Marie Antoinette

June 3 – 26
Let’s eat cake!

Amphibians are designed to adapt, and we’ve relished the task of making art for a changing world. Learn more about us.

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Upcoming Shows

JULY 16, Spark Fest

Elusive

by Charles Jackson, directed by Zetra Goodlow

Charles Jackson Jr.’s Elusive is an experimental dramatic fantasy about the effect that having an absent mother has on a child.

JULY 16, Spark Fest

Oleanna Part II

by Chris Cragin Day, directed by Lily Wolff

When Dr. Roark gets a request from one of her students to go over his essay after class, she readies herself for the usual one-on-one writing tutoring that she’s excelled at her entire career. But when they meet in her office, she finds that he’s there for very different reasons and she’s thrown into a political battle that threatens to ruin her career entirely.

JULY 21 & 23, Spark Fest

through a glass darkly

by Erin Malone Turner, directed by Sky Williams

It’s summertime in 1980s southern Louisiana when a group of ardent camp counselors discover alternate dimensions within the campground’s forest. This play uses science fiction and New Orleans-based Black history to explore emerging into adulthood, enjoying romance amidst a crushing loss, and how sorrow can take root into terrains as well as hearts. How can we keep sight of what we owe each other?

BIG NEWS!
App Available Starting June 9th

Neighborhood Leap

Neighborhood Leap is an app-based augmented reality art walking trail exploring the creativity, energy and possibilities of the South Main Village neighborhood, through newly commissioned works of visual art, music, movement and storytelling along with a celebration of existing public art.

Amphibian Goes Digital

Stream full length features, bite-sized content, and curated monthly collections.
https://player.vimeo.com/video/544257142?h=032747f639&dnt=1&app_id=122963

Digital Feature

Odes For A World in Search of Joy

Digital Feature

Odes For A World in Search of Joy

Inspired by Pablo Neruda’s Odes to Common Things, Amphibian Stage has commissioned Texas artists of all disciplines to create performance works that celebrate simple, human-made objects. We might take these things for granted in our day-to-day lives, but upon closer examination they can inspire joy, gratitude, and perhaps even awe. Join us for an evening of music, movement, animation, and more as we rediscover the beauty of not-so-ordinary trinkets, baubles, and tools.

https://player.vimeo.com/video/662028869?h=be4e169c21&dnt=1&app_id=122963

Spike Tape

Christine Takes a Playwriting Quiz

https://player.vimeo.com/video/531985028?h=f0108523b9&dnt=1&app_id=122963

Digital Feature

This is My Story

Digital Feature

This is My Story

“When have you been silenced?”

We asked this question of Black men living and working in Fort Worth and received deeply personal responses. This is my Story presents three stories from an educator, an event planner and a Veteran Peer Service Coordinator, each of whom has learned to be silent as a means of self-preservation—but at what cost? This is My Story, a video project conceived by Dev’n Goodman, challenges us to look deeper, shed assumptions and envision what is possible when we approach one another with understanding and compassion.

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