The­aters and Shows

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BASS PER­FOR­MANCE HALL ”Guarded” by two 48-foot-tall, metic­u­lously sculpted an­gels, this ar­chi­tec­turally as­tound­ing con­cert hall en­tices pa­trons with beau­ti­ful acous­tics and of­fers acts rang­ing from an­nual tra­di­tions like Lyle Lovett to A-list co­me­di­ans, Broad­way shows and orches­tra per­for­mances. 525 Com­merce St., Fort Worth, 817.212.4325.

CASA MAÑANA This his­toric the­ater and per­for­mance hall has a long and rich his­tory in Fort Worth and un­der­went a huge ren­o­va­tion in 2003. The the­ater of­fers an ac­claimed Chil­dren’s Play­house and fre­quently part­ners with Bass Hall on top-of-the-line live acts and pro­duc­tions. 3101 W. Lan­caster Ave., Fort Worth, 817.332.2272.

CIR­CLE THEATRE This Fort Worth tra­di­tion is as quaint and charm­ing as the time hon­ored mar­quee that il­lu­mi­nates the build­ing. The the­ater of­fers ac­claimed sea­sonal pro­duc­tions, orig­i­nal works and an art gallery. www.cir­clethe­ 230 W. 4th St., Fort Worth, 817.877.3040.

DAL­LAS CHIL­DREN’S THE­ATER Pack up the lit­tle ones and head to the Dal­las Chil­dren’s The­ater for fam­ily-ori­ented pro­duc­tions that bring sto­ry­book fa­vorites to life on stage, as well as spe­cial per­for­mances rang­ing from cir­cus shows to pup­petry plays. 5938 Skill­man Road, 214.740.0051.

DAL­LAS SUM­MER MU­SI­CALS Broad­way de­scends on Dal­las with this top-tier an­nual se­ries that high­lights the best and bright­est of tour­ing mu­si­cal pro­duc­tions. www.dal­las­sum­mer­mu­si­ Mu­sic Hall at Fair Park, 909 1st Ave., 214.421.5678.

DAL­LAS THE­ATER CEN­TER Dal­las The­ater Cen­ter com­bines its res­i­dent act­ing com­pany, play­wright-in-res­i­dence and the bound­less cre­ativ­ity of artis­tic di­rec­tor Kevin Mo­ri­arty to pro­duce new and reimag­ined plays and mu­si­cals of both in­de­pen­dent and na­tion­ally ac­claimed merit. www.dal­lasthe­ater­ Dal­las Arts District, 2400 Flora St., 214.880.0202.

EISEMANN CEN­TER The cen­ter in Richard­son, which has been praised for its ar­chi­tec­tural de­sign, is ac­tu­ally three venues in one, com­pris­ing Hill Per­for­mance Hall, Bank of Amer­ica Theatre and the Bank of Amer­ica Hall. It’s home to a com­edy se­ries and a fam­ily-the­ater se­ries, as well as con­certs, dance per­for­mances and cor­po­rate events. www.eise­man­n­cen­ 2351 Per­for­mance Drive, Richard­son, 972.744.4650.

JU­BILEE THEATRE This top-qual­ity venue sets the standard for lo­cal the­ater and cen­ters on mu­si­cals and plays that re­flect African-Amer­i­can cul­ture. Per­for­mances in­clude es­tab­lished fa­vorites and chal­leng­ing new pro­duc­tions ev­ery sea­son. Its hol­i­day pro­duc­tion is an an­nual fa­vorite. www.ju­bileethe­ 506 Main St., Fort Worth, 817.338.4411.

KITCHEN DOG THE­ATER Lo­cated in the up-and­com­ing Dal­las De­sign District, this edgy in­de­pen­dent the­ater pro­vides an an­nual sea­son of top-notch per­for­mances and thought-pro­vok­ing plays and pro­duc­tions. Styles range from clas­sic to con­tem­po­rary.­dogth­e­ 161 Riveredge Drive, 214.953.1055.

BLEU CIEL This ar­chi­tec­turally stun­ning res­i­den­tial tower an­chor­ing Up­town’s thriv­ing Har­wood District pro­vides 33 floors of lux­ury con­do­mini­ums fea­tur­ing cus­tom de­sign op­tions, mul­ti­ple pent­houses and un­matched ameni­ties—all within walk­ing dis­tance to and from some of Har­wood’s hottest restau­rants and en­ter­at­in­ment des­ti­na­tions, in­clud­ing Saint Ann Restau­rant & Bar, The Grove, Hap­pi­est Hour, Mer­cat Bistro and Marie Gabrielle Restau­rant and Gar­dens, a 1.5-acre oa­sis. www.bleu­ciel­liv­ 3008 N. Har­wood St., 214.965.1099.

THE HOUSE This Vic­tory Park high-rise of­fers an up­scale urban life­style in ad­di­tion to its ex­pertly-de­signed floor plans and in­te­rior touches. Top-of-the­line ameni­ties in­clude a 130-foot salt­wa­ter in­fin­ity pool with a tan­ning shelf and pri­vate ca­banas, a mas­sive grand fire­place and grilling sta­tion on the ter­race ve­randa and a spa­cious venue fea­tur­ing a li­brary, bil­liards table and cater­ing sta­tion.The sales of­fice is open Mon­day-Fri­day from 11 am to 5 pm and Satur­day from noon to 5 pm, as well as by ap­point­ment. www.the­ 2200 Vic­tory Ave., 214.303.1200.

MONO­GRAM RES­I­DEN­TIAL TRUST Mono­gram Res­i­den­tial Trust is the name be­hind the ma­jor­ity of Dal­las-Fort Worth’s up­scale mul­ti­fam­ily prop­er­ties, from the Ar­peg­gio Vic­tory Park and the Alexan to the Al­le­gro in Ad­di­son Cir­cle. With con­tem­po­rary com­fort and lux­u­ri­ous ameni­ties, these con­dos and apart­ments are top-of-the-line in re­gards to both lo­ca­tion and life­style. www. mono­gram­ 5800 Gran­ite Pkwy., Ste. 1000, Plano, 469.250.5500.

MU­SEUM TOWER High-end con­do­mini­ums with luxe con­tem­po­rary touches de­fine this 42-story tower fac­ing Klyde Warren Park. Call for avail­abil­ity at this ar­chi­tec­turally stun­ning prop­erty, which was 60 per­cent sold at the time of press.­se­um­ 1918 Olive St., 214.954.1234.

OAKWOOD WORLD­WIDE  DAL­LAS— Per­fect for cor­po­rate hous­ing needs or an ex­tended-stay visit to Dal­las, this Oakwood World­wide® apart­ment pro­vides fully fur­nished hous­ing nearby the city’s best dining, shopping, entertainment and busi­ness ar­eas.

ONE UP­TOWN This $75 mil­lion, 20-story lux­ury high-rise af­fords the op­por­tu­nity to experience the best that Up­town Dal­las has to of­fer—and the abil­ity to see it all from floor-to-ceil­ing glass win­dows or a 9,000 square-foot sky deck and lounge fea­tur­ing the only rooftop pool in Up­town and un­ob­structed views of the Dal­las sky­line. The prop­erty also houses two restau­rants, Brazil­ian steak­house Fogo de Chão and the first-in-the-U.S. lo­ca­tion of Euro­pean con­cept, Circo. www. one­up­ Leas­ing Cen­ter: 2615 Routh St., 844.885.5935.

THE RES­I­DENCES OF W DAL­LAS VIC­TORY Im­mac­u­late ameni­ties meet mod­ern life­styles at the W Dal­las res­i­dences, where the W’s Bliss Spa, WET Deck in­fin­ity pool, Cook Hall and the Liv­ing Room Bar also re­side. Boast­ing an in­no­va­tive de­sign fus­ing con­tem­po­rary touches and lo­cal Western flair, the W’s 147 pri­vate res­i­dences of­fer dy­namic charm and urban ameni­ties nes­tled snugly in the heart of the ac­tion in Vic­tory Park. www.wres­i­ 2408 Vic­tory Park Lane, Ste. 731, 214.397.4183.

THE TOWER RES­I­DENCES AT THE RITZ CARL­TON, DAL­LAS Ex­pect re­fined lux­ury and un­matched cus­tomer ser­vice in ad­di­tion to all the perks that come with the pres­ti­gious Ritz- Carl­ton name at The Tower Res­i­dences in Up­town, con­nected to the award-win­ning Ritz- Carl­ton, Dal­las re­sort and spa via an air-con­di­tioned sky­way. Of­fer­ing con­sul­ta­tions and build-out as­sis­tance from lo­cal in­te­rior de­signer Sherry Hayslip, state-of-the-art ap­pli­ances and floor­plans de­signed to fit each res­i­dent’s unique life­style, this ex­clu­sive col­lec­tion of con­do­minium homes and Re­gency row homes set the standard in lux­ury liv­ing. www.theres­i­dences­dal­ 2555 N. Pearl St., 214.855.2020.

WINDROSE TOWER AT LEGACY WEST Lo­cated in the heart of the ac­tion at Legacy West near the ever-ex­pand­ing Shops at Legacy, the Windrose Tower is the pin­na­cle of res­i­den­tial lux­ury in Plano, slated to open in 2017. Visit the sales of­fice to view floor plans, sched­ule an ap­point­ment and more.­drose­ 7800 N. Dal­las Pkwy., Ste. 156, Plano, 469.900.9333.

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