Winspear Opera House
The Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House at the AT&T Performing Arts Center is a 21st century reinterpretation of the traditional “horseshoe” shaped opera house, engineered specifically for performance of opera and musical theatre, with stages equipped for the performance of ballet and other types…
The Winspear is the centerpiece of the Arts Center - from Sammons Park and it's reflecting pool, to nearby Wyly Theater and Strauss Square for outdoor concerts. The beauiful Winspear is a strikingly contemporary theater - love the retracting chandelier. Find a performance you are interested in and…
The Winspear Opera House is fantastic for the shows but also for the architecture. Its a stunning building both inside and out!
Lavish horseshoe theater with famed sleek architecture staging opera, Broadway & more since 2009.
Beautiful architecture and atmosphere if you're in the mood for some live theatre
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