Running through February 17th with nightly shows as well as a matinee on Saturday, exempting Monday of course. A true Shakespearean classic. A father rejects his daughter. A king neglects his people. The cosmos revolt. With this sweeping tragedy of a leader and his children, of love tested, relationships broken, and a kingdom divided, Dallas Theater Center culminates its four-year Shakespeare cycle – a much-heralded demonstration of how relevant the Bard’s great works are for our generation.
The Dee and Charles Wyly Theater on the south side of Sammons Park, seats up to 600 for performances of classical and experimental theater contemporary dance, musical performances, lectures and more. The world’s only vertical theater the innovative design of the Wyly Theater creates ultimate performance flexibility. With mechanized seating towers, the theater can transform from a proscenium to thrust to flat floor configurations, removing limitations for artistic directors. Surrounded on three sides by glass walls, the Potter Rose Performance Hall allows for pedestrian views into the theater, and a variety of audience views of the Dallas Arts District and city skyline.
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