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"Judge Margie." This piece will comprise the second act of this summer's showcase, "Not That Simple." Peggy Bott Kirby heads the cast as Judge Margaret Vest Hawthorne, a no-nonsense TV jurist who loves the law and hates foolishness. Debbie Dacus, Steven Cashion, Kristi Ramos Toler, and Steven McGaw round out the ensemble.

SATURDAY, July 13 
8:pm-10:pm.


Aaron Irwinsky-saxophones
Jeff Furgo-keyboard
Chris Hasty-upright bass
Bobby Falk-drums
Kathryn Hackett- vocals

COMING EVENTS

​​Please note: our online Box Office closes 1 hour before show time, after that you may call 817-923-9500 to see if tickets are still available. ​  Thank you.

The Bobby Falk group is a contemporary jazz group based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, performing original music and contemporary jazz. Bobby Falk is the drummer/leader since 2006, upon starting the group in Louisville, KY, and relocating to Dallas, TX in the summer of 2015.

The group primarily focuses on material blending modern and traditional jazz, with fusion influences ranging from Pat Metheny, Rick Margitza, Michael Brecker and Steps Ahead. In addition to Bobby’s acclaimed original music, the group features writing from the other band members on a consistent basis.

ARTS FIFTH AVENUE 

1628 5TH AVENUE 

FORT WORTH, TX 76104

​817-923-9500

2nd Saturday Jazz:
The Bobby Falk Group with
​Kathryn Hackett, Vocals

SceneShop 

​August 3, 9 and 10
8 pm.
Tickets: $15


"Not That Simple," stories of unforeseen complication. This edition of the 'Shop will include the world premiere of "Judge Margie," featuring Peggy Bott Kirby as a veteran jurist who tolerates no foolishness in her TV courtroom.

SECOND SUNDAY SPOKEN WORD
a Sound Culture Production

Curated & Hosted By Tammy Melody Gomez

Sunday, July 14
​Sunday, August 11
6-8 PM.....$5 at the door

Discover........Experience........Express

A word-based performance art where speakers engage in powerful self-expression by sharing their views on particular topics for a live audience, focusing on sound and presentation. Poetry, Prose, Spoken Word.