Get the babysitter or call your girlfriends! WineHaus is hosting the perfect event for a fun night out!
Indulge your inner Dionysus with an open-air evening of wine and folly at WineHaus on Saturday, Sept. 18. A live reading and performance of the raucous comedy Tartuffe, written by famous 17th century playwright, Molière, will take place under the stars in the newly renovated courtyard. And be prepared to participate. A bell will ring every time the play’s title is mentioned, inviting audience members to take a sip from their glass.
The audience will get to mingle with the actors of the Premiere Cru Theatre company for toasts throughout the event. The evening’s fare will include specials on Sancerre and charcuterie française. Curtain time is at 7:30 p.m., and there is no cover charge.
So get your Molière on and enjoy an evening of theater and wine under the stars!
1628 Park Pl Ave, Fort Worth, TX
Although she prefers burnt orange to purple, Hannah Bush is happy to call Fort Worth her new home. She began freelance writing a few years ago to break up the monotony of her 9 to 5, and to prove to her parents that she’s making good use of her journalism degree. When she’s not hanging out with her cat, Hannah can likely be found on a patio with her husband, talking about her cat.