2626 E Randol Mill Road, Arlington, TX, US, 76011
- Phone: (817) 649-0147
- Fax: (817) 649-7130
Known for its innovative and original works, this theatre group performs a wide range of productions, from musicals to comedy and spoofs, in a variety of locations, including its summer 'theatre under the stars,' in the Oak Acres Amphitheatre. The innovative productions offered by this troupe include such elements as mime, dance, masks, puppetry, music and projections, to create an original theatre experience that is often pleasantly startling.
Begun in 1976, this annual concert series presents some of the world's finest classical concerts, featuring some of the best classical performers from around the world. Presentations feature the best in both instrumental and vocal-based works and are held at Bass Performance Hall and the Recital Hall.
Offering both Classical and Pops concerts, as well as special concert events featuring stars of popular music, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra has a mission to \"provide symphonic performances at the highest level of artistic excellence; to promote symphonic music to the widest possible audience; and to serve and enrich our community.\"
Renowned for its superb acoustics, the Bass Hall is host to a variety of premier events and performances in Ft. Worth.
This intimate, 130-seat theater is located upstairs in the Knights of Pythias Building, and features touring shows on weekends.
This 1.5 mile speedway is the site of both major NASCAR and Indy Racing League events, including a number of 300 and 500-mile races.
The brick-paved Main Street is blocked off from the courthouse, south for nine blocks, almost to the convention centre, to become the site of the Southwest's largest art festival, held each April. The average draw each year is 430,000 people who come to enjoy this four-day celebration of visual art, entertainment and culture. One will revel in the streets that are filled with artists, dancers, performance artists, food vendors, entertainers, and others who are there to join in the good times.
This annual four-day event, held from late April through the first of May, is Fort Worth's own rite of spring, which began as a loosely organized community-wide picnic on the banks of the Trinity River in the early 1970s. Now, one can expect a weekend of music, food and fun. Entertainment usually includes performances by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and a variety of big-name popular acts.
Stage West is known for its effervescent and consistently strong performances of both classic and new dramatic works. The plays of Shakespeare are prevalent within the nucleus of the troupe's productions, and even more so in the educational programs that are offered.
Through live productions, educational and outreach programs, and special events, Casa Ma
Kids Who Care is a non-profit international theatre company based in Fort Worth that seeks to produce confident and creative kids through leadership, education and performance. Kids Who Care offers professional musical theatre classes, leadership training, summer musical theatre camps, international cultural exchanges, a touring Resident Company, public performances and more.
Cowboy Music from Cattle Drive days- each Sun. 2pm on steps of Exchange Building-great relaxing music by talented band and Devon Dawson, voice of \"Jessie the Yodeling Cowgirl\" on Disney Toy Story II. Come, relax and enjoy the best of cowboy music anywhere. Cool your ears with smooth and peaceful western music of \"Silver Screen\", Gospel or \"Lone Pairie\" tunes as you will not hear anywhere else. Catch the \"Historic Walking Tour\" thro the Stockyards while there to understand how 1,100 head of cattle were unloaded, pened, sold and loaded and shipped out each day to make this the \"Wallstreet of the West\" with more money changing hands than anywhere West of Mississippi Wallstreet. Enjoy seeing and riding the Antique Steam Engine or ride the Mechanical Bull or try sitting on a live Longhorn Steer or just watch the \"Longhorn Trail Drive\" reenactment twice daily.