W.E. Scott Theatre

  • 3505 West Lancaster Avenue
  • Fort Worth, TX 76107-2503
  • Region: Cultural District
  • (817) 738-1938
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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 Theatre has been host to a multitude of events, companies and celebrities.

Ballet Frontier brings back three beloved pieces from its repertoire in this captivating evening of ballet. The ballet company will be performing Andante & Finale and Lady of the Camellias... More

Puritan Productions premieres, Martin Luther, a historical drama, with ballet and chorus. The year 2017 marks the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther nailing his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle... More

Ballet Frontier presents its third annual performance of Director’s Choice. The performance features a collaboration of dance companies from around the metroplex including Ballet Frontier of Texas,... More

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One of the most famous of the romantic ballets, this tale of unrequited love, regret, and forgiveness beautifully incorporates movement, music, and drama. More