Sleep Inn Maingate Six Flags
750 Six Flags Dr.
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (817) 649-1010
Fax: (817) 649-8811
750 Six Flags Dr., Arlington, TX, US, 76011
- Phone: (817) 649-1010
- Fax: (817) 649-8811
Cinemark Tinseltown Grapevine offers comfortable stadium seating and terrific concessions. In addition to the usual popcorn and candy, there are two in-house establishments, Mama Rugi's Pizza and Java Wally's coffee shop. Mama's pizza beats a hot dog anytime, and the espresso is comforting on a cold winter night. In contrast with many mega theaters, parking is not a problem at this location.
Since the permanent facility was destroyed by fire, Teatro Dallas has staged plays in various locations in nearby downtown. Spend a memorable evening watching theatre that reflects the experiences of Latino communities. Not only does Teatro Dallas present works by classic Latino playwrights, but it frequently premieres contemporary works. Teatro Dallas hosts the International Theater Festival, provides classes for children and adults, and represents the U.S. at many international festivals.
The entire family will love this portion of the Deep Ellum Latino Cultural Center. The historic building location was the Southland Corporation's first 7-11 market store. With an eclectic eye for entertainment, this beautifully restored market's featured presentations have included Latino Literature Night, highlighting the reading talent of the Cara Mia Theater Company, the yearly Virgen de Guadalupe presentation curated by artist Jose Vargas, and dance by the Ollin-Tonatiuh Aztec Dancers. The Ice House depends heavily on funding from the city and private benefactors. Seating is comfortably assembled around the stage area so that everyone has a good seat. Admission is free.
AMC Grapevine Mills Mall, 30-screen cinema is located in Grapevine Mills Mall. They offer a wide variety of first-run movies. Sit back in one of the 5,700 stadium-style seats in large theaters featuring Dolby Digital Sound. Tickets for children 2-13 and senior citizens are always low priced. You can purchase tickets a day in advance to secure a seat.
Towering angels watch over this magnificent Sundance Square concert hall which was modeled after New York City's Carnegie Hall. Great care was given to assure that this space would provide the best possible acoustics. Bass Performance Hall opened in 1998 as a venue for the acclaimed Van Cliburne International Piano Competition, an event held every four years. The hall also serves as home to the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, the Fort Worth Dallas Ballet and the Fort Worth Opera. Visiting companies of all kinds — opera, modern dance, Broadway companies, etc. — perform in this elegant and majestic space. Valet parking and group discount rates are available too. Call for show times.
AMC Palace 9 features first run movies and is located in Fort Worth's exciting Sundance Square. With stadium seating, this theater can accommodate 1729 people in its nine theaters. Comfortable high-back chairs and the High Impact Theatre sound system create the perfect atmosphere for enjoying the newest release. Concession stands occupy both floors, and there is plenty of free parking downtown, particularly at night and on weekends, when you can park on the street or in the parking garage across the street for free.
The Jubilee Theatre, founded in 1981, is located in Fort Worth's Sundance Square entertainment district. This fine venue acts as a showcase for the talents of African-American performers, writers and directors. While dramas and comedies have their place here, the specialty is musicals. The turn-of-the-century backdrop is superb, and Sundance Square's preservation of the city's past architectural styles complements the work that is going on inside Jubilee.
A highlight of downtown and a Fort Worth landmark, the Circle Theatre is located underground. The theater was founded in 1981 and has been a hit ever since. Around a half dozen shows, covering a variety of themes, are presented annually. Their mission is to present professional, contemporary plays in an intimate, 125 seating area. Student tickets for any remaining seats are available at half-price beginning half an hour before shows. Complimentary valet parking is available.
Founded in 1979, this nonprofit organization was formerly known as the Junior Black Academy of Arts and Letters. Today it gives Dallas a variety of cultural offerings and is the best attended of Dallas' African-American theaters. Most of the performances are touring shows on the national Black Theater Circuit. An annual tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. features local gospel choirs, international drum and dance by the KanKouran West African Dance company, poetry, art, and many film screenings. Offices and performance space are located inside the Dallas Convention Center complex. Cost varies per type of production.
Theatre Three, located in the Quadrangle, is one of Dallas' oldest regional theaters. Founded in 1963, it offers popular and classic dramas, musicals and comedies such as "Into the Woods," "Broken Glass" by Arthur Miller, and "The Women" by Clare Booth Luce. Jac Alder, one of the founders and current executive director, enjoys encouraging and showcasing local talent.
This venue is an outstanding accomplishment, both architecturally and culturally. The hall is the crown jewel of the Arts District downtown, and is noted as having some of the finest acoustics in America. It was opened in 1989 and is hallmarked by the Lay Family Organ. The organ rises the full height of the concert chamber behind the stage; it's one of the largest mechanical action organs ever built for a concert hall. The center stage is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. A variety of other musical and non-musical events are presented throughout the year. One-hour public tours are offered each Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Tours start at 1pm, performance schedule permitting. There is no fee for the tour and group tours are available for parties of 15 or more by appointment.
The sole survivor of the 1920's movie palaces, this restored showplace is an honored venue for a variety of performers. It has helped breathe new life into the Arts District. Gilded and ornate, its prestige sweeps patrons into a another time. This venue seats just over 1,600 people. It hosts the Majestic Broadway Series as well as the world-renowned Dallas Black Dance Theater. Additional commercial performers have one-night only or multiple night runs.