Originally conceived in the late 1970s, the AT&T Performing Arts Center finalizes the city of Dallas's goal to create a an expansive Arts District. Now the centerpiece of the area, the AT&T Performing Arts Center boasts five different venues within its walls: Winspear Opera House, Wyly Theater, Strauss Artist Square, City Performance Hall and Sammons Park. Amongst these venues, you can catch an opera, a Broadway musical, an outdoor concert, a small-scale play or just take a walk in the ten-acre park.
2403 Flora Street, Dallas, TX
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You will thoroughly enjoy seeing a play in this beautiful
Dallas Theater Center. It's the only one in America designed by the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Both lifelong residents and visitors to the city appreciate the diversity of ...
A brilliant glass facade in Downtown Dallas, The Dee and
Charles Wyly Theatre definitely demands attention. The 600 seater is dedicated to all forms of performing arts, and the facility is amply equipped for experimental theater. The innovative approach ...
This venue is an outstanding accomplishment, both architecturally and culturally.
The hall is the crown jewel of the Arts District downtown, and is noted as having some of the finest acoustics in America. It was opened in 1989 and ...