People tend to check in during these times:
The interior is in disappointing shape compared to other historic theaters elsewhere in the country.
Basement bathrooms and high floor bars have the shortest lines.
Great place. Bring money to park in the garage.
Flash on consumer grade cameras are only good for 8 feet. Shut them off !!!
This place is nice and cozy.
One of my favorite places for stand-up
Houdini, Mae West, Duke Ellington and other stars have graced the stage of this theatre which is now a National Historic Landmark.
This a great venue for intimate musical performances, despite the substantial size of the main room. Quite a few noteworthy acts come through here, so be sure to check their calendar.
Cool theater, but balcony seating was high up. Some ushers weren't as friendly or accommodating as they should have been.
If you love chandeliers and gilt and ornate mirrors, this is the place! Also has an eerie past era feel!
Go see Lisa Lampanelli if you ever get a chance.
When Jim Gaffigan comes back, go see him. Very funny.
It was amazing the building is beautiful!
bars are cash only, but there's an ATM near the entrance on the right
I saw Frost/Nixon starring Stacy Keach
Convenient to downtown hotels and entertainment areas, this 1704-seat theater opened in April 1921 during the Vaudeville era and hosted a variety of acts from Houdini to Mae West and Bob Hope.
Just the tip?
Orpheus Chamber Singers - Incredible performance.
The last of downtown Dallas' palatial movie houses.
Opened in 1921, The Majestic hosted a variety of acts from Houdini to Bob Hope. As Vaudeville faded they began hosting movie premieres & their stars such as Jimmy Stewart, Gregory Peck & John Wayne.