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  • Dallas Black Dance Theater

    Dallas Black Dance Theater

    2700 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-871-2376

    http://www.dbdt.com The city’s oldest continuously operating dance company, this troupe was founded way back in 1976. Aiming to cross cultural boundaries with productions that range from modern and slick to ethnic and traditional, they tour internationally and even performed as part of the 2012 London Olympics. More >>

  • Dallas Chamber Music

    2711 Gaston Avenue Dallas, TX 75226
    972-392-3267

  • Dallas Puppet Theater

    Dallas Puppet Theater

    3905 Main St. Dallas, TX 75226-1229
    214-515-0004

    http://www.puppetry.org If you’re a fan of Punch and Judy (or even just The Muppets), you’ll probably find something to like from this longstanding nonprofit group dedicated to promoting the art of puppetry. They perform with hand puppets, marionettes and even shadow puppets -- yes, shadow puppeteer is a real job -- at schools and festivals all over the region, and you can even hire them to appear at your kid’s (or your own) birthday party. More >>

  • The Green Zone

    161 Riveredge Drive Dallas, TX 75207
    214-321-0121

  • KD Studio Theatre

    2600 N. Stemmons Freeway, Dallas, TX Dallas, TX 75207

  • Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

    Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center

    2301 Flora St. Dallas, TX 75201
    214-670-3600

    http://www.dallassymphony.com Besides being an essential piece of the Dallas skyline, this I.M. Pei-designed venue is also world-renowned for its resident Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The incredible acoustics and 4,500-pipe organ must be heard to be believed. If you haven’t been since your fifth-grade class trip, it’s probably worth revisiting. Not into Tchaikovsky? Snag tickets for a night when they’re performing music from Hitchcock films or reviving jazz classics by Duke Ellington. More >>

  • S.T.A.G.E.

    1106 Lupo Drive Dallas, TX 75207
    214-630-7722

    http://www.stage-online.org

  • The Undermain Theatre

    The Undermain Theatre

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

    http://www.undermain.org

  • 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 >>

  • 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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