Check some things off your list right now by buying online or calling our box office. We make it easy! But, most importantly, show tickets are a thoughtful gift.
YOU NEED A GIFT FOR…
Your friend who always has the funniest Facebook posts:
LOLOL (lots of laughing out loud)! Craig Ferguson, David Sedaris, and Paula Poundstone are all making their way to Dallas. Craig starts at $37.50, David at $35, and Paula at $45. You know Craig from The Late Late Show on CBS and remember him from The Drew Carey Show. David is the sardonic wit behind titles like SantaLand Diaries, C.O.G., Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls (and yes, Amy Sedaris is his sister). You know Paula from Disney/Pixar’s Inside Out and from Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me! on NPR. Speaking of NPR…
Your friend who’s always listening to NPR:
Know someone who’s been needing some inspiration lately? Our upcoming #hearhere speaker series includes a sexy astrophysicist (Neil deGrasse Tyson), a prairie home companion (Garrison Keillor), an unapologetic cultural satirist (Fran Lebowitz), and a best-selling author (Neil Gaiman). Get tickets to all four in a season subscription, starting at $295 (that’s less than $75 per show to pick some of the world’s greatest brains – and hurry because these are selling fast).
Snap Judgment Live! Anyone who’s listened to NPR will recognize the tagline “storytelling with a beat.” Snap Judgment is the storytelling phenomenon heard weekly on more than 365 stations, and downloaded more than two million times a month – so there’s a good chance you know someone who would love to catch it live! Tickets start at $35.
Your aunt who’s an English teacher:
Our Shakespeare tickets are just $10! Plus students get in free. We’re partnering with Shakespeare Dallas to present staged readings of every word Billy ever wrote. Coming up is Cymbeline in January, King Lear in March, followed by All’s Well That Ends Well, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, then his sonnets.
Your friend who studied theatre in college:
We bring the best shows from NYC to Dallas. Coming up after the holidays in our Broadway season is The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Into the Woods, Something Rotten!, and Finding Neverland. You can buy single tickets (starting at $25), or bundle three shows and save!
And what musical theatre fan wouldn’t want to see one of the most… popular (reference) Broadway divas ever, KRISTIN CHENOWETH?! You know her from Wicked, Glee, Pushing Daisies – and she even portrayed a fictional Dallasite on ABC’s GCB. (Starting at $50)
Your cousin who’s always singing:
Pink Martini features more than a dozen musicians who perform all over the world and draw inspiration from each place they visit. As their bandleader/pianist, Thomas Lauderdale, said, “If the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.” They’re here in March, so you can kick off spring by seeing them outside in Strauss Square, under the stars and skyline. Tickets start at $38.
Your niece who takes dance lessons:
Pilobolus is the dance troupe that’s more silhouette than pirouette. You might’ve seen their shadow act on the Oscars or the VMAs this year with Britney Spears. Tickets start at $25. Also ahead in dance: Bridgman|Packer and Doug Varone.
Your nephew who loves graphic novels:
Robot Planet Rising: An Intergalactic Nemesis Live Action Graphic Novel features three actors who voice dozens of characters, a Foley artist who does all the sound effects, a pianist who plays the entire cinematic score, and more than 1,250 hi-res comic book panels on an enormous movie screen. We presented a previous installment of The Intergalactic Nemesis back in May and it received rave reviews. You might also remember this from NPR, PBS, or Conan. Tickets start at $30.
Your sister-in-law who returns everything:
We have gift certificates, starting at any dollar amount!