Amphibian Stage Productions - Fort Worth Theatre

we are proud to announce that 2011 is Amphibian's 12th season!

Inventing Van Gogh
by Steven Dietz

February 7, Monday, 7PM

Inventing Van GoghA self-portrait, painted just before the artist's death, has never been seen... until now.  Patrick Stone, a contemporary painter, is hired to forge this final masterpiece and finds himself squaring off, across the years, with Van Gogh himself.  The result is a compelling mystery about the obsession to create and the fine line that separates truth from myth.

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

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Animals Out of Paper
by Rajiv Joseph

March 11 - 27, Thursday through Saturday at 8PM and Sunday at 2PM.

Animals Out of Paper(Regional Premiere)
When a world-renowned origami artist opens her studio to a teenage prodigy and his schoolteacher, she finds that life and love can’t be neatly arranged in this drama about finding the perfect fold.

The Hardy and Betty Sanders Theater
Fort Worth Comunity Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Eyes Forward
by Philip Gerson

May 02, Monday, 7PM

Eyes Forward

A valuable painting stolen by the Nazis during WWII is the catalyst  for two love stories - seven decades apart - in this touching drama.  When Samuel takes his father Otto to Germany to claim a portrait of otto's mother, the young American finds himself unwillingly drawn to Wilda, the painting's current keeper.  Before he can recover the painting, however, he must uncover the mystery of its creation and its fall into enemy hands.

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

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Wittenberg
by David Davalos

July 7 - 24, Wednesday at 7:30PM, Thursday through Saturday at 8PM and
Sunday at 2PM.

Wittenberg

(Regional Premiere)
This smart, sprightly, and audacious battle of wits features
university colleagues Dr. Faustus (a man of appetites), Martin Luther (a man of faith), and their student Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark (a youth struggling not only with his beliefs but also with his tennis game).

The Hardy and Betty Sanders Theater
Fort Worth Comunity Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Vigil
by Morris Panych

September 21 - October 2, Wednesday at 7:30PM, Thursday through Saturday at 8PM
and Sunday at 2PM.

Vigil(Regional Premiere)
In this deliciously dark comedy a self-involved bachelor arrives to care for the dying aunt he hasn’t seen since childhood, only to find that she’s “not quite dead yet.” As her health improves against all odds – and against his hopes – their relationship evolves in unexpected ways.

The Hardy and Betty Sanders Theater
Fort Worth Comunity Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street - Fort Worth, TX 76107

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Treats
by Christopher Hampton

December 5, Monday, 7PM

Treats From the Academy Award-winning writer of Dangerous Liaisons comes a witty comedy about the choices we make when we’re in love. Dave, Ann, and Patrick struggle with each other and their foolish tendencies as they navigate the murky waters of sex, love, and loyalty.

In the auditorium of :


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

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for more information