Check out these summer performances
These summer performances are definite must-sees.
THE BOOK OF MORMON
Called “the best musical of this century” by The New York Times and a nine-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical, The Book of Mormon will hit Bass Hall’s stage in July. The comedy follows an unlikely pair of missionaries who travel to Uganda to spread the word on their faith. Note that the show contains explicit language.
Where: Bass Performance Hall, 525 Commerce St.
When: July 28-30
Miss Molly pays homage to Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Writer Christine Carmela transports audiences back to Victorian England and adds a twist. She incorporates modern references while keeping the charm and humor for which Wilde is known. Carmela drafted Miss Molly while in college at TCU and has since made an off-Broadway debut at SoHo Rep. Evan Michael Woods will make his directorial debut.
Where: Amphibian Stage, 120 S. Main St.
When: July 21-Aug. 13
Contact: 817- 923-3012
I WANNA F*CKING TEAR YOU APART
This comedy focuses on best friends and roommates Sam and Leo. The duo is an unbreakable team until a new friend enters the picture. Doubt creeps in and a secret is about to be revealed that will shatter the bond. The play explores the many complications of friendship. It is intended for mature audiences.
Where: Stage West 821 & 823 W. Vickery Blvd.
When: Through July 9
THE SOUND OF MUSIC
Fort Worth’s classical theater company brings the beloved musical to center stage. Set in 1938 Austria, it follows the path of Maria, a young governess, as she helps a broken family find joy through music while the Nazis rise to power.
Where: Stolen Shakespeare Guild, 1300 Gendy St.
When: Through July 23