Pixie Posy, Hip Pocket Theatre

Photo by Loli Kantor


July 16, 2021 to August 08, 2021
09:00 PM

This event occurs weekly, 1 week(s) on Sunday, Friday, Saturday


Hip Pocket Theatre View map
1950 Silver Creek Road,
Fort Worth, TX, 76108

Additional Information

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  • Line/Box Office Phone: 817/246-9775
  • Cost: Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors, military, teachers and students; $10 for children. $20 for dinner.
  • Ages: This play is family-friendly


Hip Pocket Theatre’s 45th season continues with the world premiere of Pixie Posy, which is inspired by 19th and 20th-century fairy paintings, including The Piper of Dreams, The Wounded Fawn, and Fairy Hordes Attacking a Bat, as well as the Cottingley fairy photos, the veracity and significance of which were the subject of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Coming of the Fairies. The play is family-friendly.

Performances held at the Hip Pocket's outdoor theater on Fridays–Sundays July 16 through August 8. The play begins promptly at 9pm with absolutely no late seating. Gates open at 7pm, so come enjoy a magical night under the stars.

About Pixie Posy
Fairies and wee pixies, like children, are both mischievous and sweet. Oft winged and ever in the wings. For there are realms and there are layers. Oh yes, and angels too, are there. Amongst the pipers, woodland creatures, and night-mares.

At times we are misguided. Hoodwinked, spun, and bent. By little hands of mischief, laughing as they went. And at times we are healed, by little hands of love (some cut-out and some real). The better angels of our nature, through offerings, revealed. Let us consider these wee little ones that have danced (and perhaps do dance) among us. Be a gathering. And turn that cloak, for fairy folks are in the oaks!

Written by by Lake Simons and John Dyer. Book, lyrics and music by John Dyer.
Lake Simons, Managing Artistic Director of the Hip Pocket, is a nationally celebrated playwright, director and puppeteer. Her puppetry and mask designs have been featured at numerous prestigious venues, including New York Shakespeare Festival and on Broadway. John Dyer is a New York-based singer-songwriter, composer, and visual artist who has been writing, recording, presenting, and performing since 1990.

Note: Dinner service is temporarily suspended in light of recent upturns in COVID numbers. Beverage service will continue.

HipCafe in The Backyard
The Backyard is the theatre’s outdoor café where local musicians before and after each performance. Menus will change with each show but will always feature a variety of delicious choices that could include Certified Humane® meats, assorted fine cheeses, fruits, vegetables, and bread, along with dessert and a non-alcoholic beverage. Beer and wine will be available for purchase at the theatre. All of tableware and utensils are sustainably sourced and fully compostable.

All dinners must be reserved a day in advance by contacting the office at hpt@hippocket.org or 817/246-9775. Dinners can also be purchased in advance online at www.hippocket.org.