A different kind of drama plays out this week

This week several of the theater venues I feature on a regular basis are offering some different programing. Thinking “outside the box”, as most theater folks do call it creativity to exercise the brain, so here you go.

STORYTELLER NIGHT

Monday, September 8, 2014

Dinner – 6:00 pm

Storytelling – 7:00 pm

Three very well known and extremely talented storytellers will be featured this evening. They are Decee Cornish, Justin Flowers and Sy Sohmer. Come prepared to be entranced and carried off to magical places as their words come to life in your imagination.

You can purchase dinner and show tickets or show tickets alone.

For ticket information call, (817)784-9378.

Stage West

821/823 W. Vickery Blvd.

Fort Worth, TX 76104

TEA & TALK

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

2:00 pm

Enjoy a serene afternoon enjoying art followed by tea and discussion with fellow visitors of the museum. The free event takes place every second Wednesday of the month.

For more information, contact Leslie Thompson at (817) 332-6554 ext. 103.

Sid Richardson Museum Gallery

309 Main Street

Fort Worth, TX 76102

BRANCH ANCESTRY: EXPLORE YOUR FAMILY’S HISTORY

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

2:00 pm

Learn how to research your family history using online resources. Begin the search of your genealogy and write your story, starring your family.

For more information, call (817) 392-5580.

Fort Worth Public Library

Ella Mae Shamblee Branch

1062 Evans Avenue

Fort Worth, TX 7604

LYLE LOVETT AND HIS LARGE BAND

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

7:30 PM

Houston born, Lyle Lovett will perform at Bass Hall this week along side his Large Band. This show is one night only, so order your tickets today.

For ticket information, call (817) 212-4280.

Bass Performance Hall

4th and Calhoun Street

Fort Worth, TX 76102

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Combining my love of writing and live theater I began publishing with Examiner.com in 2009. Since that time I have expanded my contributions to numerous forms of live entertainment, film and much more. In July of 2016 Examiner.com shut down their website. I decided to continue exploring and sharing my adventures through my own blogging site. Becoming a resource for my audience seeking entertainment options in the DFW area is a top priority.

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