Amphibian Stage Productions - Fort Worth Theatre




"To paraphrase a noted playwright, Amphibian now has 'a stage for a kingdom, indeed, a most worthy scaffold to bring forth great objects.' This new home is a platform to expand the artistic excellence that has marked Amphibian's first thirteen years. It is the essential ingredient for arts that enrich our community-deep roots that allow generations to think, cry, and laugh at the wonder of live theatre in an intimate setting.

I don't know if the Bard's Globe Theatre was a catalyst for urban regeneration in its day, but as a bonus, Amphibian's new home will also help invigorate a neighborhood that is poised to capitalize on its location on the edge of downtown. Please join me in supporting Amphibian Stage Productions and the vital work that they do to nourish the culture of Fort Worth and North Texas."

Kevin Kline
Capital Campaign Chair

Kevin Kline

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A New Home for the 'Phibs

In 2010, 2011, and 2012, Amphibian Stage Productions topped the Star-Telegram's "Best of Theater" lists every year. Now, in 2013, this artistically bold company is proud to embark on the first full season in its new home.

Amphibian Stage Productions

120 South Main Street includes:

  • The Berlene T. and Jarrell R. Milburn Theatre
  • The Ann L. and Carol Greene Rhodes Charitable Trust Lobby
  • The Judith Elena Barbata Box Office
  • offices
  • dressing rooms
  • scene shop and storage
  • free parking

Already slated to be the next vibrant area – much like Magnolia and West Seventh Street – Amphibian is proud to be an important participant in the revitalization of the South Main corridor. 120 South Main Street is our permanent home where we can brand ourselves and grow our involvement in the community. It fits us perfectly!

The new space is already allowing us to expand our programming to include additional main stage productions and staged readings, as well as workshops and outreach programs. Our new home is rapidly becoming a cultural destination for artists, audiences, and members of the community to share in the creation of new and timeless works.

Amphibian Stage Productions purchased the property at 120 South Main Street in May of 2012 and opened the newly renovated space on October 20, 2012. Local architect Gregory S. Ibañez, FAIA, of Ibañez Architecture designed the new space and donated his services to the project. Fort Construction, Summit Consultants, and 2clighting also generously donated their services to the project. Amphibian was also thrilled to collaborate with Schuler Shook Theatre Planners, an internationally renowned theatrical consulting firm.

We're over 80% of the way through our Capital Campaign, but we still need your help!

Our building is a work in progress, and we still need the lighting, sound, and production equipment that will make ours a state-of-the-art theater and a desirable venue for event rentals.

Join our Capital Campaign today to become a part of Amphibian's history.


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Please call 817-923-3012 if you would like information on naming opportunities.