Amphibian Stage Productions Presents Wittenberg

Amphibian Stage Productions continues its 12th season with the regional premiere of Wittenberg by David Davalos. Amphibian veteran, David A. Miller, directs an ensemble cast in this witty comedy that runs from July 7 to 24 at the Hardy & Betty Sanders Theatre in the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

Wittenberg plays in Fort Worth July 7 to 24, with Thursday, Friday, and Saturday performances at 8:00pm and Sunday matinees at 2:00pm. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors, and $15 for students.

For tickets and more information, theatergoers can call 817-923-3012, visit, or write to Hardy and Betty Sanders Theater is located at 1300 W. Gendy St., Fort Worth, TX 76107.

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About Wittenberg

Set during late October of 1517 in what is now Germany, this smart, sprightly, and audacious battle of wits features university colleagues Dr. Faustus (a man of appetites), Martin Luther (a man of faith), and their student Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark (a youth struggling not only with his beliefs but also with his tennis game). Playwright David Davalos brings us the story behind the stories in a witty, charming and accessible exploration of reason versus faith.

Wittenberg received its world premiere at Arden Theatre Company in Philadelphia in 2008 and has since been produced at Orlando Shakespeare Theater, Rep Stage in Columbia, Maryland, and the Pearl Theater in New York, among others. The New York Times called Wittenberg “a crackling good bit of entertainment” and said, “Hilarity, thy name is ‘Wittenberg.’ The NY Post declared it “a delightful romp that’s as accessible as it is thought-provoking,” and The Huffington Post remarked, “’To be or not to be’ never sounded so entertaining.”

Director David A. Miller, who has previously directed Gutenberg! The Musical! and Below the Belt for Amphibian, will lead an ensemble cast that includes Jay Duffer as Martin Luther, Brandon J. Murphy as Faustus, Jule Nelson-Duac as The Eternal Feminine, and Robert James Walsh as Hamlet.

About Amphibian Stage Productions

Amphibian Stage Productions is a non-profit theatre company founded in 2000 by three alumni of TCU’s Department of Theatre who strive to produce innovative and engaging works of theatre that challenge the way we see the world around us. Now in its twelfth season, Amphibian has produced numerous groundbreaking and challenging plays (some regional premieres, others US or world premieres) that foster a deeper understanding of ourselves as members of the global community. The company is widely recognized for its stylistically and thematically varied scripts.

Committed to nurturing young and diverse audiences, Amphibian has developed a strong internship program, a summer acting workshop for teens, and a dynamic outreach project, Jumbies Fort Worth!, that is steadily increasing the company’s visibility and following. The group travels to schools and community centers, performing and spreading a message of multicultural collaboration and tolerance.

In addition, actors visit schools to lead acting workshops and talkback sessions with students. The company actively reaches out to young people and strives to foster a new generation of audience members by offering students very low cost or free tickets to all performances.

Amphibian is generously funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, Texas Commission on the Arts, the Arts Council of Fort Worth and Tarrant County, Ann L. & Carol Greene Rhodes Charitable Trust, Amon G. Carter Foundation, Alcon Foundation, the Nell V. Bailey Charitable Trust, Wells Fargo Bank, Mrs. Betty J. Sanders, William E. Scott Foundation, The Rug Company, Out of Nowhere Website Design, Bates Container, Pier 1 Imports, and the Devonian Society, a group of Amphibian’s devoted donors who are proud to be the force behind nurturing the next generation of artists and audiences.