Events

Events in Sundance Square

Welcome to our interactive Calendar of Events! From live theatre and concerts to races and festivals, downtown Fort Worth’s Sundance Square is always hopping. Select a date from the calendar on the right to see what’s going on that day. Or if you prefer, view all the upcoming events in downtown Fort Worth for this week or this month. Whether you’re looking for something to do tonight or planning ahead, you’re sure to find something fun here!

Today

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

10/19 Silver Leaf Cigar Lounge 10:00am

Sunday Football with Silver Leaf Cigar Lounge

Watch EVERY NFL Game on Sunday at Silver Leaf Cigar Lounge!

Enjoy a breakfast buffet from 10AM - 1PM, including eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, toast and mixed fruit as well as build-your-own Bloody Mary!

 

10/19 Bass Performance Hall 2:00pm

The Sleeping Beauty

Texas Ballet Theater presents the beloved fairy tale, The Sleeping Beauty.  The ballet company is joined by the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and will feature the music composed by Tchaikovsky.  Don't miss this crowd pleasing production.

 

10/19 Jubilee Theatre 3:00pm

Jubilee: The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

What begins as a ritual, evolves into a tough yet tender drama about the bonds of brotherhood.

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
(Texas Premiere)

Jubilee Theatre is located at 506 Main Street in Sundance Square.  To view a calendar of upcoming productions, visit www.jubileetheatre.org

 

10/19 Sundance Square Plaza 3:00pm

The Cliburn Presents Fei-Fei Dong

Join us in Sundance Square Plaza as The Cliburn presents Fei-Fei Dong.

FEI-FEI DONG
FINALIST

FOURTEENTH VAN CLIBURN INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION


Praised for her "natural musicality and beauty of tone"


(Cincinnati Enquirer) during the 2013 Cliburn Competition, Chinese pianist Fei-Fei Dong landed among the top six finalists. She continues to build a reputation for her poetic interpretations, charming audiences with her "passion, piquancy and tenderness" and "winning stage presence" (Dallas Morning News). Deeply committed to sharing her joy for music and connecting with communities, she also engages students and audiences through school and outreach concerts, traditional master classes, Q&A sessions, and other residency activities.

Recent highlights of her career include her solo recital debut at Alice Tully Hall in May 2014 as winner of Juilliard’s 33rd Annual William Petscheck Recital Award, and her trio debut at the Kennedy Center in February 2014, as part of its Conservatory Project. The

Times Herald-Record proclaimed her to be "one of the most engaging and promising rising stars in the musical firmament" after her May 2014 performance with the Hudson Valley Philharmonic Orchestra.

Ms. Dong gave her first recital at age 10 and performed Rachmaninov’s Third Concerto with the Macau Youth Symphony Orchestra three years later. She has since appeared with the Aspen Music Festival, Corpus Christi Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, Hong Kong, Hudson Valley Philharmonic, Juilliard, Shanxi, Shenzhen Symphony, and Youngstown Symphony Orchestras, working with conductors Leonard Slatkin, Randall Craig Fleisher, and John Giordano, among others. She has been presented in Alice Tully Hall, Warsaw Philharmonic Concert Hall, and the Louvre Auditorium, and been featured multiple times on New York’s WQXR radio.

Born in Shenzhen, Ms. Dong began piano lessons at the age of 5. She moved to New York to study at The Juilliard School, earning both her Bachelor and Master of Music degrees under the guidance of Yoheved Kaplinsky.

Tomorrow

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

10/20 Taverna Pizzeria and Risotteria 7:00pm

Taverna Wine Dinner

Eat. Drink. Enjoy Life.

Taverna in Sundance Square invites you to a Wine Pairing Dinner Monday, October 20.  You'll enjoy the perfect meal paired with the perfect wine. Perfecto!
$59.95/ per person
Call for Reservations today!
817-885-7502

Join your friends the third Monday of every other month for Taverna Fort Worth's Food and Wine Pairing.

Taverna is located at 450 Throckmorton Street.  To learn more, please visit www.tavernabylombardi.com today! 

 

 

10/20 Bass Performance Hall 8:00pm

Susan Boyle on Stage!

Make plans now to see Grammy-nominated Susan Boyle at Bass Performance Hall this fall!  Ms. Boyle will perform a sensational and contemporary repertoire of iconic album tracks and never-heard-before classics that will captivate and enthrall her audiences.  Don't miss this extraordinary performance as Susan Boyle takes the stage on her first U.S. tour. 

 

 

Tuesday 10/21

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

Wednesday 10/22

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

Thursday 10/23

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

10/23 Circle Theatre 7:30pm

Fellowship!

Fellowship! is a musical parody of books and movies based on The Fellowship of the Ring that has become a cult classic.  Circle Theatre is proud to bring its own production of Fellowship! to the "land of cowboys and culture" for its southwest premiere.  The production opens on October 18 and previews beginning October 16.

Book by:  Kelly Holden-Bashar and Joel McCrary
Music:  Allen Simpson
Lyrics and Additional Material:  Brian D. Bradley, Lisa Fredrickson, Kelly Holden-Bashar, Joel McCrary, Edi Patterson, Steve Purnick, Cory Rouse, Allen Simpson, Ryan Smith, Peter Allen Vogt and Matthew Stephen Young.

Circle Theatre is located at 230 W. Fourth Street in Sundance Square.  For more information, visit www.circletheatre.com

10/23 Jubilee Theatre 8:00pm

Jubilee: The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

What begins as a ritual, evolves into a tough yet tender drama about the bonds of brotherhood.

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
(Texas Premiere)

Jubilee Theatre is located at 506 Main Street in Sundance Square.  To view a calendar of upcoming productions, visit www.jubileetheatre.org

 

Friday 10/24

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

10/24 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 6:30pm

Wild West Wits

Whether you're a lone ranger or a city slicker, come test your knowledge of the American West with our happy hour trivia. Enjoy drinks and win prizes.

 

For more info, go to: http://www.sidrichardsonmuseum.org/wild_west_wits

10/24 Bass Performance Hall 7:30pm

Cliburn Gold

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra proudly launches a new artistic partnership with 2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist Vadym Kholodenko in a two-year commitment to performing all five Prokofiev pieno concertos.

The formidable Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor is paired in this program with Verdi's majestic overture to Nabucco and Brahms' joyful Symphony No. 2 in D Major.

 

10/24 Jubilee Theatre 8:00pm

Jubilee: The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

What begins as a ritual, evolves into a tough yet tender drama about the bonds of brotherhood.

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
(Texas Premiere)

Jubilee Theatre is located at 506 Main Street in Sundance Square.  To view a calendar of upcoming productions, visit www.jubileetheatre.org

 

10/24 Circle Theatre 8:00pm

Fellowship!

Fellowship! is a musical parody of books and movies based on The Fellowship of the Ring that has become a cult classic.  Circle Theatre is proud to bring its own production of Fellowship! to the "land of cowboys and culture" for its southwest premiere.  The production opens on October 18 and previews beginning October 16.

Book by:  Kelly Holden-Bashar and Joel McCrary
Music:  Allen Simpson
Lyrics and Additional Material:  Brian D. Bradley, Lisa Fredrickson, Kelly Holden-Bashar, Joel McCrary, Edi Patterson, Steve Purnick, Cory Rouse, Allen Simpson, Ryan Smith, Peter Allen Vogt and Matthew Stephen Young.

Circle Theatre is located at 230 W. Fourth Street in Sundance Square.  For more information, visit www.circletheatre.com

10/24 Scat Jazz Lounge 9:00pm

A Roaring 20's Halloween Party with the Matt Tolentino Band!

Back by popular demand!  Matt Tolentino and his seven piece band return for the coolest, most original Halloween Pary going - it's a frighteningly fun Roaring 20's theme.  Ladies, wear your best flapper dress and guys, it's Al Capone all the way!  Get dressed up and win a prize!  Reservation requests accepted by calling 817-870-9100.  Cover charge is $10. 

Scat is located at 111 W. 4th Street, Ste. 11 in the historic Woolworth Building, basement level.  Look for the alleyway entrance off of 4th Street between the Worthington National Bank and Jos. A. Bank Clothiers.  Hours are 7 p.m. - 2 a.m., Tuesdays through Thursdays and Sundays, 5 p.m. - 2 a.m. Fridays and 6 p.m. - 2 a.m. on Saturdays.  The club is closed on Mondays.  Don't forget each Friday Scat offers Happy Hour drink specials 'til 8 p.m.

To view a complete calendar of entertainment, please visit www.scatjazzlounge.com today!

Saturday 10/25

10/25 Sundance Square Plaza 8:00am

Tarrant Area Food Bank Kid's Bike Run

 

Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price to lead ride benefiting Tarrant Area Food Bank child feeding programs

*Registration open now; prices go up day of event

 

Although the first Fort Worth fundraising bicycle ride benefiting hungry children was canceled last year due to severe weather, over $130,000 was raised to benefit Tarrant Area Food Bank feeding programs for children.       

RIDE FOR KIDS—GEAR UP TO END CHILDHOOD HUNGER comes back in 2014 led once again by Honorary Chair and Lead Rider Mayor Betsy Price. Set for Saturday, Oct. 25, between 8 a.m. and 12 noon, three different distance rallies for adults and children will begin and end in Sundance Square Plaza at Main St. between Third and Fourth Streets, Fort Worth 76102. Strollers, tricycles and trainers are welcome to cruise around the Plaza on closed streets.

 

In addition, a "Party on the Plaza" will offer live music by the Como Elementary B-Sharp Orchestra, the McLean Chorus and the Pasticcio Band. Activities for children will include, among others, a game truck, balloon artists, a bike rodeo, family yoga and the Texas Rangers mascot, Captain, and Texas Rangers player Vernon Wells pitching softballs to kids. The fee for the Party on the Plaza is $15 in advance ($25 the day of the ride) per child or single adult and free for parents and for children age two and younger.

 

For more information about the cycling events and to register, go directly to the registration site—http://www.tridentsportsfw.com/ride-for-kids.html. The registration fee for the 10-mile, 20-mile and 30-mile bike rallies is $25 each ($35 each the day of the ride).

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

10/25 Jubilee Theatre 3:00pm

Jubilee: The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

What begins as a ritual, evolves into a tough yet tender drama about the bonds of brotherhood.

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
(Texas Premiere)

Jubilee Theatre is located at 506 Main Street in Sundance Square.  To view a calendar of upcoming productions, visit www.jubileetheatre.org

 

10/25 Circle Theatre 3:00pm

Fellowship!

Fellowship! is a musical parody of books and movies based on The Fellowship of the Ring that has become a cult classic.  Circle Theatre is proud to bring its own production of Fellowship! to the "land of cowboys and culture" for its southwest premiere.  The production opens on October 18 and previews beginning October 16.

Book by:  Kelly Holden-Bashar and Joel McCrary
Music:  Allen Simpson
Lyrics and Additional Material:  Brian D. Bradley, Lisa Fredrickson, Kelly Holden-Bashar, Joel McCrary, Edi Patterson, Steve Purnick, Cory Rouse, Allen Simpson, Ryan Smith, Peter Allen Vogt and Matthew Stephen Young.

Circle Theatre is located at 230 W. Fourth Street in Sundance Square.  For more information, visit www.circletheatre.com

10/25 Parfumerie Marie Antoinette and Spa 4:00pm

Book Signing

Join us for a pre "Holiday" reception with special celebrity guest Dr. Monica Anderson for the Fort Worth launch of her book, Success Is A Side Effect. (Champagne reception on October 25 from 4-6 p.m.)

Marie Antoinette 
101 W. 2nd St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
817-332-2888

 

10/25 Bass Performance Hall 7:30pm

Cliburn Gold

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra proudly launches a new artistic partnership with 2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist Vadym Kholodenko in a two-year commitment to performing all five Prokofiev pieno concertos.

The formidable Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor is paired in this program with Verdi's majestic overture to Nabucco and Brahms' joyful Symphony No. 2 in D Major.

 

10/25 Jubilee Theatre 8:00pm

Jubilee: The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

What begins as a ritual, evolves into a tough yet tender drama about the bonds of brotherhood.

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
(Texas Premiere)

Jubilee Theatre is located at 506 Main Street in Sundance Square.  To view a calendar of upcoming productions, visit www.jubileetheatre.org

 

10/25 Circle Theatre 8:00pm

Fellowship!

Fellowship! is a musical parody of books and movies based on The Fellowship of the Ring that has become a cult classic.  Circle Theatre is proud to bring its own production of Fellowship! to the "land of cowboys and culture" for its southwest premiere.  The production opens on October 18 and previews beginning October 16.

Book by:  Kelly Holden-Bashar and Joel McCrary
Music:  Allen Simpson
Lyrics and Additional Material:  Brian D. Bradley, Lisa Fredrickson, Kelly Holden-Bashar, Joel McCrary, Edi Patterson, Steve Purnick, Cory Rouse, Allen Simpson, Ryan Smith, Peter Allen Vogt and Matthew Stephen Young.

Circle Theatre is located at 230 W. Fourth Street in Sundance Square.  For more information, visit www.circletheatre.com

10/25 Scat Jazz Lounge 9:00pm

Red Young Returns!

Back by popular demand!  Red Young returns to Scat Jazz Lounge Friday evening with his Hammond B3 organ based group. Come enjoy a night of great music and high energy.  Reservation requests can be made by calling 817.870.9100.  Showtime is 9 p.m.  Don't miss it!

Scat is located at 111 W. 4th Street, Ste. 11 (basement level) in the historic Woolworth Building.  Look for the alleyway entrance off of 4th Street between the Worthington National Bank and Jos. A. Bank.  Scat is open Tuesday through Thursday from 7 p.m. - 2 a.m., Fridays from 5 p.m. - 2 a.m., Saturdays from 6 p.m. - 2 a.m., and Sundays 7 p.m. - 2 a.m.  Closed Mondays.  Come early and enjoy Happy Hour drink specials every Friday evening from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

To learn more about upcoming jazz performances, go to www.scatjazzlounge.com today!

Sunday 10/26

09/25 Sid Richardson Museum & Store 9:00am 09/25 thru 05/31

Exhibition - Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West

Take Two: George Catlin Revisits the West features 17 paintings from George Catlin's Cartoon Collection portraying the cultural life of the Native Americans he encountered in his travels in the 1830s. The Exhibition features 4 rare Catlin illustrated books and Buffalo Hunt, a bronze sculpture by Charles M. Russell. A selection of paintings from the Museum's permanent collection, by Frederic Remington, Charles. M. Russell, and others, is also included.

 

"Catlin’s art is a natural fit for The Sid Richardson Museum, since Charles Russell and Frederic Remington, two of the most prominent artists in our permanent collection, also devoted themselves to Western themes, with a great awareness of what was unfolding in the West during their lifetime. Catlin...painted anticipating a time in the future when the manners and customs of the American Indian would be lost. Remington and Russell...painted with a sense of nostalgia for a West that was then passing or had already passed."- Mary Burke, Sid Richardson Museum Director

 

Experience the 19th Century American West at the Sid Richardson Museum and Gift Store today!  The museum, located in the heart of Sundance Square, boasts paintings by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell and other premier Western artists. 

 

The museum store offers unique western items, including prints, bronzes, jewelry, books, children's toys, prints on canvas both framed and unframed, and works by local artisans. 

 

Free docent-guided tours on Tuesday's and Saturday's at 2 p.m.
Free admission/Open daily
Wheelchair accessible

Museum Hours
Monday - Thursday 9:00AM-5:00PM (Store Open Until 7PM)
Friday - Saturday 9:00AM-8:00PM (Store Open Until 9PM)
Sunday 12:00PM - 5:00PM (Museum & Store)

10/26 Silver Leaf Cigar Lounge 10:00am

Sunday Football with Silver Leaf Cigar Lounge

Watch EVERY NFL Game on Sunday at Silver Leaf Cigar Lounge!

Enjoy a breakfast buffet from 10AM - 1PM, including eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, toast and mixed fruit as well as build-your-own Bloody Mary!

 

10/26 Bass Performance Hall 2:00pm

Cliburn Gold

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra proudly launches a new artistic partnership with 2013 Cliburn Gold Medalist Vadym Kholodenko in a two-year commitment to performing all five Prokofiev pieno concertos.

The formidable Piano Concerto No. 2 in G Minor is paired in this program with Verdi's majestic overture to Nabucco and Brahms' joyful Symphony No. 2 in D Major.

 

10/26 Jubilee Theatre 3:00pm

Jubilee: The Brothers Size

The Brothers Size

What begins as a ritual, evolves into a tough yet tender drama about the bonds of brotherhood.

By Tarell Alvin McCraney
(Texas Premiere)

Jubilee Theatre is located at 506 Main Street in Sundance Square.  To view a calendar of upcoming productions, visit www.jubileetheatre.org

 

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