2403 Flora St., Dallas TX 75201
The Center offers underground, on-site, valet and self-parking options during performance times. The Lexus Red parking lot is beneath the Winspear Opera House, and the Lexus Silver parking lot is beneath Moody Performance Hall. Both are accessible from Jack Evans Street on the east end of the Dallas Arts District.
Seating: View a detailed seating chart here.
Coat check: Coat check is available at the Concierge & Accessibility desk.
Booster seats: Booster seats are available at the Concierge & Accessibility desk.
Family restroom: Family restrooms are available in the west lobbies on all levels.
Concessions: Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages and light snacks are available from bar stations located on multiple levels of the venue. Food and drinks are allowed inside the theatre on a show-by-show basis.
Dining: We are proud to offer a variety of concessions and dining options, from the Skyline Terrace and our Sunset Balcony to a diverse selection of restaurants within walking distance. Learn More
The AT&T Performing Arts Center is dedicated to inclusivity. Accessible parking, assistive listening devices, open captioning, sign language interpretation and sensory-inclusive aid are available.
Please let us know how we can help you by contacting us when you purchase tickets or by visiting the Guest Services Booth in the lobby when you arrive for the performance. If you have questions, please contact the access liaison at 214-978-3632 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Quite justifiably, it has come to be recognized as America’s finest opera house.
The venue is a 21st-century reinterpretation of the traditional “horseshoe” shaped opera house, engineered specifically for opera and musical theatre, with stages equipped for ballet and other types of dance. The Winspear is designed by Foster + Partners under Pritzker prize-winning architect Norman Foster and Deputy Chairman Spencer de Grey.
The entrance to the Winspear Opera House features the Annette and Harold Simmons Signature Glass Facade, which ascends 60 feet, creating a seamless visual appearance between the vibrant red glass panels of the McDermott Performance Hall and the surrounding Sammons Park. Radiating from the Winspear Opera House on all sides, the Sky Canopy provides shade to the Simmons Glass Facade over three acres of Sammons Park, defining new outdoor spaces for visitors to gather.
The principal performance space, the Margaret McDermott Performance Hall, features retractable screens, a spacious fly-tower, a three-square stage with generous side and rear stage areas and variable acoustics. It accommodates 2,200 patrons.