We’re always looking for talented, professional performers to help us produce adventurous theatre. We work with both Equity and non-Equity actors, and we cast locally, as well as around the country. If you’re interested in performing on our stage, stay tuned to this page for audition opportunities.

Smart Pretty Funny
written by Kathleen Culebro
Director: Lisa Devine
Contract: AEA SPT 3/non AEA
First Rehearsal: September 26, 2016
Opening: October 20, 2016
Closing: November 13, 2016
Performances: Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8p & 2p 
Additional performances may be added.
Rehearsals and performances held at Amphibian Stage Productions:
120 S Main St
Fort Worth, TX 76104
     Monday, April 18, 2016 1-9p
     Tuesday, April 19, 2016 5-9p (Callbacks)
Note: During auditions filming may take place in the lobby and theatre. Footage may be used in a brief behind-the-scenes video.
Submitting for an audition appointment:
Please submit your headshot and resume to vanessa@amphibianstage.com with the subject line SMART PRETTY FUNNY-YOUR FULL NAME' by Monday, April 11, 2016. Appointments will be at the discretion of the staff and actors must submit a headshot and resume to be considered for an audition. If selected for an audition you will be contacted no later than Friday, April 15, 2016.
What to prepare: 
Sides will be provided.
Meg: Early 30s. An accomplished cancer researcher who has devoted her life to logic and the scientific process. She is smart, pretty, funny - all rolled up in a fierce sense of humor. Her love life mirrors her career: intense, devoted and loyal to a fault. 
Alicia: 60s. Meg's mother. Sophisticated and smart. Lovers her work and her children deeply. A guilty widow searching for peace. 
Sophia: 40s. Meg's older sister. By society's standards, she has it all: a devoted husband, child, and home; but she longs for fame and success as an actress and is starting to panic that she'll never achieve her dreams. Impulsive, idealistic and romantic.
David: 40s. Sophia's husband. A professor of cinematic studies. He plans and anticipates everything. He is not a risk taker. Sophia is his source of adventure, which he loves... except when it makes him crazy. 
Teddy: Early 60s. Scholarly and quiet. A widower whose wife was taken from him abruptly. Enjoys the finer things in life: good food and wine. He watches and listens to the world around him closely. He sees what no one else seems to. When he does speak, his opinions are strong and thought-provoking. 
Casting note: We are looking for actors that reflect our diverse world. Casting will be inclusive. 
About the play: 
People say that there is someone for everyone, but when fate sends a letter to every person on Earth revealing their one true love, Meg is left alone without a match. Confused and hurt while her boyfriend flies across the world to meet his new love, she turns to her family and finds that she may just be better off without a soul mate. Smart Pretty Funny is a provacative and captivating comedy about love, loneliness, motherhood, and the idea that life never turns out the way you planned. 


Are you a theatre professional interested in working with us? We want to meet you! We accept applications from directors, designers, technicians, and other professionals year-round. To submit your interest in working with us email Linsey at linsey@amphibianstage.com.

Script Submissions

Amphibian welcomes script submissions from March 1 through June 30 of each year.

Scripts should fit the following criteria:

  • small cast (5 or fewer)
  • author is a member of the Dramatists Guild 
  • only one script per author per year

To submit a script:

  • Send a hard copy of the first 20 pages of the script, along with a title page, character breakdown, production history (if any) and a playwright bio.
  • Script pages should be numbered.
  • Electronic submissions will not be accepted in the preliminary round.

Mail to: 

Amphibian Stage Productions
Attn: Literary Department
120 South Main Street
Fort Worth, TX 76104

What to expect:

  • All submissions will be read by a minimum of two readers.
  • All submissions will receive a response no later than October 1 of the year it was submitted.
  • Please do not follow up before October 1.


We have internship opportunities available during the fall and spring semesters and during the summer. For more information email Linsey at linsey@amphibianstage.com.


We couldn’t do what we do without the help of our dedicated volunteers. We are always looking for extra help around the theater whether it’s wrapping cookies, sending mailings, or working front of house at showtime, we need you! For more information email Scott at scott@amphibianstage.com.


Amphibian is currently accepting applications of qualified persons for the position of Development, Membership & Patron Services Associate

Responsibilities include:
  • Serving as primary contact for patrons, including managing member ticket reservations and member benefits
  • Grant writing and research
  • Donor cultivation
  • Develop community partnerships
  • Oversee planning of annual fundraiser
  • Assisting Artistic team with internal and external communications and campaigns (e-blasts, newsletters, programs, social media outlets)
  • Managing patron data, including processing & acknowledging contributions and importing/exporting patron lists
  • Managing other internal ticket requests including media trades, cast/crew comp requests, group sales, etc.
  • Assisting with special events
  • Assisting with other administrative tasks as needed
  • 1-3 years of related administrative/development experience in the arts
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills
  • Superb organizational and writing skills
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, social media platforms
  • InDesign experience is a strong plus
  • Experience with box office/database/e-mail systems (OvationTix and MailChimp or comparable)
  • Proactive, detail-oriented, collaborative, and willing to help out where ever help is needed with our fun and professional team
  • Available evenings and weekends during productions

Salary is commensurate with experience. Position is full-time salaried. Please send a resume, writing sample and cover letter to Kathleen Culebro at kathleen@amphibianstage.com.