking, the story is told by the women who adored him.

In the auditorium of :
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St. - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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First Day of School
by Billy Aronson

July 8 - 25, Thursday through Saturday at 8PM and Sunday at 2PM.

Three Days of RainWhen a group of devoted parents decide to make their children’s first day of school a “first” of their own, they turn their quiet little lives upside-down and give a whole new meaning to the term “physical education.” This hilarious new comedy from Billy Aronson takes what may seem on the surface to be a “soccer-Mom sex farce,” and creates a satire of the spiritual poverty in our culture and our terror of true intimacy.

Sanders Theatre - Fort Worth Comunity Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Three Hotels
by Jon Robin Baitz

September 13, Monday, 7PM

Fully CommittedThis stunning piece revolves around a 1960’s American businessman and his wife who talk about his idealism, moral questionability, their marriage, and their murdered son. Marked by tragedy and unwavering ambition, Hoyle’s story will stir emotion in anyone who has ever sought the elusive American Dream.

In the auditorium of :
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St. - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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No Child...
by Nilaja Sun

November 04 - November 21, Thursday through Saturday at 8PM and Sunday at 2PM.

Gutenberg! The Musical!No Child… is a tour-de-force one-woman play filled with unforgettable characters struggling to make sense of their dire situations.  When a struggling actress gets a job teaching theatre to the students of Malcolm X High School in the Bronx she finds resistance, and support, in the unlikeliest of places.  An insightful, hilarious, and touching story set in a school where drug use, violence, and teen pregnancy are every-day occurrences, No Child… reminds us of the power of the arts to change lives in small yet powerful ways.

Sanders Theatre - Fort Worth Comunity Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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All This Intimacy
by Rajiv Joseph

December 6, Monday, 7PM

Fully CommittedTy Greene is a normal guy with three very big problems. In an unprecedented run of promiscuity, Ty has managed to impregnate three women in the span of one week: his ex-girlfriend, his 40-something married next-door neighbor, and his 18-year-old student. In this edgy comedy about how friendship and lust don’t mix, Ty must attempt to piece his life back together.

In the auditorium of :
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
3200 Darnell St. - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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