Author: Jacy

Jacy is the Digital Media Specialist at Casa Mañana. When she's not at the theatre, you can find her playing the French horn or working out with Camp Gladiator around Fort Worth.

Grease

March 2-10

Sneak Peek!

The Emperor’s New Clothes, now through Feb. 17

Casa Mañana Studios

Produced by students in the Acting for Camera class

Meet the Cast of The Emperor’s New Clothes

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Nigel Hall as “Emperor Marcus III”   Last role at Casa: “Theo” in Twas the Night Before Christmas Hometown: Wichita, Kansas Favorite role ever played: “Donkey” in Shrek: The Musical How would you describe your character? “Emperor Marcus III” is the protagonist of this musical. He’s meek, but intelligent, and just wants to live up… Read more »

A Look Back at Casa’s 2018

Thank you for a wonderful 2018!

Carole J. Bufford: Fearless Females

In the Reid Cabaret, April 10-13

David Coffee’s Top Ten Shows at Casa Mañana

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  Fort Worth legend David Coffee will be performing in his 89th show at Casa Mañana as the “Swindler” in our Children’s Theatre production of The Emperor’s New Clothes, February 1-17. David was just 11 years old in his first production at Casa: The Wind in the Willows in 1968. After more than 40 years of entertaining… Read more »

Why We Teach: Jobs in Theatre Education

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by Kate Lovelady, Director of Education, and Hannah Argüelles, Education Manager   Kate Lovelady, Director of Education and Outreach Years at Casa: Teacher since 2016, Director of Education since May 2018 School attended: Texas Christian University Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre Age you started in theatre: Age 3 in creative dramatics class at Casa Mañana… Read more »

Casa’s Top Ten Benefits of Theatre Education

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by Kate Lovelady, Director of Education, and Hannah Argüelles, Education Manager 1. Self-Confidence Taking risks in class and performing for an audience teach students to trust their ideas and abilities. This confidence will apply in nearly every aspect of their future. 2. Imagination In a world addicted to technology, theatre provides an outlet for making creative… Read more »

The Emperor’s New Clothes

Do the clothes make the emperor? Find out Feb. 1-17