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The Wildcatter Exchange is proud to be the Fort Worth Weekly’s Critic’s Choice award winner for ‘Best Art Collective’ 2014


Wildcatter Exchange 2015

March 27 & 28

In the Historic South Main Village

The Wildcatter Exchange is a 501(c)3 Limited Liability Corporation. All donations are tax deductible.

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The Wildcatter Exchange Radio Hour is On The Air

February 22, 2015, 4 Day Weekend Theatre, 312 Houston Street

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The Wildcatter Exchange Radio Hour with your master of ceremonies, James Hinkle is produced by Rob Bosquez and Michael H. Price, prominent figures within the Southwestern arts community. The centerpiece of the show will be a performance of Arch Oboler’s The Dark, featuring Price and Josh Alan Friedman as investigators who confront an otherworldly force. First performed in 1936 on the radio show Lights Out, The Dark also will feature the voice of Shae Lynn Goldston, of Hip Pocket Theatre, and sound effects by Doug Hopkins and Todd Camp. Also on the program will be original comedy and dramatic pieces, musical guests, and interviews with assorted personalities.

Thanks to everyone who attended our Tyler Black Film Symposium.

What a great Success!


Thank you Fort Worth For Supporting the inaugural Wildcatter Exchange!

March 2014 Participants Included:

Bud Kennedy, Michael H. Price, Tammy Melody Gomez, Texas poet laureates Karla K. Morton and Alan Birkelbach, Scott Krokowski, Jeff Prince, James Michael Taylor, Chrystal Anne, Patricia Vermillion, Peter Gorman, The Dallas Screenwriters Association, Endeavor Cinema Group, Dr. James Riddlesperger. Cary Darling, Matt Smith, Giles McCrary, Kirby Warnock, Richard F. Selcer, Kevin S. Foster, Tom Huckabee, Mark A. Nobles, Jacob Furr, Kevin Aldridge, Vincent Neil Emerson, Andrew Blanton, Rebecca Balcarcel, LeeAnn Olivier, Jeffrey DeLotto, Tony Rizzo, Richard Bailey, Mike Nichols, Pecha Kucha Fort Worth and many more. The WOW Bus was on hand and the Tarrant Makers built and launched Confetti Rockets. You could take your picture in the Photo Booth and of course meet, mix and mingle with writers, poets, filmmakers, song writers and journalists!  If you have ever read a book, watched a movie, gone to a play, listened to live or recorded music, read a newspaper, magazine or comic book, this is the event for YOU!

Everybody loves a good story

Programming Partners

Amphibian Stage Productions

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TCU PressThe Starr ConspiracyShipping & Receiving Bar

Endeavor Cinema GroupThe Artful Village
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Programming Partners

 Near Southside
 Old Home Supply

Volunteers Needed

Making the Wildcatter successful requires dedicated volunteers to make guests and talent feel comfortable and welcome.

The Wildcatter Exchange is looking for 30 to 40 energetic, outgoing volunteers to help run the festival. Of course, care will be taken in scheduling so that you can attend all the Wildcatter programs of interest to you.

If you would like to volunteer please contact:

Paula Knowles


The Wildcatter Exchange is open and free to the public but that does not mean we don’t need your support. If you have the means and inclination please find the ‘Donate Today’ button on this page and help us make The Wildcatter Exchange Fort Worth’s best new entertainment and cultural event of 2014! Come on! Be a Wildcatter!