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Fort Worth, TX (July 6, 2018) – As the Jubilee Theatre closes out its 37 season of bringing theatrical excellence, the award-winning Theatre is proud to present Sheldon Epps’s Blues in the Night, beginning July 27, 2018 – August 26, 2018. More here


Ft Worth, TX – Jubilee Theatre, one of the longest running African-American theaters, announces their 38th Season. Click here to learn more. 


Fort Worth, TX (May 4, 2018) –  As the Jubilee Theatre continues to celebrate 37 years of theatrical excellence, the award-winning Theatre is proud to present Lydia R. Diamond’s “Stick Fly” beginning May 25, 2018 – June 24, 2018.‚Äč Click here to learn more


Check out the inaugural edition of Jubilee's new quarterly newsletter, 506MAIN, click here to read more!


Community leader, Norma Roby, joins Jubilee Theatre as the Honorary Chair for this year's Fundraising Gala "Showtime."  Read more.


At Jubilee Theatre, It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues tells the story of the American music form. Read more...


Fort Worth, TX – Celebrating 37 years of theatrical excellence, the award-winning Jubilee Theatre revisits a pivotal time in American history with Dominique Morisseau’s gripping Detroit ’67. Set against the backdrop of the Detroit riots, Morisseau’s Edward M. Kennedy Prize-winning story remains eerily relevant today. Click Here to read more. 


In Sarasota this time of year, hundreds of fans celebrate “A Motown Christmas” with the singers and dancers of the Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe.

Now a Fort Worth, Texas, theater is getting into the act. Read more.


DeMille Cole-Heard shines as Al Green in a special performance of Saturday Nights, Sunday Mornings for Jubilee Theatre. Click to learn more.