The Ochre House

825 Exposition Ave.
Dallas, TX 75226-1743
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  • Wed-Sat 8pm-10pm
This teeny-tiny “alternative theater” in Expo Park may have relatively limited resources, with room for only 45 patrons, but its productions -- many of the originals penned by ensemble members -- pack a punch. The resident troupe puts on some of the more envelope-pushing productions you’ll encounter in the Dallas theater scene, from slapstick workplace comedies to scary psychological thrillers.

Related Stories (27)

  • Ochre House Deserves Stomps of Approval for Flamenco Drama Buñuel Descending
    3 months ago by Elaine Liner

    Not much dialogue, but wow, what sizzling drama in Matthew Posey’s latest play, Buñuel Descending, which enjoyed a short sold-out run at Ochre House. A revival is a must, the sooner the better for this sexy one-act that let music an...

  • Expo Park's Ochre House Theater is a Regular Showcase for Dallas Musicians
    7 months ago by Doug Davis

    Matt Posey doesn't create theater the way he's supposed to. He does it a little backwards. When the Ochre House artistic director sits down to start work on a new production, he doesn't think about who will play the starring role or...

  • Map Your Way to the Ochre House
    10 months ago by Lauren Smart

    When you step into the Ochre House Theater (825 Exposition Ave.), you enter another world — a world entirely of artistic director Matthew Posey's creation. His small group of ruffians puts together shows every six weeks, and t...

  • Dystopian Love Story
    1 year ago by Lauren Smart

    Described as "a powerful play about love in a dystopian society," Ochre House Theater's newest musical, Flower in the Machine, by Kevin Grammer promises all the things we've come to love about this splendid little company, which we ...

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