Rose Marine Theater

  • 1440 N. Main
  • Fort Worth, TX 76106-9119
  • 817-624-8333
  • Region: Stockyards
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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 looking for belly dancers, Shakespeare in Spanish, or just a good Robert Rodriguez flick, Fort Worth's only active Hispanic theater is worth a look.

  • Description

    Rentals allow individuals and community organizations to utilize the Rose Marine Theater & Art Gallery at a substantially reduced rate for public events that serve the common good.

  • Reception Capacity 150
  • Total Venue Capacity 150

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