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by William Shakespeare

June 30th-July 30th, 2022

"I see a woman may be made a fool, If she had not a spirit to resist."

When William Shakespeare wrote The Taming of the Shrew, he created one of his most infamous sets of lovers: Kate and Petruchio. Equal parts stubborn and fierce, these two take each other on an explosive journey to discover the love that they both deserve. A romantic comedy and classic battle of the sexes, The Taming of the Shrew will have you laughing and cheering in the name of love.

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by Meredith Willson

July 3rd-July 31st, 2022

There’s trouble in River City! When smooth-talking con man Harold Hill arrives in a small Iowa town, he expects to dupe its residents with his elaborate moneymaking scheme: convince everyone that he’s a brilliant bandleader and recruit all the boys to join, pocketing the cash for instruments and uniforms. The problem? Some of the citizens, especially the skeptical librarian, Marian Paroo, don’t quite buy Harold’s story. As All-American as apple pie and as charming as can be, The Music Man is a crowd-pleasing show that’s perfect for the whole family. 

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by Jessica Swale

July 1st-July 30th, 2022

Rising from her roots in the London slums, Nell Gwynn became the seventeenth century’s most celebrated actress by singing and acting her way into the heart of fellow-actor Charles Hart as well as King Charles II. However, her rapid rise to fame comes with its own dangers. With her family and friends at risk, Nell must decide where her future lies….on the stage or in the palace. Commissioned by the Royal Shakespeare Company and based on the true life of Nell Gwynn, this unbelievable story is not to be missed.

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by DJ Canaday

July 20th-July 30th, 2022

Enchantments gone haywire.  A kingdom in peril. A prophecy foretold... Audiences of all ages will go hog wild as Paisley and Myrtle, two “she-roes” of unique design, are forced to take matters into their own hands in order to save the day. This original fractured fairy tale adventure will leave you squealing for more as the unlikely duo embarks on an unexpected odyssey amidst bridge trolls, hobgoblins, a dude in distress, and one very hungry mosquito. It’s snort to be missed!

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by William Shakespeare

July 2nd-July 31st, 2022

“We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.”

Magic, betrayal, love, and forgiveness. This clever romance by William Shakespeare tells the story of the magical Prospero and his daughter Miranda who are shipwrecked on an island.  In a reckless rage, Prospero conjures a tempest that inadvertently sends their lives into chaos. To restore peace to his world, Prospero must choose between revenge and forgiveness. One of Shakespeare’s final plays, The Tempest is a stunning story of love and redemption. 

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June 30th-July 31st, 2022

$105.00BUY 3 GET 1 FREE

Purchase a single ticket to the four MainStage plays to receive a discount.

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July 20th at 7:30 p.m.

Following the events of Pride and Prejudice, supporting character Charlotte Collins (née Lucas) finds herself thrown into the unexpected role of romantic leading lady as she and her witless husband embark on an adventure to Scotland. Trapped in a narrative that’s spinning out of her control, Charlotte discovers that being a romantic leading lady is much more trouble than it seems from the outside–especially with the eyes of an entire audience on her. Romance, lies, bagpipes, French spies, kilts, and prohibitively stringent manners abound in this Regency-era comedy that poses the question: what happens to the characters who don’t end up with a Mr. Darcy?


July 27th at 2:00 & 7:30 p.m.

“And those that are fools, let them use their talents.”

-William Shakespeare


The annual TSF Talent Showcase will have two performances on Wednesday July 27th, at 2:00 PM and 7:30 PM in the Van Cliburn Auditorium.

Join us for an hour of musical surprises followed by a light reception in

the theater foyer. This year's show is called

Behind the Curtain, A Theatrical Shakespearience. Due to popular demand, we have added a matinee performance allowing double the amount of attendees.


TSF Foundation Raffle

$100.00 per ticket

Only 350 tickets will be sold

The trip includes: 
Round-trip airfare from DFW to Kauai, Hawaii

5 nights at the Aston Islander Hotel

Standard convertible car rental 

$1,000 spending money

The drawing will be held during intermission of the evening performance on Sunday, 7/31/22. Reservations must be made six months in advance and travel should be completed by August 1, 2023. Travel is not permitted Nov. 20 – Jan. 5. Current Hawaii COVID-19 travel restrictions require proof of vaccination or a negative test. (Restrictions are subject to change.) 

by Grace Abele