The mission of the Pantagleize Theatre Company is to bring plays from around the globe to Fort Worth, TX and develop original works by local playwrights.
International Theatre Productions and Community Theatre
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MOVING SALE! SATURDAY JUNE 9, 8AM - 2 PM It's time for Pantagleize to leave its current digs and move into its future! The wrecking ball has loomed over that old building for a year now, waiting to reduce the birthplace of Stage West and the The time is now, the time is here. It's time for Pantagleize to leave its current digs and move into its future! The wrecking ball has loomed over that old building for a year now, waiting to reduce the birthplace of Stage West and the old Meeting Place to rubble to provide a staging area for the restoration of the Public Market. We've already taken down the lights, stored the chairs and packed most of the costumes. But the rest of the theater contents are UP FOR SALE! Come snap up some theater bargains and souvenirs on Saturday! Here's a short list of what's available: Masks, hats, clothes, shoes, boots, fabric by the bolt, props, mirrors, clothes racks, tables, chairs, stands, artwork, bookcases, artificial flowers and plants, desks, neckties, plywood, paint, steps, books, binders, wedding dresses, sewing machine, office supplies -- you get the idea! So swing by when you can. The A/C is out but we'll have the fans going. Come say goodbye to the good times and donate to Pantagleize's future while you're at it. hOPEee you there!
THANK YOU to the cast, crew and audience of the Fifth Panty Glee Friday Funnies, arguably the best one yet!!!
Pantagleize presents our 2013 Spring Season: January 17 - February 3: The Devil’s Disciple by Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw, a black sheep of the family tale with a twist, set in the American Revolution, directed by Seth Johnston; February 14 - March 3: A Chekhov Valentine, three romantic one-acts by master Russian playwright Anton Chekhov: The Marriage Proposal, The Wedding Reception, and The Brute; March 8 - 9: Panty Glee; Friday Funnies, night of original sketch comedy and ridiculously short plays; March 14 - 31: Little Hill of Refuge by Violet O’Valle, a historic dramatization of the Irish who settled South Texas and fought in the Texas Revolution, with the songs that cheered them on, directed by Libby Bogart; April 11 - 28: The Ghost Sonata, an early expressionistic masterpiece by August Strindberg. Directed by Phil Cerroni; May 16 – June 2: A Bee in Her Bonnet, a Texas take on the French farce A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau, directed by Violet O’Valle. Featuring our Pantageezer (AARP eligible) ensemble;