Amphibian Stage Productions is a non-profit theatre company founded in 2000 by three alumni of TCU’s Department of Theatre. The theater has produced numerous groundbreaking and challenging plays (some regional premieres, others US or world premieres) that foster a deeper understanding of the global community. The company is committed to nurturing young and diverse audiences.

For over 40 years, Circle Theatre has given a voice and a stage to local playwrights and never-before-seen plays. The intimate, 125-seat theatre offers “in the action” seats to a variety of performances.

Don’t miss the critically acclaimed Four-Day Weekend Improvisational Comedy show on Friday and Saturday nights in downtown Fort Worth. This all-male improvisational group delivers a hilarious new show that's created from audience suggestions and participation.

Hip Pocket Theatre can be described as eclectic and interactive. Through the use of mime, dance, masks, music and even puppetry, they put on a delightful show.

As one of the foremost African-American theatres in the Southwest, Jubilee Theatre produces works that reflect the African-American experience. The quaint theatre’s atmosphere is diverse, comfortable and accommodates a multicultural audience.

Stage West Theatre is the king of the indie-theater scene in Fort Worth. While highly respected nationally for their renditions of contemporary Broadway musicals and classic Shakespearian plays, the company also serves as an outlet for local playwrights looking to find their way into the industry.