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7138 N. Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX 75247
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Since the permanent facility was destroyed by fire, Teatro Dallas has staged plays in various locations in nearby downtown. Spend a memorable evening watching theatre that reflects the experiences of Latino communities. Not only does Teatro Dallas present works by classic Latino playwrights, but it frequently premieres contemporary works. Teatro Dallas hosts the International Theater Festival, provides classes for children and adults, and represents the U.S. at many international festivals.
For those who want to mix in a little competitive sports with their nightlife adventures, check out Bowlounge. With its 12 full-length bowling lanes and full bar, it truly is equal parts bar and bowling alley. Order up some drinks from the bar and begin your quest for that elusive turkey. Should you get hungry, Twisted Root Burger Company sells its burgers on-site. So to recap: burger, booze and bowling. It doesn't get much better than this in the Dallas area.
AMC The Grand 24 has 24 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
At the Gas Monkey Bar N Grill you'll find a unique, casual setting for dining, drinking and watching live bands perform, all at a reasonable price. Seating and bars are available both indoor and outdoor.
This large space features dance lessons, live music, concerts and even mechanical bull riding. Various DJ sets, live music, and jukebox tunes provide a fun atmosphere for any crowd; indeed Cowboys Red River attracts many different age groups. It is the perfect place to kick back and have a good time and you'll never be short of a drink because there is more than one bar.
Inwood Theatre has 3 screens for your viewing pleasure. For the classic movie experience, visit the concession area and pick up popcorn and soda to enjoy through the film. There's nothing quite like going out to see a film on the big screen! For film times, ticket prices and further information, please call or see their website.
Combining friendly service, creative drinks and food, and live music, The Common Table is a staple for both nightlife and brunch in Dallas. Enjoy uncommon drinks like the skittles sangria along with more common and equally delicious beer and wine choices. Their weekly beer dinners feature four courses of American fare, each paired with a craft beer. Check out their calendar for more information on live music performances.
This impressive brick, limestone and granite marvel, designed by David M. Schwartz Architectural Services and HKS, Inc., was built not only as the home of the Dallas Stars and the Dallas Mavericks, but also as a venue for other entertainment. It anchors the 72-acre Victory Development, a project that reclaimed an area occupied by an abandoned rail yard and power plant and is in the process of creating a vibrant urban area. Special features include retractable seating and more than USD3 million in public art. Public tours are available and require reservations.
Regent Highland Park Village multiplex has 4 screens for your viewing pleasure. For an even more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call or visit their website.
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 performances that range from a lighthearted Oscar Wilde or Neil Simon play to a thought-provoking historical drama. If you are planning to visit the city in late March, be sure to catch the annual Dallas Video Festival. The center is actually a complex composed of the Kalita Humphreys Theater built in 1959 and the barn like Arts District Theater (located at 2401 Flora Street), which was built in the 1980s.
Watching a play is a visual treat at The Kalita Humphreys Theater. Named after actress Kalita Humphrey, this intimate theater is a part of the grand The Dallas Theater Center. Designed by the acclaimed architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the theater building is a masterpiece. It has been operating since 1959 and played host to over 500 plays. Top notch plays like Joe Egg and crowns are performed here. Call in advance for specific show timings.
Theatre Three, located in the Quadrangle, is one of Dallas' oldest regional theaters. Founded in 1963, it offers popular and classic dramas, musicals and comedies such as "Into the Woods," "Broken Glass" by Arthur Miller, and "The Women" by Clare Booth Luce. Jac Alder, one of the founders and current executive director, enjoys encouraging and showcasing local talent.