There's so much culture happening in Dallas-Fort Worth that choosing what you want to see might sometimes feel a little overwhelming — especially if you have to plan weeks in advance. And if you're on a budget, it can be hard to keep track of who's offering what ticket discounts, and when.
Enter TodayTix, the app and website that puts discounted and full-price tickets at your fingertips. Arts aficionados in New York, London, Chicago, and beyond have been using TodayTix to discover the best their city has to offer, and now Dallasites and Houstonians can too.
Just check the app to see what's playing that day, or up to 30 days in advance, and score tickets at the best prices to the city's most sought-after performances.
The biggest arts institutions in Dallas have all signed on, so you can expect to snag deals for shows at AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas Theater Center, Casa Mañana, WaterTower Theatre, The Dinner Detective, Circle Theatre, Stage West, Theatre Three, Uptown Players, Turtle Creek Chorale, Kitchen Dog Theater, and Bishop Arts Theatre Center.
More into classical? Get your fix with Dallas Opera, The Cliburn, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Dallas Chamber Symphony, and New Texas Symphony Orchestra. Dance-lovers can catch the latest from Texas Ballet Theater, Avant Chamber Ballet, Dark Circles Contemporary Dance, and TITAS Presents.
TodayTix is also revolutionizing the process of day-of rush tickets, and you can see how simple the process is here with Dallas Theater Center's The Trials of Sam Houston.
Here's how it works: Rather than having to go to the Kalita Humphreys Theater lobby and wait in a rush line before the show, you can access exclusive $20 rush tickets from anywhere, right on the TodayTix app. To get the best price, just "unlock" the rush access by sharing a post about the show on social media. From there, you can get first-come, first-served rush tickets each day there is a performance, beginning April 20 at 9 am.
The masterminds behind TodayTix are two life-long friends and Broadway producers, who launched the app in New York City in 2013. Since then, the service has amassed partnerships with more than 800 theater institutions globally. It operates in the world's most iconic theater markets, and that now includes Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.