BANK JOB, HUNTING AND GATHERING & More Set for Amphibian Stage Productions' 2014 Season
Amphibian Stage Productions today announced the line-up of plays that will make up its 2014 season. The company will present four main stage productions, including one world premiere and one regional premiere, and three staged readings, as well as continue National Theatre Live screenings at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.
Amphibian's main stage season will include: Bank Job, a world premiere by John Kolvenbach, Hunting and Gathering by Brooke Berman, presented in association with Theatre TCU, The Nosemaker's Apprentice: Chronicles of a Medieval Plastic Surgeon, a regional premiere by Nick Jones and Rachel Shukert, and a fourth main stage production to be announced later this year.
Amphibian will also continue its renowned reading series at its home on South Main Street with three plays: The North Pool by Rajiv Joseph,Lebensraum by Israel Horovitz, and A Public Reading of an Unproduced Screenplay About the Death of Walt Disney by Lucas Hnath.
The company will continue to present National Theatre Live screenings in association with the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth and will announce the spring screenings later this year.
The 2014 season will see the return to Amphibian of several familiar names and faces, including Rajiv Joseph, who wrote the script for Amphibian's 2011 main stage production of Animals Out of Paper and the 2010 staged reading of All This Intimacy, Lucas Hnath, who wrote the script for Amphibian's upcoming main stage production of Death Tax, and David A. Miller, director of a number of Amphibian's past productions, including Gutenberg! The Musical! and Wittenberg. Mr. Miller will direct next year's The Nosemaker's Apprentice: Chronicles of a Medieval Plastic Surgeon.
"I am so thrilled and excited to present this line-up of plays for our 15th season," said Amphibian Artistic Director Kathleen Culebro. "I'm proud that Amphibian's 2014 Season will represent a broad spectrum of work by a bold new crop of up-and-coming playwrights, each with a unique voice and a fresh perspective on the nature of theater and the relationship between artist and audience. In true Amphibian fashion, each and every one of them will challenge the way we look at the modern world."
Tickets for the main stage season are $30 for adults, $25 for seniors, and $15 for students. Tickets for staged readings are $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, and $5 for students. Season subscriptions start at $120. Individual tickets and memberships for the 2014 season go on sale on October 7, 2013 and can be purchased at 817-923-3012 or www.amphibianproductions.org.