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Amphibian Stage Productions announces 20th anniversary season

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Amphibian Stage Productions has announced that 2019 – it’s 20th season – will reunite audiences with favorite plays, actors and directors and also bring world-premiere titles to their stage. Season extras are still in the works and will be announced shortly.

Main Stage Plays:

Lonely Planet by Steven Dietz – Feb. 1-24

Babette’s Feast by Rose Courtney, adapted from Isak Dinesen – May 3-26

Gutenberg! The Musical! by Anthony King & Scott Brown July 12–Aug. 18

Margaret, The She-Wolf of France by Stephan Wolfert, with text from William Shakespeare, Oct. 18-Nov. 10

Metamorphosis New Play Development Workshops:

Hans and Sophie created by Sean Hudock, Illana Stein, and Deborah Yarchun – March 30, 31

The Way North by Tira Palmquist – Dec. 7, 8

Stand-Up Comedy Residencies:

Liza Treyger, March 12-16

Rhea Butcher, March 19-23

Sam Jay, June 11-15

From Artistic Director Kathleen Culebro:

“In planning for our 20th season I found myself drawn to plays of hope about the healing power of dreams, love, generosity, and creativity.

“The plays I have selected, while wildly different from one another, are all inhabited by characters who are taking action to make the world a better place ¬– whether by preparing a sumptuous meal or writing a musical, by protecting their people through epic battles or through a blood test. The beauty of difficult times is that we find out what people are made of, and these plays are filled with those who are heroic risk takers, each in their own ways.

An anniversary season also invites an opportunity to look back and think of all those who have helped us grow and become a stronger company: artists, foundations, board members, donors, and subscribers. I am overcome with gratitude for all those with whom we’ve worked through these 20 years and excitement for the new collaborations that lie in our future.”

Main Stage plays, staged readings, and stand-up comedy will all be performed at Amphibian’s Berlene T. and Jarrell R. Milburn Theatre at 120 S. Main St. in Fort Worth. The company also will continue its collaboration with The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth to present National Theatre Live broadcasts in The Modern’s auditorium.

Subscriptions and memberships are available online at or by calling 817-923-3012. All levels come with special perks, including Amphibian’s famous giant chocolate chip cookies (Amphibian’s secret recipe baked by Stir Crazy Baked Goods).

– FWBP Staff

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