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That Puppet Guy at the Dallas Theater
The Puppet Guy, a.k.a. Lee Bryan, returns to the Dallas Theater as Dr. Dinosaur for two shows on Monday, July 9.
You'll discover how Paleontologists learn interesting facts about Carnivores and Herbivores by examining the fossils and bones they left behind.
You'll also learn about adaptation, flying reptiles, extinction...and you'll even get to witness a "real live" Dinosaur Death Match between the Cruel King Lizard, Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Speedy Thief known as the Velociraptor. Rock through the ages and rock to the beat in this toe-tapping musical revue featuring rod puppets, hand puppets, original songs and, of course, dinosaurs!
Showtimes are 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. All tickets are $5. Babies 2 and under attend free of charge.
More About Dallas Theater - Civic Center
The Dallas Theater was opened in 1926 under the name of The Strand and was built by Wendell Welch. The Strand was consumed by fire in 1948. In that same year it was replaced by the new Dallas Theater.
The city of Dallas has restored its theatre to become a community arts center. The theater features state-of-the-art audio, lighting and staging, as well as 500-plus theater-style seating, including a balcony. The facility is designed for stage productions, movies, local civic events and as a public auditorium.
The theater is a member of the League of Historic American Theatres. Both the theatre and the adjacent civic center are available for rental for dance recitals, fundraisers, musical performances, weddings, ceremonies, banquets, meetings and more.