Tonight Circle Theatre in downtown's Sundance Square presents a preview performance of Bach at Leipzig.
In 1722, six of the finest musicians of the age gather to audition for the coveted post of organist at the Thomaskirche in Leipzig. The position they are competing for may be housed in a cathedral, but nothing is sacred in this historic battle of egos.
The production officially opens Saturday evening at 7:30 p.m. followed by a post-party with the cast and crew.
Coincidentally, both Circle Theatre and The Fort Worth Symphony are presenting productions tied to the historic baroque period during the month of August.
Meeting friends? Make a weekend staycation and grab a room at a Downtown Hotel. Enjoy Shopping, Nightlife and Dining in Sundance Square. Stop by Sid Richardson; one of several museums in Fort Worth. Check out the new www.FortWorth.com for events in the "City of Cowboys and Culture."
Circle Theatre Goes for Baroque
Posted On August 23, 2010