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3101 West Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107

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3101 West Lancaster Avenue, Fort Worth, TX 76107

Year opened: 1936
Capacity: 1805

Upcoming Highlights

  • Big Fish - The Musical

    Opens Aug 07

  • Fiddler on the Roof

    Opens Sep 26

  • On Golden Pond

    Opens Nov 07

  • Frosty The Snowman

    Opens Nov 27

  • RENT

    Opens Feb 27, 2016

Big Fish - The Musical

August 7-9, 2015

Welcome to the fantastical world of Edward Bloom, a man who's life story is wrapped up in fairy tales and mythology, much to the horror of his son Will. Concerned that his father's larger-than-life stories have stopped them from really knowing each other, he sets out on a quest to find out the truth about the man who claims to be best friends with giants and witches, and discovers that sometimes, life can be a little less ordinary than expected...

Fiddler on the Roof

September 26-October 4, 2015

It's 1905 and Russia is changing all around Tevye and his family. From Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick and Joseph Stien, Fiddler on the Roof is the story of how standing by our values sometimes means changing the way we look at the entire world.

On Golden Pond

November 7-15, 2015

A gentle and subtle reflection on the fleeting nature of time, On Golden Pond focuses on elderly married couple Ethel and Norman Thayer. Every summer they decamp to their Maine holiday house and this year they're joined by their daughter Chelsea. Chelsea and her father's relationship is strained to say the least, and what follows is a turbulent examination of their shared history that sets them on course for a reconciliation.

Frosty The Snowman

November 27-December 23, 2015

The story begins on Christmas Eve with Billy, a little runaway boy who asks Santa not to bring him toys, but a home and a family instead. When the local kids build a snow man in the square, Billy becomes a hero by stealing a broom as a finishing touch on the children's handiwork.


February 27-March 6, 2016

Based on Pucchini's La Boheme, RENT is a ground-breaking look at a group of artists living and loving in New York City's East Village against the tumult of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It opened on Broadway in 1996 and went on to run for 12 years, launching the careers of many musical theatre performers, including Idina Menzel.

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