Jubilee Theater

  • 506 Main Street
  • Fort Worth, TX 76102-3925
  • 817-338-4411
  • Region: Sundance Square & 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. Venue Capacity:120

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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. Total Venue Capacity:120

  • Largest Room 120
  • Reception Capacity 120
  • Auditorium true
  • Auditorium: Max Seating Capacity 120
  • Permanent Stage true
  • Total Venue Capacity 120
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