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You may love it, despise it or minimize it, but this play evokes a myriad of emotions brought from the depths of the souls who experienced those times. The period music was what attracted me to this production, but the themes and questions the playwright...More
Small theater - honestly didn’t expect much when I saw the venue - boy was I wrong! The production was fabulous! The talent level was staggering. Great experience overall. Looking forward to my next visit and will be bringing more friends along too.
All the years I lived in Tarrant county, I never went to the Jubilee and I now know I was definitely missing out. This small theater in the heart of downtown is a jewel. The performance of "Beehive", a salute to girl groups and singers...More
This is an historical community theater. It seats about 150+ people and has some amazing attractions. I guess the this would best be described originally as a black performance theater. Rich in culture and history, the Jubilee is now an experience for all cultures. Greatness...More
Second time to see a show at the Jubilee- and it's always a fun time. Very intimate theater which only holds about 145 people. It's so small that you actually have to walk across part of the stage to get to your seats.
Having Our Say was a great production at Jubilee Theatre. Friends invited us to go with them to see the play about the Delaney Sisters. This is a small intimate theatre with good view from all seats and easy to hear. The actors in this...More
The Jubilee has become our favorite theatre in downtown Fort Worth. It features passionate actors who give superior performances of serious plays, fun plays and wonderful musicals. Unless we are sick or out of town, we never miss going to Jubilee performances. We just attended...More
Response from CHARLES G | Reviewed this property |
It is in the middle of the city so there are several hotels within a few blocks but they are expensive. I stayed at the Worthington, right across the street. There are tons of inexpensive restaurants in the area.