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Bass Hall

For arts and culture, Fort Worth is truly a premier destination. Be sure to make time for a show at downtown's acoustical masterpiece, Bass Performance Hall. Fort Worth celebrate the arts year-round through performances by the Texas Ballet Theater, Fort Worth Opera, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, Van Cliburn Concerts, Casa Mañana and local theater organizations.  

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Four Day Weekend Comedy

  • 312 Houston Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102-7425
  • Phone: (817) 226-4DAY
  • Region: Downtown
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Four Day Weekend is a comedy troupe who performs a live public show consisting of sketches, scenes, and songs created from audience suggestions and participation. Completely improvised each Friday and Saturday night, the performance is an interactive experience that encourages the audience to play a  MORE >>

Jubilee Theater

  • 506 Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX TX
  • Phone: 817-338-4411
  • Region: Downtown
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One of the foremost African-American theaters in the Southwest, the Jubilee is still going strong and helping to preserve the tradition of African-American drama after 25 years. It's atmosphere is diverse, comfortable and accommodating, making the Jubilee an extremely unique and valuable experience.  MORE >>

Amphibian Stage Productions

  • 120 S Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76104
  • Phone: (817) 923-3012
  • Region: TCU/Zoo

Three former TCU students formed this nonprofit theater group in 2000 with one mission: to broaden the availability of quality theater production in North Texas. Soon the plan grew, and now the production company houses members in Fort Worth, New York City, and Los Angeles. Through readings and  MORE >>

Artes de la Rosa

  • 1440 N. Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76164
  • Phone: (817) 624-8333
  • Region: Stockyards/Northside

Artes de la Rosa, is the non-profit organization that manages the historic gem of Fort Worth 's Northside- The Rose Marine Theater, and Fort Worth's only Hispanic theater company - Teatro de la Rosa. Artes de la Rosa is dedicated to preserving, promoting, and interpreting the art, culture, history,  MORE >>

Arts Council of Fort Worth

  • 1300 Gendy Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Phone: (817) 732-2360
  • Region: Cultural District

In 1963 the Arts Council was formed to provide funding and leadership to stimulate and assure the advancement of the arts throughout our community. Today’s Arts Council is a dynamic, multi-faceted, arts agency serving artists, arts organizations and the community with programs that help shape the  MORE >>

Arts Fifth Avenue

  • 1628 5th Avenue
  • Fort Worth, TX 76104
  • Phone: (817) 923-9500
  • Region: Near Southside

Arts Fifth Avenue stimulates, develops and preserves interest in tap dance and other complementary art forms and educates the general public to provide a forum of expression for dancers, choreographers, musicians, composers, and visual and performing artists.  MORE >>

Ballet Concerto

  • 3803 Camp Bowie Boulevard
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Phone: (817) 738-7915
  • Region: Cultural District

Situated in the Cultural District, Ballet Concerto is a part of the urban renaissance community taking place in that area. Last year, the company celebrated 40 years of dance education and community outreach. Thousands enjoy the HOLIDAY SPECIAL in December, and the outdoor SUMMER DANCE CONCERT in  MORE >>

Ballet Folklorico AZTECA

  • P.O. Box 64311
  • Fort Worth, TX 76164
  • Phone: (817) 920-9004
  • Region: Stockyards/Northside

Fort Worth's oldest, largest, and original Folklorico dance group with a mission is to promote Mexican heritage and encourage multi-cultural understanding by teaching culture and history through dance and music.  MORE >>

Bass Performance Hall-Maddox-Muse Complex

  • 525 Commerce Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102
  • Phone: (817) 212-4200
  • Region: Downtown

Rated by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the Top 10 opera houses in the world, Bass Performance Hall is known for its magnificent architecture and extraordinary acoustics. It’s home to the Fort Worth Opera, Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Texas Ballet Theater, various touring Broadway shows,  MORE >>

Casa Manana

  • 3101 West Lancaster
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Phone: (817) 332-2272
  • Region: Cultural District

Home to the largest performing arts organization in Tarrant County, this venue presents the best of musical theater and award-winning original plays. This "House of Tomorrow" stages a wide variety of shows, including Children's Playhouse.  MORE >>

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth

  • 3720 Autumn Drive
  • Fort Worth, TX 76109
  • Phone: (817) 877-3003
  • Region: Hulen/South

Composed of leading chamber musicians primarily from the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the group performs in chamber ensembles of two to five members playing works from the Baroque and Classical, Romantic and Contemporary periods. Always a great musical experience!  MORE >>

Circle Theatre

  • 230 W 4th Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102
  • Phone: (817) 877-3040
  • Region: Downtown

Circle Theatre is best known for its premieres of contemporary plays by today's outstanding playwrights. This professional regional theatre presents a year-round season of innovative live theatre in an intimate 125-seat setting.  MORE >>

Cowtown Opry

  • 131 E Exchange Avenue
  • Suite 140
  • Fort Worth, TX 76164
  • Phone: (817) 366-9675
  • Region: Stockyards/Northside

A nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of country music as a part of Texas heritage, the Cowtown Opry provides one of the most authentic Western experiences in the area. With free weekly concerts held outside on the steps of the Livestock Exchange Building, it's almost like taking a  MORE >>

Fort Worth Opera

  • 1300 Gendy Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Phone: (817) 731-0726
  • Region: Cultural District

One of the oldest companies in the nation, the opera has played host to numerous big names, including Placido Domingo and Lily Pons and is now an annual Festival perfect for local and out-of-town visitors. A very friendly and encouraging atmosphere makes a trip to the opera in Fort Worth enjoyable  MORE >>

Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra

  • 330 E. 4th Street Suite200
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102
  • Phone: (817) 665-6000
  • Region: Downtown

While the outside of Bass Performance Hall is breathtaking, it's what goes on inside that counts, and symphony Director Miguel Harth-Bedoya and his musicians certainly live up to the sheer beauty of their abode. The world-renowned Harth-Bedoya brings a contagious and inspiring enthusiasm to the  MORE >>

Fort Worth Theatre

  • 1300 Gendy S
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107-4036
  • Phone: (817) 921-5300
  • Region: Cultural District

Fort Worth Theatre is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing the community with new and classic theatrical works.  MORE >>

Hip Pocket Theatre

  • 1950 Silver Creek Road
  • White Settlement, TX 76108
  • Phone: (817) 246-9775
  • Region: West/Camp Bowie

The theater stages by this highly respected and innovative company can be described as eclectic and interactive. Through the use of mime, dance, masks, music and even puppetry, the Hip Pocket Theatre puts on an offbeat and delightful show.  MORE >>

Mary D and Howard Walsh Center for Performing Arts

  • 2800 S University Drive
  • TCU
  • Fort Worth, TX 76109
  • Region: TCU/Zoo

Texas Christian University's state-of-the-art F. Howard and Mary D. Walsh Center for Performing Arts houses the 325-seat PepsiCo Recital Hall, the 233-seat Hays Theatre, Ed Landreth Auditorium, and rehearsal halls.  MORE >>

McDavid Studios

  • 301 E. 5th Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102
  • Phone: (817) 212-4280
  • Region: Downtown

McDavid Studio has become one of the downtown Fort Worth scene's favorite nighttime hot spots. World-class artists of all flavors come to play for audiences of just over 200 people. The result: intimate and often definitive performances. Each show is a special occasion, with state-of-the-art  MORE >>

Rose Marine Theater

  • 1440 N. Main
  • Fort Worth, TX TX
  • Phone: 817-624-8333
  • Region: Stockyards/Northside

This historic theater dates back to the 1920's when it opened as a movie house and has operated under three names: The Rose, The Roseland, and the Marine Theater. The theater is listed on the National Register of Historic places and is part of the Marine Commercial Historic District. Whether you're  MORE >>

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

  • 2001 West Seminary Drive
  • Fort Worth, TX TX
  • Phone: 817-923-1921
  • Region: Hulen/South

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary exists to provide theological education for individuals engaging in Christian ministry. Southwestern provides a community of faith and learning that develops spiritual leaders with a passion for Christ and the Bible, a love for people, and the skills to  MORE >>

Stage West

  • 821 W Vickery Boulevard
  • Fort Worth, TX 76104
  • Phone: (817) 784-9378
  • Region: Cultural District

The king of the indie-theater scene in Fort Worth, Stage West is at the forefront of experimental drama. While highly respected nationally for their renditions of traditional Broadway and Shakespearian plays, they also serve as an outlet for local playwrights still trying to find their way into the  MORE >>

Texas Ballet Theater

  • 1600 Green Oaks Road
  • Fort Worth, TX 76116
  • Phone: (817) 763-0207
  • Region: Cultural District

Texas Ballet Theater brings unprecedented talent, beauty and artistic expression, as well as the highest levels of dance education, training, and appreciation to North Texas and surrounding areas. The second- longest company in the state, the Texas Ballet Theater's renditions of Romeo and Juliet,  MORE >>

Texas Nonprofit Theatres

  • 1300 Gendy Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Phone: (817) 731-2238
  • Region: Cultural District

Texas Nonprofit Theatres was formed in 1971 to encourage programmatic and managerial excellence in the nonprofit community and professional theatres of Texas. TNT organizes and hosts the various festivals including the American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) Festival for the state of Texas  MORE >>

Texas Star Dinner Theater

The Texas Star Dinner Theater, located in Historic Downtown Grapevine is the new permanent home of Lone Star Murder Mysteries. Lone Star Murder Mysteries are produced by Lagniappe Productions a professional entertainment company with more than 30 years of experience in Old West entertainment.  MORE >>

Cliburn Concerts

  • 2525 Ridgmar Boulevard
  • Ste 307
  • Fort Worth, TX 76116-4524
  • Phone: (817) 738-6536
  • Region: Cultural District

The Van Cliburn Foundation promotes great music and world-class artists through the annual Cliburn Concerts series, ongoing educational programs, and the International Piano Competition for Outstanding Amateurs, established as a biennial forum for non-professional musicians.  MORE >>

W. E. Scott Theatre

  • 1300 Gendy Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107
  • Phone: (817) 738-1938
  • Region: Cultural District

Made possible by William Edrington Scott, a member of one of Tarrant County's founding families, Scott Theatre opened in 1966. When Mr. Scott died in 1961, he left $3,000,000 in trust as the Scott Foundation to be used to help develop Fort Worth's Cultural District. Through the years, the Scott  MORE >>

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