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Great Play today. Really Enjoyed it. Old Bath House sitting on White Rock Lake. Great View out back of the Lake with a Telescope. Ducks everywhere. Have been here Twice to see Plays and have not been Disappointed. Price us Reasonable. Plays 2 hours long...More
Every year, FIT, FESTIVAL OF INDEPENDENT THEATERS, takes place over 2 weeks. A $60 pass can be purchased for unlimited attendance, or pay as you go, for $10/show. These are small groups without a theater of their own. The acting is superb, and the old...More
This is an early bath house (swimming area and changing rooms) at White Rock Lake that has been converted into a cultural center. It contains a very small theater and usually has art on display. If you are near the lake it is probably worth...More
I was in the park anyways so I took a stroll over to see this beautiful old bath house building. Unfortunate was closed today. It looks like it is a decent size and probably would be helpful too learn about this history in this area
I'm unsure exactly how old this facility is and all the history behind the Bathhouse, but I had a chance recently to see it up close and personal. It was a very nice experience. My wife and I took the chance of going inside one...More
Great place to visit while having a picnic by White Rock Lake. We saw a specific exhibit and was very pleased at the overall experience. Very laid back, casual attire acceptable. We definitely will go back.
Went here to see some performances that are part of the Festival of Independent Theatres (which usually begins around mid July). Other events are also held here throughout the year. This is a really nice venue for theater-going. Since the Bath House sits in the...More
We were shocked -- and very pleased -- to find and enjoy this remarkable theater. The production shows that this place is run by theater professionals. Dallas is very fortunate to have this level of expertise in a regional theater.
Hidden in the scenics just on the outskirts of Hwy 12. The Bath house cultural center has been a standing historic reference promoting Cultural heritage and arts for ages.
Originally started as a community recreational spot the Bath house has well developed into promoting a...More