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Theatre Three

2800 Routh St., 168 Dallas, TX 75201 | Uptown & Oak Lawn | 214-871-3300

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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.


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