Theatre Wesleyan Presenting – Playmarket: Premiere Productions of Original Plays

Theatre Wesleyan Presenting – Playmarket: Premiere Productions of Original Plays

Theatre Wesleyan has announced the continuation of its long-running Playmarket program with the premiere of four original short plays. Playmarket: Premiere Productions of Original Plays will be presented at the Thad Smotherman Theatre at Texas Wesleyan University (1205 Binkley Street, 76105) for one weekend only from Thursday, September 28 through Sunday, October 1.

Playmarket: Premiere Productions will include, in alphabetical order:

  • • The Death of Seneca by Jonathan Burt ’23
  • • Dime Store Dinos by Parker County Theatre Company executive producer Lori Coughlin ’21
  • • The Ramifications of a Changed Man by Alexandra Flurry-Powell ’19
  • • Somewhere Between Floors by Lily Seavey ’23

The plays, written by Texas Wesleyan University theatre department graduates, will be presented as a single evening of theatre with an intermission after the first two plays; run time is to be determined.

Professor of Theatre Connie Whitt-Lambert, who established Playmarket in 1996 with the mission to develop and showcase original works, will direct. The cast, design team, and crew will include Texas Wesleyan theatre majors and minors pursuing Bachelor or Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees, as well as alumni.

The production team includes Madison Whitney (stage manager), Colin Schwartz (technical director), Jennye James (scenic design coordinator), Zachary Gafford (lighting design coordinator), Ray Zafra (sound design), and lighting designers Trinity Chenault, Chad Rojas, and Nicole Ellis. Costumes will be designed by Abigale Hunt in collaboration with students from the Costume Design course, and props will be designed by students in the Properties Design course. Department Chair Joe Allen Brown serves as producer.


The Death of Seneca: This fact-inspired historical farce revolves around the dilemma of ancient Roman philosopher and playwright Lucius Annaeus Seneca the Younger (Henry Bates) when the Emperor Nero (Jaalen Williams) orders him to commit “a noble death to glorify Rome”. Seneca’s obsession with completing a new play, the lack of a good weapon, and his acting-obsessed servant’s frantic antics to save Seneca from the mercurial whims of an out-of-control ruler all create a sharp & witty look at this historic event. The cast also Page 2 of 2

includes Sadie Kuhn (Dramatis Personae), Ethan Brandt (Varus Silius), Abigale Hunt (Pompeia Paulina), Hayden Kirkbride (Varus Sirius), and Ian Kooistra (Marius Marius Marius). Dime Store Dinos: After being lost in the parking lot of a Mott’s Five and Dime, five small plastic dinosaurs prove they have what it takes to overcome adversity and find a way home. The cast includes John “Jack” O’Neil (Ted), Jackson Loya (Steggy), Abigaile Webb (Tracey), Douglas Fournier (Bruce), Grace Philipbar (Reggie), and Sharon Marie-Fron (Voice of Mom). An ensemble of Terror Grackles includes Roman Posner, Lillie Galvan, Oscar Cruz, and Hilary Colina. Jack Salvo House and K.J. Felder will provide voiceovers. The Ramifications of a Changed Man: Set in the early 1800’s, Braun (Chase Di Iulio) travels by horse-drawn carriage on his trading route. On his lonely path through the vast and desolate expanse of New Mexico desert, he happens upon a woman, Christina (Peri Zachmeyer), who is barefoot, delirious, and very alone. After convincing her to share his rations, he listens to her frightening story of rejection. After traumatic life-or-death conversations arise, Braun decides to shed his darkest and saddest secrets for the emptiness of the landscape to hear. Will Christina find the courage to listen? Somewhere Between Floors: What happens when two former fiancés (played by Nicole Davis and Nicholas Keel) find themselves stuck together in a broken elevator that might fall at any moment? After attempting to ignore each other they eventually begin to throw verbal jabs and rehash their life together. This ten-minute play takes us through their 9-year relationship, including the night that led to their breakup. Will they work it out before the elevator falls or will their agitated arguing bring about a more permanent end to their engagement?


Thursday, September 28, 2023 at 7:30pm

Friday, September 29, 2023 at 7:30pm

Saturday, September 30, 2023 at 7:30pm

Sunday, October 1, 2023 at 2:00pm Matinee


Tickets are $5.00 and available online at or by calling (817) 531-4211. Tickets will also be available at the door in-person beginning one hour before each performance. Free tickets for Texas Wesleyan University students, provided by the Student Government Association, will not be available for Playmarket.

All plans and information are subject to change, and announcements will be made in the event of adjustments. Please check the Theatre Wesleyan Facebook for the most up-to-date details. Audience members who purchase their tickets in advance will receive any updates at the email address they provide upon checkout.

If you have questions, please contact the Theatre Wesleyan office at (817) 531-5867.

TBT Announces Live Orchestration For Dracula

TBT Announces Live Orchestration For Dracula

Texas Ballet Theater Announces Live Orchestration For Select Dracula Performances

Texas Ballet Theater is pleased to announce that its upcoming productions of ‘Dracula’ in Dallas will feature accompaniment by the Dallas Opera Orchestra. This collaboration is made possible by an anonymous donor. Performances are running September 15-17, 2023, at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House.

Michael Moricz will conduct the orchestra for four performances of the audience-favorite ballet, last performed by the nonprofit ballet company in 2015. The two organizations hope the fusion of ballet and live music will take Dracula to new heights.

“As the Artistic Director of Texas Ballet Theater, I am delighted to announce our collaboration with the Dallas Opera Orchestra for ‘Dracula’ in Dallas.” Said Tim O’Keefe, Artistic Director of Texas Ballet Theater. “This remarkable partnership combines the artistry of exceptional dancers with live orchestration, promising an enchanting experience for the audience. Additionally, I am excited to welcome back Michael Moricz as our guest conductor, and I look forward to the artistic synergy that he brings to this production.”

Welcoming the collaboration, Ian Derrer, The Kern Wildenthal General Director and CEO of The Dallas Opera, stated, “We are thrilled to partner with Texas Ballet Theater for their production of Dracula in Dallas. This natural and proven collaboration of renowned choreography with live orchestral accompaniment will greatly enhance the audience experience. We look forward to sharing the power of the performing arts and enriching the cultural landscape of North Texas.”

Dracula is suitable for mature audiences. Individual tickets range from $20 to $125. Patrons can purchase tickets online at or by contacting the Box Office at 877-828-9200 option 1.

Stage West 2023-2024 Season

Stage West 2023-2024 Season


Stage West is excited to announce the lineup for its 45th season!   The new season will feature six shows, one of which will be a co-production. Four will be presented in the Evelyn Wheeler Swenson Theatre (“The Evie”), with two in the Jerry Russell Theatre.. It’s a unique mix of 1 musical and 5 plays, which range from an intriguing drama to a delight-inducing comedy-mystery to a much-loved classic.  Here’s the lineup:


Once Upon a Mattress

Music by Mary Rodgers, Lyrics by Marshall Barer

Swenson Theatre

Book by Jay Thompson, Dean Fuller, and Marshall Barer

October 19 – November 5, 2023

A co-production with Theatre TCU

By royal decree of the Queen, all princesses must pass a series of tests if they want to marry the hapless Prince. Even worse, throughout the kingdom no one may wed until the Prince finds a worthy wife! Many have tried, all have failed, and the Queen plans to keep it that way. But when a bold and undeniably charming new princess makes a splash at court, it seems the Queen has finally met her match. Music and mischief reign in a tale where happily ever after has never been more ap-PEA-ling.

“As fresh, inventive, and funny as ever…with wit and sophistication, and more important, human feeling” –New York Daily News


Poor Clare

by Chiara Atik

Regional Premiere – Russell Theatre

November 30 – December 17, 2023

2022 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Finalist

Meet Clare – a stylish teen living in medieval Italy, trying out the newest hairstyles, and keeping up with the latest fashions and juicy town gossip. But everything changes when she meets a man named Francis who has started ranting in the streets. Her mother, sister, and maids don’t understand it, but this man’s ideas are, like, totally starting to make sense – and now she can’t unsee the world he has shown her. The surprising story of Saint Clare of Assisi comes to vivid life in this modern parable of generosity, perfect for the holiday season.

“A powerful and very funny modern spin on the medieval story of Saint Clare of Assisi” – The Hollywood Times

Marjorie Prime 

by Jordan Harrison

Regional Premiere – Swenson Theatre

January 18 – February 11, 2024 

2015 Pulitzer Prize Finalist

In the near future, Marjorie and her daughter are worried that her memory may be fading. That is, until the appearance of Walter, a mysterious and charming young visitor who arrives to help Marjorie uncover the intricacies of her own past. But a secret truth is about to blur the lines between human and machine. In this richly spare, wondrous new play, profound questions emerge about the limits of technology and whether or not memory is an exclusively human invention.

“Elegant, thoughtful and quietly unsettling … keeps developing in your head, like a photographic negative, long after you have seen it” – The New York Times


POTUS: or, Behind Every Great Dumbass Are Seven Women Trying to Keep Him Alive. 

by Selina Fillinger

Regional Premiere – Swenson Theatre

March 7 – 24, 2024 

2019 Kilroys List

It all starts with a little four-letter word that the President blurts out – and what starts as a PR nightmare, turns into a complete global crisis! The seven brilliant and beleaguered women upon whom he most relies risk life, liberty, and the pursuit of sanity to keep things under control. It’s a total rollercoaster ride as Capitol Hill turns upside down in this riotous comedy. Get ready to laugh your stars and stripes off and root for the powerful women running the free world!

“A broad, zany, old-school comedy” – TimeOut NY

Sherlock Holmes and the Adventure of the Elusive Ear Regional Premiere

by David MacGregor

Regional Premiere – Russell Theatre

June 6 – 23, 2024

The as-yet-undiscovered genius, Vincent Van Gogh, presents a most peculiar case to noted detective Sherlock Holmes, his partner Dr. Watson, and his paramour Irene Adler. The trio embark on a rousing caper and find themselves confronting the daughter of Professor Moriarty. With a helping hand from Oscar Wilde, the world’s greatest detective attempts to uncover a Post-Impressionist conspiracy. This zany mystery adventure is the opening gambit in a Baker Street trilogy. The game is afoot!

“An expertly crafted, utterly intelligent, and yet purely delightful escape…thoughtful, artful entertainment full of imagination and intrigue” – Encore Michigan


The Importance of Being Earnest

by Oscar Wilde

Swenson Theatre

September 5 – 22, 2024

So, there are these two rich and eligible English bachelors. Both are pretending to be a man named Ernest, because they are trying to woo these two ladies who have decided they are all about that name. But when their romantic schemes collide, the whole charade unravels in a whirlwind of wacky surprises and dazzling wit. This classic comedy of courtship and manners is a masterpiece of social satire for all who appreciate the humbling folly of falling in love.

“One of the funniest and most beautifully crafted comedies” – The Times UK

Season tickets are on sale now, and will include, the Premium Season Ticket (which  includes several great additional perks) at $339 each, and the Standard Season Ticket at $219 each. 

For more information, call Stage West at (817) 784-9378.  Tickets and information will also be available online at

Hip Pocket Theatre 47th Season is Opening Soon!

Hip Pocket Theatre 47th Season is Opening Soon!

Hip Pocket Theatre’s 47th season will open a little earlier than usual to take advantage of [hopefully!] cooler weather, kicking off May 19. The season of six shows runs most weekends through Oct. 29 at its outdoor amphitheatre under the Texas stars, 1950 Silver Creek Dr. in Fort Worth. Performances are Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings at 9 p.m. for May through August, and 8:15 p.m. for September and October productions. Hip Passes are on sale now through June 11, and may be purchased for either five or 10 performances at the Hip Pocket Box Office. Single tickets also are available. 

Hip Pocket’s Regular Season

Riders of the Purple Sage (May 19-June 11)

Johnny Simons and James Maynard adapted Zane Grey’s original story, which was last seen at Hip Pocket in 1996, with two previous productions. Action! Adventure! Romance in the wide open spaces! It’s a classic Western of the silent film era, about Lassiter, an avenging gunslinger in black, Jane Withersteen, a plucky and determined cattle rancher and the dastardly forces that separate them. JoAnn Gracey will direct, with music, lyrics and music direction by Joe Rogers.

El Maleficio De La Mariposa; The Butterfly’s Evil Spell (June 23-July 16)

The play was written by Federico Garcia Lorca, and was last produced at Hip Pocket in 2011. Lorca’s poetic world of beetles, fireflies and other magical creatures is disrupted when a hypnotic, wounded butterfly enters their dewdrop paradise. Boybeetle is cast under the spell of love, and Scorpy is sure to shake things up in this timeless tale of longing and beauty. Yvonne Duque-Guerrero will direct, with music composed and performed live by Darrin Kobetich.


White Elephant (July 28-Aug. 20)

White Elephant was first produced in New York City by La Mama ETC in 2009, receiving two grants from the Jim Henson Foundation, with a reprisal on the Hip Pocket stage with the original New York cast. A reimagining of the original production, it is a meditation on transition, memory and release. The show is presented as a series of poetic vignettes about animals, people and objects that transform from one plane to another. Their stories come to life through puppetry, mask, movement, film and live music. White Elephant was co-written & directed by Lake Simons and John Dyer, with music composed and performed live by Dyer and choreographed and designed by Simons. 


Testing Ground 3+3 (Sept. 1-3)

Hip Pocket will return to its roots in experimental theatre by producing a festival of three new works by Rob Bosquez, JoAnn Gracey and Shelby Griffin. Stay tuned for more information.


Old And In The Way (Sept. 15-17)

Once upon a time three friends got the crazy idea of starting their own theatre. They had grown weary working with the restrictions of so called “professional theatre”. So they burned their equity cards and set out to create a place for original work in a rough- hewn, handmade space reflecting their hearts desires. Cash for this adventure began with $300 pulled from their hip pockets. These three were immediately blessed to have many talented folk flock to the fun and freedom of expression. Ticket prices were set at $2.50. This presentation is a nostalgic look back to the early days of a youthful dream, brought to life by the elders of our little tribe wrangled together by Doug Balentine, Diane Simons and Molemo! Molemo! is now one of the last living members of the original tribe and this presentation is meant to be a tender remembrance of the past and a tragi-comedic look at the last days of an old elderly hippy. This play is not for children. (Note: Tickets for this production only are set at $2.50 each!)


The Fly (Oct. 6-29)

James Clavell wrote the screenplay for this special Halloween production, which has been adapted by Shawn Gann. Gann also will direct, with music by Joe Rogers. “Terrifying! Nerve Shattering! Bloodcurdling!” Science played with The Atom and a MONSTER has emerged from the disastrous experiment! Combine your molecules with Hip Pocket Theatre as we use music, practical effects and whimsy to bring you The Fly! “If she looked upon the horror her husband had become… she would scream for the rest of her life!”

Hip Passes for five or 10 admissions are available now. Five-show passes are $85 and 10-show passes are $150 for adults, with reduced prices for seniors, military, teachers, students and children 12 and under. Hip Passes will only be available through June 11, so get your passes now and save money!

Single tickets are now available. Adult tickets are $25 on Fridays and Saturdays and $20 on Sundays, with reduced prices for seniors, military, teachers, students and children 12 and under. Tickets are available online on the Hip Pocket website. Performances are at 9 p.m. May through August and at 8:15 p.m. September and October. There is no late seating.  

The Hip Café in The BackYard opens at 7 p.m. and offers beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks for purchase before and after the show and during intermission for shows performed with two acts. No outside food or beverages are permitted. Live music will be performed in The BackYard before and after the shows, starting at 7:45 p.m. May through August, and at 7 p.m. September and October.


Special Events

In addition to the season of musicals and plays produced by Hip Pocket, two additional offerings are planned. These do not fall within Hip Pocket’s regular season and are not covered with a Hip Pass.

Theatre/Movement Workshop

ROUGH MAGIC: LIVE WIRE with Lorca Simons (May 20-21)

This dynamic ritual theatre lab will be produced by Ecstatic Dance Dallas. The workshop will be held at Hip Pocket Theatre during the day on May 20 and 21. In response to Gabrielle Roth’s investigation into what it means to be an authentic human being, Lorca Simons is dedicated to the creation of physical theatre that is both interactive and transformative. Offering labs rooted in a visionary and rigorous technique for people to become true “athletes of the heart,” Live Wire ritual theatre expands the imagination through curiosity, breath, physical gesture and space. Performance art in the raw, rooted in the real. Registration and more information are available at Ecstatic Dance Dallas.


Special One-Night Only Performance

A Night of Grief & Mystery, World Tour (July 12 at Hip Pocket Theatre)

Stephen Jenkinson and Gregory Hoskins

A Night of Grief & Mystery combines stories and observations by author/culture activist Stephen Jenkinson, drawn from his decades of work in palliative care, with original songs/sonics by recording artist Gregory Hoskins. These two Canadian artists have been exploring the intersection of their work for eight years, across three continents, in three recordings and two short films. They come to the road now in 2023 as they did in the beginning: the two of them, a singer and a storyteller, out into the mystery days. Tickets and more information are available on the Nights of Grief & Mystery website.

FWMSH Announces New Omni Theater

FWMSH Announces New Omni Theater

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Announces the New Jane & John Justin Foundation Omni Theater

The World’s First LED Digital Dome of Its Size in a Museum

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History announces the brand new “Jane & John Justin Foundation Omni Theater.” The full-scale renovation project will provide the theater with an ADA-accessible space, a new lobby and a completely digitized 8K LED viewing experience, powered by Cosm Technology. Byrne Construction Services, the builders for the original Omni IMAX Theater, have been selected as the General Contractor for the project with Bennett Partners providing the architectural design services in support of the Omni Theater renovation.

Opened in 1983, the Omni Theater has long been a pillar of the Fort Worth Museum, utilizing its IMAX projection technology to serve and entice over 10 million visitors. Guests of the museum theater were taken on a “Fort Worth Flyover,” exploring the world around them through events, documentaries, and blockbuster films.

“The Omni Theater is an integral part of the history of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. We are excited to bring extraordinary learning to life through the installation of a brand-new, next generation digital 8K LED dome together with a much-needed modernization of our theater thereby delivering a complete transformation of the guest experience,” says Orlando Carvalho, president of the museum. “For so many, the Omni Theater is synonymous with nostalgia, community, wonder and fun. This renovation will bring all of those emotions to our future guests and continue the Museum’s tradition of interpreting the science and the stories of Texas and the Southwest.” 

With this renovation, a new generation of Omni-goers can view transformational content in a completely digital LED dome with 8K resolution. The Omni Theater, powered by Cosm Technology, will be the world’s first LED digital dome of its size in a museum, positioning the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History as a world leader in the application of state-of-the-art visual technology. Using Cosm’s technology, the Jane & John Justin Foundation Omni Theater can produce completely immersive multi-video presentations, corporate events, product launches, experiential fundraisers, and more for a best-in-class viewing experience that stimulates audience engagement. 

“I have fond memories of visiting the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History as a child and will never forget visiting the Omni for the first time,” said Jeb Terry, CEO and President at Cosm. “I am honored to partner with them now to help inspire and entertain guests for decades to come. Cosm’s technology and content capabilities will empower the Museum to deliver next-level experiences, and I look forward to seeing how the new Omni Theater leaves museum-goers in complete wonder and awe — just as it did for me years ago.” 

With a 75-year history building the largest and most prestigious planetariums and science centers worldwide, Cosm’s category-defining technology, owned media, and immersive entertainment solutions seamlessly bridge the virtual and physical worlds, transporting audiences anywhere real or imagined within a physical and social environment. 

Funding for the Jane & John Justin Foundation Omni Theater project comes from: The Amon Carter Foundation, The City of Fort Worth, The Jane & John Justin Foundation, Leo Potishman Trust, Tarrant County, The Burnett Foundation, William F. Scott Foundation, The Paul E. Andrews Foundation, and The Ryan Foundation.  

Renovations for the Omni Theater will be approximately a 16-month process beginning in May with a focus on the interior footprint of the building, including major updates to the lobby making it one level for ADA accessibility. A larger, more easily accessible entry will welcome guests into the new venue. The theater will receive a complete refresh with updated, more comfortable seating. Renderings of the project can be found here. For more information about the Jane & John Justin Foundation Omni Theater, please visit

About Cosm 

Cosm is the leading experiential media and immersive technology company redefining the way the world experiences content. With acclaimed history of developing some of the most innovative experiential technology in the world, Cosm powers sensorial experiences for every type of fan, from sports and entertainment to science, immersive art and education; this includes the world’s largest and most advanced planetariums, giant screens, museums, and theme park attractions. Cosm is also recognized for its immersive production and software development prowess, producing the world’s largest events with industry leading resolution and distribution methodology. Its immersive venues bridge the virtual and physical worlds through pioneered technology that expands the realm of what’s possible, connecting people and bringing them together in, what is called, Shared Reality. As the company continues to expand to new cities and countries, Cosm is sparking shared passions and providing guests across the globe with experiences they need to feel to believe. To learn more, visit and follow on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and TikTok

About the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History 

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History was established in 1941, is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and is an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institute. Anchored by its rich collections, the Museum is dedicated to lifelong learning. It engages guests through creative, vibrant programs and exhibits interpreting science and the history of Texas and the Southwest. For more information, visit or follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, and TikTok.

Texas Ballet Theater 23-24 Season

Texas Ballet Theater 23-24 Season

Dracula, Balanchine Return in Texas Ballet Theater’s 2023-2024 Season

Texas Ballet Theater logo

Leadership of Texas Ballet Theater (TBT) announced the nonprofit ballet company’s upcoming 2023-2024 season Tuesday night during a season celebration event at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science.

Dracula, an audience favorite last performed by TBT in 2015, will open the season with performances September 15-17, 2023, at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House in Dallas and October 6-8, 2023, at Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth. TBT Artistic Director Laureate Ben Stevenson, O.B.E., choreographed the ballet in 1997. The first production featured TBT’s Acting Artistic Director, Tim O’Keefe, in the titular role. 

“Having the opportunity to present Dracula is a full circle moment for TBT,” O’Keefe said. “Many of our artistic and production staff worked on the world premiere 25 years ago, myself included. I’m looking forward to working on this ballet with Ben [Stevenson] again and sharing it with our audiences, who have been eager to see it again.”

TBT will stage its annual production of Stevenson’s The Nutcracker for the holiday season. The company will perform the family-friendly ballet November 24 – December 3, 2023 at Winspear Opera House and December 8-24 at Bass Performance Hall.

The company will return to the stage after the holidays with Brilliants, a mixed repertoire production featuring four shorter ballets in one program. The featured ballets are Rubies, choreographed by George Balanchine; Grand Pas Classique, choreographed by Victor Gsovsky; Le Corsaire Pas de Deux, choreographed by Rudolf Nureyev and Without Borders, choreographed by Val Caniparoli and originally created on the company in 2016.

Brilliants will run February 23-25, 2024, at Bass Performance Hall and March 1-3, 2024, at the AT&T Performing Arts Center Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre.

Beauty and the Beast, choreographed by Lew Christensen, will end the season with performances May 3-5, 2024, at Winspear Opera House and May 17-19, 2024, at Bass Performance Hall.

Season packages start at $48. Patrons can purchase a package online at or by contacting the Box Office at 877-828-9200 option 1.




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