Theater, Music Venue, Performing Arts
1925 Elm St (btwn N. St. Paul St. & N. Harwood St.)
Dallas, TX 75201
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- If you love chandeliers and gilt and ornate mirrors, this is the place! Also has an eerie past era feel!
- bars are cash only, but there's an ATM near the entrance on the right
- Flash on consumer grade cameras are only good for 8 feet. Shut them off !!!
- I saw Frost/Nixon starring Stacy Keach
- Just the tip?
- A beautiful, classic theater and a great place to experience music and shows.
- I was a good show. I just don't like the idea to allow people eat and drink during the shows. It's annoying and un respectful
- Movie palace if you see a film here get floor seats.
- 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.
- This place is nice and cozy.
- One of my favorite places for stand-up
- Bring cash
- Cool theater, but balcony seating was high up. Some ushers weren't as friendly or accommodating as they should have been.