Join Us for a Show
At Theatre Three, we want to bring the arts and entertaining theatre to as many people as possible. To do this, we offer a few different ways to see a show. Whether you need a single ticket or need a season package, we have just what you need.
2022-2023 Season Information
Big Scary Animals
by Matt Lyle
Directed by Becki McDonald
An older white couple from the country moves to the city to be closer to their granddaughter and unknowingly settles in the gay neighborhood. What begins as polite dinner conversation with their gay, multi-ethnic neighbors careens out of control. Returning to Theatre Three after a critically-acclaimed run in Theatre Too in 2017, “Big, Scary Animals” is a hilarious collision of race, sex, guns, and sports that examines shifting generational beliefs and just how hard it is to raise a child regardless of who you are and where you live. A hilarious, dark comedy.
Run Dates: September 1-25, 2022
Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan
Music & Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Directed by Joel Ferrell
Music Directed by Cody Dry
In partnership with Circle Theatre
From the creators of the Broadway sensation “The Producers” comes the monstrously fun musical, Young Frankenstein. When the grandson of the infamous Victor Frankenstein, Frederick Frankenstein, inherits his family’s estate, his mad scientist genes come to fruition! With the help of his assistant, Igor, he brings a monster to life and hilarity ensues. With memorable tunes like "The Transylvania Mania," "Don’t Touch Me" and "Puttin' on the Ritz," Young Frankenstein is an electrifyingly good time.
Puttin’ on the Ritz in Transylvania!
Run Dates: October 13-November 13, 2022
The Elephant Man
Written by Bernard Pomerance
Directed by Jeffrey Schmidt
John Merrick, an intelligent and friendly man shunned by Victorian-era society and called a “freak” due to his skin and bone disorders is found abandoned. Under the care of physician Frederick Treves, Merrick begins to slowly evolve from an object of pity to an urbane and witty favorite of the aristocracy and literati, only to be denied his ultimate dream – to become a man like any other. A biographical drama.
Run Dates: January 19-February 19, 2023
The Butterfly’s Evil Spell
Written by Federico García Lorca
Translated and Adapted by Dante Flores
Directed by Danielle Georgiou, PhD
Music Director/Composer Danny Anchondo Jr
In a whimsical world of beetles, scorpions, and bugs of all sorts, a beetle falls in love with an injured butterfly. An "insect comedy" written in verse, “The Butterfly’s Evil Spell” is a story about unrequited love in a “green and humble meadow” covered in dewdrops and dripping in poetry.
A fantastical, tragic love story.
Run Dates: April 6-April 30, 2023
Next to Normal
Book & Lyrics by Brian Yorkey
Music by Tom Kitt
Directed by Christie Vela
Music Directed by Vonda K. Bowling
The Goodman family is just a “normal” family: Dad's an architect, mom packs lunches and makes birthday cakes, and their daughter and son are bright, wise-cracking teens. Under the surface, their family is anything but. “Next to Normal” explores a family’s raw and emotional journey with a mother struggling with chronic bipolar disorder as they navigate a world of therapists and medication.
An emotionally charged Tony-Award winning musical!
Run Dates: June 1-July 2, 2023
2022-2023 Theatre Too Information
I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change
Book & Lyrics by Joe DiPietro
Music by Jimmy Roberts
Directed by Joel Ferrell
Music Directed by Vonda K. Bowling
Directed by Joel Ferrell and Music Directed by Vonda K. Bowling, this crowd-pleasing comedy that depicts the truths and myths behind what it means to love, date, or lose someone .
Run Dates: December 29, 2022- February 18, 2023
The Classic Package
Guests can enjoy a year of productions at Theatre Three with a season subscription! For $150 you get tickets to all 5 shows of our 60th season, in your chosen seats on your chosen night! Subscribers benefit from a number of special perks and privileges, from invite only events, waived ticket exchange fees, pre-purchase access to special productions, and more! Not sure if you can commit to the full season but still want to be a subscriber? Our Flex Package gives you 4 tickets usable at any main season Theatre Three production, scheduled at your convenience. All the perks of being a subscriber, organized around your busy schedule!
We’ve added a 4-Pack Flexible Subscription option for the 2022-2023 Season! This plan allows you to use your four tickets however you’d like. Want to see one show four times? Go for it! All Flex Subscribers will contact the box office to redeem their tickets throughout the season by phone (214) 871-3300) or e-mail (email@example.com).
Regular performances are Thursday – Sunday. Our official opening night for each production is the first Monday of every run. Check out our Facebook page after the show for special post show receptions and discussions (only available on certain performance dates, as detailed on our Facebook page). Performance days/times may vary.
Tickets are available for student group sales and large party reservations (10+) through the box office. Student groups are admitted one chaperone per 10 students. Large party reservations include discounts at 10+ guests and 30+ guests. For additional inquiries please contact our Box Office and our Customer Services Manager will assist you.
Please note there is quite a bit of construction in the area. Please plan accordingly.
Theatre Three has begun a partnership with the Deaf Action Center to provide interpreted performances for our deaf and hard of hearing patrons. Please call us for more information!
Box Office Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: Noon – 5:00 PM
On Performance Days: Noon – Curtain
New Works Initiative
Why new plays and not just classics? Classics can give us perspective. We can evaluate the present from a distance. New plays give us context. Who better to speak for us than our peers? Together, new plays and classics fulfill T3’s mission to illuminate the human experience. Who knows? Years from now, maybe a play developed right here at T3, perhaps by a Dallas playwright, will offer perspective to a future audience.