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Welcome to our second season!
e are thrilled to be a part of the DFW theatre community. A big "thank you!" goes out to all our friends and patrons for making our inaugural season a success. We started out small with only two shows last season, but we have big plans and hope you will join us as we celebrate the human condition in our productions. We have quite a variety of them planned for you: classics and new works, comedies and dramas, thrillers and mysteries to make you shiver, farces to remind us not to take ourselves too seriously. Musicals to let your spirit soar. Plays to entertain, challenge, and inspire you.
So welcome to the second season of the Tarrant Actors Regional Theatre. Come along with us as we celebrate the magic that only live theatre can bring!
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All TART productions
are performed at the
Fort Worth Community Arts Center, located at 1300 Gendy Street, Fort Worth, TX 76107. Click here for directions.
The Tarrant Actors Regional Theatre is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Texas corporation. All donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of federal law.
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Click the link below to read the Star-Telegram's article about TART's beginnings and future plans:
The Crucible chosen as one of
top-ten Tarrant-area theatre productions of 2014!
It's the early 1970s, and in the tiny living quarters behind the Greenwich Village candy store which she operates with her diabetic husband, crowded with her forty-year collection of movie magazines, Mildred Wild has virtually escaped from reality into a dream world conjured up by the 3,000 movies she has eagerly devoured. And when the outside world does intrude -- via her husband, his meddling sister, their hard-boiled landlady, the mincing butcher from next door, or the foreman of the wrecking crew sent to tear down their building -- Mildred meets each crisis with a hilarious fantasy scene drawn from her precious lode of old movies. As the action moves swiftly ahead to its delightfully unpredictable climax, Mildred's life is further complicated by such unlikely visitors as a bulldozer, a nun, King Kong, and a super-efficient TV camera crew, all adding to the merriment and, ultimately, to the poignancy which infuses the play and the touching, funny escapades of its kooky, lovable and totally enchanting heroine.
Our recent production of "The Crucible" got rave reviews! Click the links below to see what the critics had to say: