It's like an Open House only BETTER! There will be snacks, drinks, a play reading and raffle prizes!! Call 214 630-7722 to RSVP! We'll be doing a reading of Joe's Ashes by Shelley Kaehr at 2:30pm. Come join the fun and win a prize!!!
Current POSTED HOURS:
Every Saturday from 12noon-4pm. Closed the entire month of December.
Otherwise, STAGE is open by Appointment only unless we have a class, rental or event on-site.
In any case, PLEASE Call 214 630-7722 before you come down.
If you learn only 1 thing from us, it's this...If you have to pay for an audition, it is a SCAM!
STAGE has perusal scripts to help our members prepare for auditions and call-backs. These scripts are for members only and cannot be taken from STAGE.
Be sure to visit www.theatrejones.com for local theater production dates, reviews (and yes, even gossip)!
Also look for production information on our website under ABOUT S.T.A.G.E. Look for Local Performances
Beth Bontley - After graduating from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, with a degree in Speech and Drama, Beth Bontley made her way up to Boston. There she performed in everything from clowning to Shakespeare, including a stint as a singing ench. She also started her own business, teaching acting. She then graduated from the Circle in the Square Professional Theater School, in NYC. While there, she worked in all of the departments of the Circle in the Square Broadway Theater. While in NY, she worked in every aspect of off-off Broadway theatre, from producing to stage management, and lots of work onstage. She has also studied Native American philosophy, and creative goals strategies. From that she became a speaker, seminar leader and coach. She has been published in 6 newsletters/magazines; has been a featured guest on 6 cable TV shows in NYC, and over 21 radio programs on WOR in NY. She has self published 2 books and an audiotape. Currently she teaches acting at TCU, Tarrant Community College, Dallas Summer Musicals and STAGE. Recently she developed and directed a TCU summer camp for talented teens. Locally, she has appeared as Emma in Echo Theater's production of "Fefu and her Friends," in Theatre 3's "The Women," and as Theresa in Circle Theater's "The Memory of Water."