Check out local live theatre this weekend

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Six Characters in Search of a Play / Special Event at Circle Theatre

One Night Only, Sunday, Feb. 11

In Six Characters In Search Of A Play, creator Del Shores is inspired by Pirandello’s classic play to bring you six characters inspired by his real-life encounters that haven’t quite made it into one of Shores’ plays, films or TV shows. 

In 90 minutes, the audience will hear the truth behind how he collected these eccentrics, then he will portray them in classic Shores’ monologue style.   The audience will walk away knowing “Yvonne”, the vegetarian-hating Texas waitress; “Sarah”, an elderly actress who is determined to drink and smoke herself to death if Trump is elected; “Jimmy Ray”, the evolving Georgia redneck, “Loraine”; the once brilliant drama teacher who has lost her damn mind and is now obsessed with porn; “Aunt Bobbie Sue” the loud-mouth racist Republican with a heart of gold; and “Marsha”, the monkey-hating lesbian with CPOD. 

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CYRANO at Amphibian Stage Productions

Feb. 9 – 24

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Who wins the battle of beauty versus brains? Cyrano is a swordsman, philosopher, poet, and raconteur—everything that the love of his life, Roxane, would want. There’s just one problem: his nose is colossal.


NEVERLAND at Casa Manana Children’s Theatre

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Through Feb. 18

Neverland is a retelling of the classic Peter Pan story which will inspire kids and adults of all ages to take an “Awfully Big Adventure” of their own.  This show is suitable for all audiences.


THURGOOD at Bishop Arts Theatre CenterDallas

Feb. 8 – 25

Selmore Haines stars in Thurgood written by George Stevens Jr., the dramatic retelling of the life of Thurgood Marshall, the first African American to be appointed to the Supreme Court. A must see for all in celebration of Black History Month.


This Random World at Circle Theatre   

Through Feb. 24

Each character’s journey overlaps one another, be it an ailing woman who plans one final trip, a daughter planning one great escape or a son falling prey to a prank gone wrong. Does serendipity bring us together or is that only a myth?


Detroit ’67 at Jubilee Theatre

Through Feb. 25

The world is shifting for two siblings, who are running an after hours joint in their basement t make ends meet. But when a mysterious woman finds her way into their lives, tensions mount when dreams diverge, their tight-knit community is threatened and the streets erupt in violence.

*Contains adult language and themes that make it most appropriate for patrons 14 years and older.*


Like A Billion Likes at Stage West (FINAL WEEKEND)

Through Feb. 11

Misty Riggs is a nobody. No, really, she is – that’s an undisputed fact. But just as she’s starting sophomore year, she gets the notion she should try to stand out somehow before it’s too late.


Moon Over Buffalo at Runway Theatre (Grapevine)

Feb. 9-25

George and Charlotte Hay are fading stars of the 50’s. Down on their luck, playing rep in Buffalo, New York, and on the brink of a disastrous split-up due to George’s latest dalliance, they receive word that they might just have one last shot at stardom: Frank Capra is coming to town to see their matinee. Unfortunately, everything that could go wrong does.


Almost, Maine at Granbury Theatre Company (FINAL WEEKEND)

Through Feb. 11

On a cold, clear, moonless night in the middle of winter, all is not quite what it seems in the remote, mythical town of Almost, Maine. Almost’s residents find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and often hilarious ways.