More COVID-19 and Circle Updates
News | North Texas Giving Day 2020
Amid a year where everyone's lives have turned upside down, where we weren't able to bring you the performances we had planned, and when we are all feeling a little down — you showed up.
We wanted to say thank you for donating to Circle Theatre on North Texas Giving Day. Our goal was to raise $10,000. With your help, we raised $12,156. We are completely blown away.
Thank you for your generous gift. In a single day, over 58.8 million dollars was raised for charities and organizations all over North Texas. We are proud to be a part of this kind and passionate community.
Thank you for supporting us. Truly.
News | A Few Minutes with Executive Director Tim Long
What is going on at Circle Theatre during this time...
News | September 2020 - HSPP Trailer Drop
Mark your Calendars for the 2020 HSPP finalist reading series! Each Friday beginning September 11 - October 2, we will release the digital reading of one of our finalists' plays! Stay tuned for more information and check out the trailer below!
News | September 2020
We are proud to announce our 2020 High School Playwriting Project Finalists and Semi-finalists! These 8 playwrights' works were chosen from over 100 submissions all across Dallas Fort Worth. Congratulations!
Stay tuned for more information about the finalist reading series (a digital staged reading of the top 4 plays performed by professional actors) which will be released online beginning September 11!
Semi-finalists (listed alphabetically):
Weeping Well - Madisen Barrera, Boswell High School || Teacher: Melissa Wallis
A Sight to See - Mary Caruthers, All Saints’ Episcopal || Teacher: James Venhaus
When the Cards are Stacked - Abigail McCurdy, Southwest Christian || Teacher: Cyndi Woodward
House Guest - Mati Valadez, Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts || Teacher: Lindy Davis
News | May 18, 2020
Frequently Asked Questions | May 18, 2020
Survey | May 2020
Please help us understand your timeline on returning to Circle by taking this brief anonymous survey. Though our goal is to get back to making theatre as soon as possible, our highest priority is safety.
News | May 2020
STATEMENT FROM CIRCLE THEATRE:
Circle Theatre is distraught at the continued displays of racial injustice on Black men, women, and children across the United States. We must fight racism wherever it exists.
It is imperative that the work on our stage plays a role in the dialogue and commitment to change that has to take place.
We strive for an inclusive world where we all feel safe and loved.
We see you. We hear you. We stand with you.
Black. Lives. Matter.