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  • Texas Theatre

    Texas Theatre

    231 W. Jefferson Blvd. Dallas, TX 75208
    214-948-1546

    http://www.thetexastheatre.com This historic theater -- best known as the place where Lee Harvey Oswald was apprehended after assassinating JFK -- was revived in a major way in 2010 and is now known as the place to catch obscure indie and horror flicks, silent movies and 35-mm versions of newer flicks. The authentically retro lobby bar offers a full menu of drinks and an old vinyl soundtrack and plays host to various events from art shows to burlesque. More >>

  • Theater Too!

    Theater Too!

    2800 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-871-3300

    http://www.theatre3dallas.com The downstairs sibling to the Quadrangle’s theater-in-the-round, Theater Three, Theatre Too! is a smaller venue performing quirkier, darker productions, many of which are original. Whichever one you choose, it’ll certainly be a welcome departure from the typical boozing-with-bros that makes up the majority of Uptown’s nightlife scene. (Pro tip: The air conditioning can be a little intense, so ask the friendly folks at the ticket booth for a blanket if you find your teeth chattering.) More >>

  • Theatre Arlington

    305 Main St. Arlington, TX 76010
    817-275-7661

    http://www.theatrearlington.org

  • Theatre Coppell

    157 S. Moore Road Coppell, TX 75019
    972-745-7719

    http://www.theatrecoppell.com

  • Theatre Three

    Theatre Three

    2800 Routh St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-871-3300

    http://www.theatre3dallas.com Nestled into the Uptown plaza known as the Quadrangle, this black-box style theater-in-the-round’s location makes dinner and a show all too convenient (MoMo’s, Dream Cafe and the British Beverage Co. are all just a stone’s throw away). A diverse array of productions has included everything from Enron to Avenue Q. The concentric set-up means actors can enter -- and exit -- from anywhere, so be wary when sneaking off for a bathroom break lest you collide with one of them. More >>

  • Trinity Arts Theatre

    Trinity Arts Theatre

    2819 R D Hurt Bedford, TX 76021
    817-571-3717

  • Trinity Arts Theatre at Bedford Boys Ranch

    2801 Forest Ridge Drive Bedford, TX 76021-4639
    817-652-2222

  • The Undermain Theatre

    The Undermain Theatre

    3200 Main St., Dallas Dallas, TX 75226
    214-747-1424

    http://www.undermain.org

  • University of North Texas - Sky Theater

    1704 W. Mulberry St. Denton, TX 76201
    940-369-8213

  • University of North Texas Department of Dance and Theatre

    1179 Union Circle Denton, TX 76203
    940-565-2428

  • University of Texas at Dallas - University Theatre

    University of Texas at Dallas - University Theatre

    800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, TX Richardson, TX 75080
    972-883-2111

    http://www.utdallas.edu

  • Upstart Productions

    161 Riveredge Drive Dallas, TX 75207
    214-809-9812

    This nonprofit theater company, started by a young business analyst who minored in theater at the University of Texas at Dallas, attracts some of the city’s youngest and brightest -- and that’s sort of the point. They aim to help new talent break into a biz that typically can take years to crack (hence the name) and they’ve been wildly successful thus far -- just take a look at all the awards they’ve racked up. Catch a show at their usual venue, the Green Zone in the Design District. More >>

  • Uptown Players

    Uptown Players

    3636 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas, TX 75219
    214-219-2718

    http://www.uptownplayers.org A nonprofit theater group on a mission, the talented troupe of Uptown Players put their dramatic skills to good use by putting on productions that aim to increase awareness of relevant social issues in a campy and hilarious way: Think Mommie Queerest and Re-Designing Women. Their ability to strike that balance has bought them a loyal following in the Oak Lawn community and beyond, with scores of loyal season subscribers. More >>

  • Uptown Theater

    Uptown Theater

    120 E. Main St. Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX 75050
    972-237-8786

    http://www.uptowntheatergp.com

  • UTD Theatre

    2601 N. Floyd Richardson, TX 75080
    972-883-2552

    http://www.utdallas.edu/ah/

  • Water Tower Theatre

    Water Tower Theatre

    15650 Addison Road Addison, TX 75001
    972-450-6232

  • WaterTower Theatre

    WaterTower Theatre

    15650 Addison Road Addison, TX 75001
    972-450-6230

    http://www.watertowertheatre.org You might not think of arts and culture when you think of Addison, land of corporate headquarters and chain restaurants, but you should: The resident theater company of the Addison Theatre Centre (one of the most impressive venues in the area) has produced an eclectic repertoire every season since 1996, with productions ranging from Shakespeare’s As You Like It to the creepy barbershop musical Sweeney Todd. More >>

  • William Edrington Scott Theatre

    William Edrington Scott Theatre

    1300 Gendy St. Fort Worth, TX 76107
    817-738-1938

    http://www.fwculture.com/scott.htm

  • The Winspear Opera House

    The Winspear Opera House

    2403 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201-2415
    214-880-0202

    http://www.dallasopera.org If you’ve ever wondered what the hell that big, red, round thing in the Arts District is, we’re here to inform you that it’s our world-renowned Winspear (not to be confused with Winstar -- that’s another behemoth of a structure, albeit a considerably less cultured one). A modern interpretation of the typical opera house, it’s home to both The Dallas Opera and the Texas Ballet Theater, and it’s pretty damned majestic. Not an opera fan? It has also hosted plenty of other events, like NPR’s Wait Wait … Don’t Tell Me! and standup from iconic comedian Jerry Seinfeld. More >>

  • Wyly Theatre

    Wyly Theatre

    2400 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-880-0202

    http://www.attpac.org One of the four venues at the epicenter of the Arts District, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Wyly is one of the city’s most distinctive structures. It was designed by renowned architect Rem Koolhaas, and its trailblazing 12-story layout means the theater can switch to any number of different configurations at the press of a (very high-tech) button. Whether you’re a drama nerd or an admitted theater hater, it’s worth a visit for the architecture alone. More >>

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