Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater (MCL Grand) opened its doors with a three-day celebration on Jan. 14-16, 2011. The center is located at 100 N. Charles Street, between Main and Church streets, in the heart of Old Town Lewisville. Administrative offices and art gallery are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
MCL Grand gives the many arts groups in the Greater Lewisville area a facility to perform and display their works and also hosts other regional and national shows and exhibits, events, classes and meetings. The facility features a 296-seat theater with acoustics designed for both speech and music, a 2,200-square-foot art gallery, a 2,400-square-foot dance recital hall, 3,000-square-foot black box and 1,750 square feet of classrooms. A courtyard from Charles Street to the theater lobby is large enough to host small outside performances and dinners.
Page Sutherland Page architectural firm designed the center, which draws upon similarities to the existing buildings in Old Town Lewisville. Several local arts groups provided input in the planning stages of the facility. Tax Increment Refinance Zone bonds funded most of the project.
Art Pop-ups in the Plaza
- Date: June 08, 2019 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
- Location: Wayne Ferguson Plaza
150 W. Church Street
Lewisville, Texas 75057
Encounter live artists creating art in various forms in Wayne Ferguson Plaza every Saturday evening from 6-8 p.m. with Art Pop-ups in the Plaza. Each week will feature one artist with the Visual Art League of Lewisville, and art forms may include painting, music performance, 3-dimentional works, sketching, art-trading card creation, spoken word and more.
June 8: David Mask, custom large canvas paintings
June 15: Jackie Haugen, watercolor
Art Pop-ups will go through late June.
Wayne Ferguson Plaza is a 1.5-acre urban park and community gathering located in the heart of Old Town Lewisville. The plaza is across the street from Lewisville City Hall and the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater (a 40,000-square-foot public arts center), and is adjacent to the historic Main Street commercial district.