Where Tradition Meets 21st-Century Artistry
The Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House welcomes audiences to enjoy world-class performances in a stunning facility without having to travel far from home. Truly a jewel in the Dallas landscape and a striking testament to excellence in design, the Winspear is home to bucket-list moments for patrons of all kinds.
Experience a Masterpiece of Versatility
Patrons who love to be close to the action will fall in love with the intimate arrangements in the Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre at the AT&T Performing Arts Center. The building is an architectural wonder inside and out, bringing best-in-class design to Dallas residents’ doorstep. The innovative vertical design allows for rapid changes in stage configuration, bringing performers and patrons even closer together in fascinating ways.
An Open-Air Oasis in the Heart of Downtown Dallas
A lively outdoor gathering place where all are welcome, Annette Strauss Square is the perfect destination for family-friendly outings, romantic evenings enjoying music and dancing or get-togethers with friends in a convenient spot. Tucked between some of the nation’s finest arts venues, Strauss Square captures the beauty of the outdoors and the bustle of the Dallas arts community.
Where Arts and Community Come Together
Intertwining the venues of the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park adds a splash of green to the downtown canvas, offering local artists a place to perform and bringing together friends and families from across our far-flung community. The park is at once a cultural hub and an inviting gateway to the Dallas Arts District.
A Hidden Gem for Intimate Arts Experiences
Located inside the Winspear Opera House, Nancy B. Hamon Hall is an intimate 200-seat performance space that gives visitors an up close and personal interaction with emerging, experimental and engaging work in the performing arts. Its location inside one of the nation’s finest venues is an escape from the everyday — built right in your backyard. You’ll find diverse programming, local artists and new perspectives, from plays and concerts to Shakespeare readings.
Captivating Performances in an Intimate Setting
Located on the sixth floor of the Wyly Theatre, the Studio Theatre is a black-box style space that can seat up to 200 people, drawing cutting-edge works from innovative performers. With ample room for flexibility, the theatre serves as an incubator for thought-provoking productions. Regardless of how often you visit, you’ll never have the same experience twice.
A Home for Cultural Diversity in the Heart of Dallas
With its iconic architecture and transformative spaces that welcome and encourage diverse performances by emerging groups, Moody Performance Hall is a beacon for patrons of the performing arts throughout North Texas. Located across the street from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, the venue includes unique spaces that can be arranged to accommodate receptions, concerts and pre-show events.
An Iconic Venue for the Dramatic Arts
The only existing theater designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, the Kalita Humphreys Theater is an attraction on its own because of its signature aesthetic and its historically significant design. The theater was constructed in 1959 and was recognized as a historic landmark by the City of Dallas in 2007. It was built for the Dallas Theater Center, one of several local theater groups using the venue today.
Step Back in Time — and Make New Memories
The Majestic Theatre is home to touring shows you won’t be able to find anywhere else. Constructed in 1920, the Majestic exudes history from every corner — setting the stage for you to make memories without having to go far from home. Whether you’re planning a date night downtown or enjoying an outing with friends or family, the Majestic delivers top-class plays, music, dance or comedy performances in a venue that traces its roots to the vaudeville days.
A Comfortable, Classic Setting with a Resilient History
Best known as the site of Lee Harvey Oswald’s arrest on Nov. 22, 1963, the Texas Theatre carries historical significance as a landmark venue with a deep backstory and fantastic aspirations. Modern renovations meld wonderfully with the iconic design, giving today’s patrons a one-of-a-kind experience. Its location near the thriving Bishop Arts District puts it at the center of attention for North Texans who want to broaden their understanding of where they live.