Current Offerings

Please see the below list of Current Offerings from Fun House Theatre and Film.  To register, please click on the "Buy Now" button.

 

House of Bards - Full Tuition

 

$275

 

This show has already been cast.

 


 

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House of Bards - Half Tuition


$137.50

 

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Old McDonald's Farm - Full Tuition

 

$275

 

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Old McDonald's Farm - Half Tuition


$137.50


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Coming Soon

 

House of Bard's

 

Collaboratively created by Bren Rapp, Jeff Swearingen, Lance Lusk, and Kyle Eric Bradford
6.16-6.20


 

Charlie Varon's Rush Limbaugh in Night School

 

At the Festival of Independent Theatres

 

7.9-7.29


Jeff Swearingen’s

Old McDonald’s Farm- A Children’s Fable about The Obama Presidency

8.17-8.25  * part of our repertory run

 

Wendy Weiner’s 

Hillary- A Modern Greek Tragedy with a ( Somewhat) Happy Ending

8.17-8.25 * part of our repertory run

 

 

John Larson’s Adaptation of  
The Manchurian Candidate

10.28-11.5

 

 

Jeff Swearingen’s 

Ultimate Holiday Experience

12.2-12.10

Awards

 

Special Citation 2015-John Garcia’s The Column Awards

Best New Play of 2014: "Stiff" - DFW Critic's Forum
Dallas Observer 2014 Best Director: Jeff Swearingen 

2013 Mastermind Award - 
The Dallas Observer

Best Theatre Company 2013 -
The Dallas Observer

Best Play of 2013 - DFW Critic's Forum

Best Director of 2013 - DFW Critic's Forum

Special Citation 2013 - DFW Critics's Forum

Steve Lovett Outstanding New Work by a Local Playwright- Column Awards 2014

Best Children's Theatre 2012 -
The Dallas Observer

 

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Actor's Exploration Series

The Actor’s Exploration Series is aimed at challenging our young actors while pushing the boundaries of what audiences expect to see from “children’s theater”. Going beyond the traditional models of youth productions, our Actor’s Exploration Series centers on giving young actors the opportunity to explore complex material and for audiences to be exposed to playwrights, dramatic formats and subject matter not thought of as children’s fare. It is an unparalleled educational opportunity for the next generation of actors and an entertainment option for the theatrically savvy as well as those just being introduced to the art of theatre.

 

Next up in the series, Sam Shepherd's True West