Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre
This architectural masterpiece in the Dallas Arts District, designed by the renowned Rem Koolhaas, is one of the most distinctive buildings in the city and one of the venues comprising the AT&T Performing Arts Center. With 12 levels, this so-called “vertical theater” offers unobstructed views from every seat. Thanks to innovative engineering, the stage easily can be transformed to suit the current show. The Wyly hosts a variety of theatrical, musical and film productions, and the Dallas Theater Center performs all of its mainstage productions here. Just visiting the theater is a treat. The performance hall is surrounded by glass on three sides, affording beautiful views of the Dallas skyline.
The only restrooms are on the first floor, which can be a challenge during intermission.