Theatre 3 is so well hidden that I could hardly find it when I was looking for it. Located between a liquor store and a diner, Theatre 3 is definitely one of Dallas’ best kept secrets.
Thank you to Theatre 3 for hooking me up with passes to see a show!
Y’all, its been years since I went to a show, so when Theatre 3 reached out for me to watch one I was pretty excited! I honestly didn’t know what to expect. After thinkng it over, I realized that some of you may not know what to expect at a show either. Or even more so, how to prepare! So here are 3 things you need to know about going to a show at Theatre 3!
First Timer’s Guide to Theatre 3
1. Dress in business casual
This isn’t one of those things where you have to dress up in ball gowns and high heels. I mean, feel free to do so if that tickles your fancy, but you can totes show up casual if you’d like.
2. There are no “bad seats” at Theatre 3
The seats for the theater surround the stage on all sides, so no matter where you’re sitting, you will see the show. The directors are really good about making sure everyone has some face-time with the actors. Plus, since the theatre is fairly small, you don’t have to worry about not being able to hear or see the show.
3. Snacks and Reusable Cups – Oh My!!
They have all the usual suspects when it comes to snacks and such. But they also serve wine and beer! Since they don’t want you to spill your stuff all over the stage, they even give you a reusable cup (with a lid) to drink out of in the theater.
4. How to find Theatre 3
This is the tricky one – I was almost late to the show because the theater is legit HIDDEN! If you’re looking for it, it’s sandwiched behind Dream Cafe and Sigel’s Liquor Store! Like you literally have to walk behind the store and go down this cute courtyard to get to it – it’s not visible from the street!
Those are 4 things you HAVE to know if visiting Theatre 3 for the first time. Of course, if you have any other questions you can reach out to me at any time. To stay caught up on other fun things to do in Dallas and beyond, follow me on Instagram!