- Man of La Mancha
May 15th – 31st
A thrilling new production of one of the best loved musicals, Man of La Mancha vividly imagines Don Quixote through the life of the great Spanish novelist Miguel de Cervantes. The musical moves seamlessly between incarceration and Cervantes's own outsized imagination, where his noble idealism finds expression in his great literary creation, Don Quixote. Man of La Mancha is a testament to the triumph of the human spirit. Join us as the footlights disappear, time ceases to exist and the "Man of La Mancha" speaks for humankind remaining with your soul well after the shows final bow. Dare to dream the impossible!
After 2012's exciting and gorgeous exhibit, Cuentos de la Ciudad, Eric Villarreal has returned to the Artes de la Rosa Gallery for a new exhibit titled Oscuro: Myths and Monsters of Latino América.
"In my current exhibit I am focusing on the myths and monsters of Latinoamérica. Latino parents have used these monsters as warnings to their children to stay in bed at night or to encourage good behavior. They range from local legends such as "La Lechuza" and "La Llorona" to distant South American monsters like "El Codejo". Through my artistic interpretations, I hope to evoke old thoughts and feelings of things that go bump in the night and to continue the oral traditions that have been passed down generation after generation." - Eric Villarreal
The public is invited to an opening reception for the artist on Friday May 8th from 6 to 9 pm. At 7:00 pm, a special Sneak Peek Performance of Artes de la Rosa's forthcoming Man of La Mancha will be followed by a brief artist's presentation by Eric Villarreal followed by a special Q&A period. Find out more about this free event by calling the Rose Marine Theater at 817-624-8333. Artes de la Rosa's Art Gallery is located at 1442 North Main Street, Fort Worth Texas 76164.Read More
Summer Camp Production
June 28th, 2015
Jitterbug is a celebration of the dance, its origins, its time and place. The story is told by characters who once lived and loved in this brand new scrappy era.Read More