Chart the Course of the Colorado River During This Off-the-Wall Comedy by Jaclyn Backhaus
Circle Theatre is an established regional theatre in Fort Worth dedicated to presenting professional, innovative theatre in an intimate space. Founded in 1981 by Rose Pearson and Bill Newberry, Circle has premiered over 130 plays to the city in its 36 seasons.
The Theatre’s name is derived from its original location on Bluebonnet Circle. An interim move to Fort Worth’s historic Southside took place in 1987. Seven years later, Circle renovated and moved into its present home, the basement space of the Sanger Building in Fort Worth’s Sundance Square entertainment district. Patrons enjoy the Theatre’s cozy atmosphere and often comment on the added benefit of being close to the action on the 125-seat thrust stage.
On Thursday, October 25th, Circle Theatre will be presenting the production of Men On Boats. In this play, ten volunteers chart the course of the Colorado River. In Jaclyn Backhaus’ off-the-wall comedy, Men On Boats, a one-armed captain and a loyal crew follow the true(ish) story of the 1869 Grand Canyon expedition.
This widely acclaimed and hysterical new play closes Circle’s 37th season with a splash! Will they survive the wild rapids to change the course of history?
At McDermott Crossing Apartments in Plano, Texas, we believe it’s important to integrate yourself into the community, which is why we suggest attending this event. Meeting new people, having unfamiliar experiences, and joining neighborhood activities is the key to an exceptional lifestyle.
Thursday, October 25, 2018—7:30 PM
Event Venue Location:
230 West 4th Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102