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Dallas Children's Theater

5938 Skillman St. Dallas, TX 75231-7608 | Northeast Dallas | 214-978-0110

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This nonprofit company, recognized far and wide as one of the nation’s top professional theaters, aims to entertain rug rats and grown folk alike with an ever-evolving list of family-friendly productions like The Wizard of Oz, To Kill a Mockingbird and James and the Giant Peach. Besides local performances and a national touring act that hits some 50 cities, they also offer acting classes for kids and reduced-cost matinees for school groups.


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