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  • Texas Theatre
    231 W. Jefferson Blvd. | Oak Cliff & South Dallas

    This historic theater -- best known as the place where Lee Harvey Oswald was apprehended after assassinating JFK -- was revived in a major way in 2010 and is now known as the place to catch... More on Texas Theatre »

  • Pocket Sandwich Theatre
    5400 E. Mockingbird Lane, 119 | East Dallas & Lakewood

    If you’re like us, you’ve seen the sign for Pocket Sandwich Theatre while driving down Mockingbird Lane and wondered if they had falafel. Alas, it’s not a takeout joint but a theater specializing... More on Pocket Sandwich Theatre »

  • Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center
    2301 Flora St. | Downtown & Deep Ellum

    Besides being an essential piece of the Dallas skyline, this I.M. Pei-designed venue is also world-renowned for its resident Dallas Symphony Orchestra. The incredible acoustics and 4,500-pipe... More on Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center »

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  • Kalita Humphreys Theater
    3636 Turtle Creek | Uptown & Oak Lawn
  • Jubilee Theatre
    506 Main St. | Fort Worth

    This Fort Worth-based theater company's mission statement is to "to create and present theatrical works which reflect the African-American experience," and it's been doing so since 1981, when the... More on Jubilee Theatre »

  • Dallas Theater Center
    2400 Flora St. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    Once based in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Kalita Humphreys Theater, in 2009 the DTC moved to newer, fancier digs at the Wyly Theatre at the AT&T PAC. With a repertoire that dates way back to... More on Dallas Theater Center »

  • Kitchen Dog Theater
    3120 McKinney Ave. | Uptown & Oak Lawn

    If your theater tastes lean away from Annie and The Sound of Music and more toward the dark or avant garde, you’ll probably find the repertoire at Kitchen Dog Theater to your liking. An intimate... More on Kitchen Dog Theater »

  • Black Forest Theater
    1920 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. | Oak Cliff & South Dallas

    Homegirl Erykah Badu renovated this run-down 1940s South Dallas movie house into a gorgeous, artist-centric space where creativity and community rule. Like the city's very own Apollo, Black Forest... More on Black Forest Theater »

  • Wyly Theatre
    2400 Flora St. | Downtown & Deep Ellum

    One of the four venues at the epicenter of the Arts District, the AT&T Performing Arts Center, the Wyly is one of the city’s most distinctive structures. It was designed by renowned architect Rem... More on Wyly Theatre »

  • The Ochre House
    825 Exposition Ave. | Fair Park

    This teeny-tiny “alternative theater” in Expo Park may have relatively limited resources, with room for only 45 patrons, but its productions -- many of the originals penned by ensemble members --... More on The Ochre House »

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Recent Member Reviews

  • tkalonzo wrote a review for Odom's Bar-B-Que
    on 04/14/14

    This is a West Dallas institution. This is not yur frou-frou pecan encrusted smoked veal with balsamic mango vinaigrette BBQ. This is down home East Texas... More Reviews »

  • holmantx wrote a review for Blind Butcher
    on 04/12/14

    Hip 'n Cool however, the best part is the view to the Truck Yard. Meats are interesting and I'm a meat kinda guy. Had the Tatare. Good but not the top of... More Reviews »

  • l.klein718 wrote a review for Vickery Park
    on 04/08/14

    Awesome patio and great beer selection. Gotta try the Winner Winner Chicken and the fried mac n cheese More Reviews »

Recent Critic Reviews

  • Neil Young is simply beyond common musical criticism. Certainly among all of the classic folk, folk-rock and rock the man has recorded over the past 50 years, there have been some clunker albums. However, the sheer breadth of Young's influence on an amazing array of artists in several differing genres is fairly mind-boggling. In honor of the man playing not one, but two shows, tonight and... More on Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center »

  • The first time you pull up to Gemma, it can be difficult to pin down what you've gotten yourself into. While you thumb your wallet for small bills to tip the valet, you're assured you are most certainly still in East Dallas, but when you step into the dining room, you might feel somewhat lost. All that cool, blue paint and wainscoting hint vaguely at New England, while the ropes that suspend...

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Recent Member Reviews

  • tkalonzo wrote a review for Odom's Bar-B-Que
    on 04/14/14

    This is a West Dallas institution. This is not yur frou-frou pecan encrusted smoked veal with balsamic mango vinaigrette BBQ. This is down home East Texas... More Reviews »

  • holmantx wrote a review for Blind Butcher
    on 04/12/14

    Hip 'n Cool however, the best part is the view to the Truck Yard. Meats are interesting and I'm a meat kinda guy. Had the Tatare. Good but not the top of... More Reviews »

  • l.klein718 wrote a review for Vickery Park
    on 04/08/14

    Awesome patio and great beer selection. Gotta try the Winner Winner Chicken and the fried mac n cheese More Reviews »

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