Compiled by Marilyn Bailey
There’s a lot to see and do out there.
Get up. Get out. Get going.
120 S. Main St., Fort Worth, 817-923-3012, amphibianstage.com
Hans & Sophie Amphibian commemorates the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II with a dramatization of a true story from Nazi Germany: how brother and sister Hans and Sophie Scholl helped create a Christian underground movement to resist Hitler and his policies — at great personal risk and cost. Feb. 7-March 1
Broadway at the Bass
Bass Performance Hall, 4th and Calhoun streets, Fort Worth, 817-212-4280, basshall.com
Nickelodeon’s The SpongeBob Musical The New York Times called this Tony-nominated piece “exhaustingly imaginative,” and the music is by artists such as John Legend, Cyndi Lauper, and Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith. Add that to the already zany source material, and this thing sounds wildly fun. Feb. 20-23
3101 W. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth, 817-332-2272, casamanana.org
Tuna Does Vegas All of the characters in the wackiest town in Texas (played by just two actors) head to Las Vegas, where the hilarity is bigger than ever thanks to Elvis impersonators, showgirls and the rest. For mature audiences only. Feb. 29-March 8
Dallas Theater Center
Kalita Humphreys Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek Blvd., 214-522-8499, dallastheatercenter.org
Little Women Louisa May Alcott’s story is having a big moment with the successful film earning accolades. Playwright Kate Hamill’s new stage adaptation tries to do the same for the contemporary theater. Feb. 7-March 1
Stolen Shakespeare Guild
Fort Worth Community Arts Center, 1300 Gendy St., fwcac.com
Macbeth Valentine’s is the day Stolen Shakespeare Guild wickedly opens Macbeth, the story of the Scottish noble who, egged on by his scheming wife and a prophecy from a trio of witches, decides to commit murder. Tickets, stolenshakespeareguild.org. Feb. 14-Feb. 29