Directed by
Sharon Kaye Miller


Steven D. Morris   Jenna Anderson
Laurie Long            Micah Green


After twenty-two years of raising children in the suburbs, Greg and Kate move to Manhattan. As Greg's career as a financial trader is winding down, Kate's career, as a public-school English teacher, is taking off. Greg brings home a dog he found in the park—or that has found him—bearing only the name "Sylvia" on her name tag. A street-smart mixture of Lab and Poodle, Sylvia becomes a major bone of contention between husband and wife. She offers Greg an escape from the frustrations of his job and the unknowns of middle age. To Kate, Sylvia becomes a rival for affection. And Sylvia thinks Kate just doesn't understand the relationship between a man and his dog. The marriage is put in serious jeopardy until, after a series of hilarious and touching complications, Greg and Kate learn to compromise, and Sylvia becomes a valued part of their lives.

Appropriate for audiences aged 16 and up.
Adult language.

January 12 - February 4, 2018

Thursdays @ 7:30pm
Fridays & Saturdays @ 8pm
Sundays @ 2pm

Click HERE for Tickets!

Photos by Eric Younkin


Symphony of Arlington


"Holiday in Vienna"

featuring Oliver Weder

December 14th 2017


Arlington Music Hall

SymphonyArlington.org | (817) 385-0484



Weihnachts Overture


"Rapture" from Dies Natalis


Danses carateristiques...



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The Arlington Arts League’s

December General Meeting 

Featuring Master Potter

Linh Nguyen

Arlington Museum of Art

201 W Main Street

Arlington, Texas 76010

November 17, 2017

Contact: Dr. Julienne Greer, University of Texas at Arlington Department of Theatre Arts

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University of Texas at Arlington’s

Maverick Dance Company



Maverick Dance Company presents VIA DANCE, a collection of new, entertaining and progressive dance works running December 8-10, 2017. The concert title, VIA DANCE, is based on a perspective that through dance, we can communicate what is often challenging to put into words, that dance can simultaneously speak many languages and connect us on a visceral level. Artistic Director, Amanda Jackson and Associate Artistic Director, Meredith Knight Treminio are joined by student choreographers: Yesenia Barrera, Austin Ray Beck, Niki Davis, Emily Finley, Ana Karen Maestre, Megan Medina, Stephanie Ramirez, and Natalie Thomas. VIA DANCE includes a variety dance styles including modern, contemporary ballet, salsa, hip-hop, and musical theatre jazz.

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  • Arlington Museum of Art 201 West Main Street Arlington, TX, 76010 United States


It's time to Rock the House! Put on your jeans, concert t-shirt and join us for a fun night benefiting teachers and students of AISD.

This fundraising event includes a barbecue dinner, live auction, silent auction and entertainment for the evening. Co-chairs Amy & Mike Wade are planning a fabulous event!

Be sure and secure your tickets early—seating is limited. Tickets provide access to main event, dinner and all festivities. 





A malevolent curse transforms a prince into a frightful
beast until a magical red rose kindles a romance.

CHOREOGRAPHER: Lew Christensen

COMPOSER: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – with Live Orchestra

Thursday September 7th – 7:30pm Winspear Opera House

Sunday October 1st – 7pm Bass Performance Hall

$20 tickets for your organization use promo code TBTORG

Call 877-828-9200 ext 1 or visit www.texasballettheater.org

August 24, 2017


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Musical Memory Singers, a new choir in Arlington,
offers a special time for those with Alzheimers/Dementia,
their caregivers and volunteers a real chance to sing songs
from their past.

Those diagnosed with mild – intermediate Alzheimers/Dementia will
enjoy the opportunity to be with others who are going through some
of the same experiences they are socially and emotionally.  Their
caregivers are invited to sing-a-long with the choir in joyous song.
A similar choir has been active in Minneapolis, MN for several years.
Arlington needs one, too.   Check It out here .. “Giving Voice Chorus”

University of Texas at Arlington’s

Department of Theatre Arts announces

Maverick Theatre Company and Maverick Dance Company’s

2017-2018 Season


ARLINGTON, TX—Professor Kim LaFontaine, Chair and Producer of the University of Texas at Arlington’s Department of Theatre Arts, announces the 2017-2018 Maverick Theatre Company Season.

Maverick Theatre Company is excited to offer an exceptional mix of theatre, dance, comedy improvisation, musical theatre and opera events for the 2017-2018 season! This year, MTC is producing a hilarious Tony Award-winning musical; a Shakespearean comedy, two Puccini one-act operas, a world premiere by one of our playwrights-in-residence, dance concerts, improv events and a new MavLab series featuring faculty and student-directed works. The season leads with THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE by William Finn, Rachel Sheinkin, Rebecca Feldman and Jay Reiss. Shakespeare’s delightful comedy, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM follows! The spring brings two of Puccini’s best loved one-act operas, SUOR ANGELICA & GIANNI SCHICCHI, co-produced with the Department of Music. MavPlays 2018 features the world premiere of Natalie Gaupp’s 100 BRAINS. And, don’t miss the stunning choreography of MAVERICK DANCE COMPANY, the raucous on-the-spot comedy performances of FLIGHT 12 COMEDY IMPROV TROUPE, and the one-act series of innovative plays MAVLAB.


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AT ARLINGTON - JUNE 16-17, 2017

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Tickets:  http://holdmyticket.com/event/279446  (FREE TICKETS SATURDAY EVENING AFTER 6:00p)

Arlington, Texas, will host the first Sister Market location of the internationally renowned International Folk Art Market | Santa Fe, rated the Best Art Festival in America by USA Today. Taking place June 16-17, 2017  at The Green at College Park, on The University of Texas at Arlington campus, the market will feature 35 master artists and their handmade goods from such diverse countries as Italy, Ghana, Uzbekistan, Nigeria, Ukraine, South Sudan, Myanmar, and Peru, among others. The Santa Fe International Folk Art Market at Arlington will begin on June 16 with a VIP event at The Green, where guests will enjoy the ambiance of a Night in Old Havana, and have the first opportunity to shop the market. On June 17, the market will be open to the public and include internationally inspired food and entertainment and of course beautiful folk art for sale. To learn more about the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market at Arlington, please contact Linda Dipert at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 817-271-5809

Timeless Concerts presents THE SOUND OF MUSIC IN AUSTRIA! Sat. July 15, 8pm at the Arlington Museum of Art

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The musicians of Timeless Concerts are excited to introduce the Trio Phantasy of Austrian composer Joseph Marx (1882-1964) to our audience! Marx, born in Graz, the capital of Austria, studied violin, cello and piano, and took degrees in philosophy and art history, all the while composing music at Graz University.  He obtained the position of professor of theory at the Vienna Music Academy. He also was an adviser to the Turkish government in laying the foundations of a conservatory in Ankara. Marx's music drew from many sources. He could be called a late romantic impressionist. Although one can hear certain affinities with the music of Debussy, Ravel, Respighi, Richard Strauss, Brahms, and Mahler, his sound is nonetheless his own. Of course, we cannot have an Austrian themed concert without including music of the famous musical, that portrayed the Von Trapp family of Austria: The Sound of Music by Rodgers and Hammerstein! We promise two sing-alongs! Our opera singers will also represent Austria with arias by Mozart from Don Giovanni and more.




Welcome to The Arlington Arts League!

The Arlington Arts League, Inc. was approved by the State of Texas and the Internal Revenue Service as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) arts organization on November 20, 1996.  The organization promotes and supports the visual and performing arts, art education, cultural events, volunteer participation in the Art Docent and ArtReach programs, and other special community service projects.

The Arts League's programs and community service projects are funded by an annual fundraiser and individual gifts.  Programs supported by the League include but are not limited to the following:

Art Docent Program:  A program to recruit and train docents to assist with art education in the Arlington Independent School District's (AISD) 5th & 6th grades.  Informative training sessions are held monthly (Sept. - April) on pre-selected works of art.  The Arts League provides limited funds for resources and materials. All Art Docents receive Honorary Memberships to the Arlington Arts League.

ArtReach Program:  A program designed to make the arts accessible to young and old alike through events at retirement centers, children's activity centers, and shelters.  Presentations include art demonstrations, "hands-on" art projects,  musical performances, and field trips to performing arts productions.

Scholarship Program:  Scholarships are awarded to students enrolled in the Fine Arts Programs at UTA, TCC Southeast Campus, and graduating seniors from Arlington High Schools entering into a Fine Arts Program.  Winners are chosen through auditions and judging conducted each spring by the League.  All scholarships are funded by the League's annual fundraiser and memorial scholarships presented by benefactors.

Membership is open to all who are interested in the objectives of the organization.  Meetings and special events are held throughout the year for members and prospective members.

As Arlington continues to grow, make sure the Arts grow as well!  Become a member today, and help support the many programs and projects delivered by the Arlington Arts League!