Greater Lewisville Arts Alliance
Bringing the fine and performing arts to Lewisville is a top priority of the Lewisville City Council. GLAA is dedicated to the development and promotion of the arts for the enrichment of the quality of life in the greater Lewisville community. Volunteers and sponsors always are needed. Annual memberships also are available at the following levels:
Individual - $10
Family - $15
Business/Organization - $50
Arts Patron - $50
For more information visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/GreaterLewisvilleArtsAlliance
Lewisville Arts Organizations
Greater Lewisville Community Theatre
160 W. Main Street in Old Town Lewisville
Ticket information: 972.221.7469
The purpose of the Greater Lewisville Community Theatre is to stimulate and promote education in the theatre and the performing arts by providing the highest quality of productions possible. GLCT endeavors to broaden and enrich the theatrical experience and participation opportunities for the citizens of not only Lewisville but the surrounding area. We encourage all who are interested to come sample what we have to offer, whether it be acting, directing, music, dance or the technical aspect of the theatre.
LakeCities Ballet Theatre
Phone: 972.317.7987 or 972.317.7812
The LakeCities Ballet Theatre was founded in 1984 to promote and preserve the art of classical ballet in the Lewisville/Flower Mound area. LBT has strived to present full-length classical ballet performances at affordable ticket prices. While achieving this goal, LBT offers local audiences the opportunity to experience world renown visiting guest artists while also providing a venue for student dancers to perform and train with professional choreographers and dancers. LBT's reputation for quality has grown and its audience is now drawn from the larger D/FW metroplex area
Our Productions Theatre Co.
Performances held at the MCL Grand
100 N. Charles in Old Town Lewisville
PO Box 271483
Flower Mound, TX 75027
We are a professional, non-profit, IRS recognize 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, whose mission is to develop cultural growth in North Texas. Beginning its' 20th Season in 2012, Our Productions Theatre Co. & Theatre FMPAT challenges audiences through presentation of new, diverse, and classic theatrical productions for both adults and children; raising awareness of important issues through performance; fostering the educational development of future artists (Young Artist Training Program); and preserving the heritage of live theatrical performance for both current and future generations. Established in 1993, it is the only professional theatre company in Denton County, using Actors' Equity Association contracts.
Lewisville Civic Chorale
(Formerly Musical Feast Choral Society of Greater Lewisville)
P.O. Box 295821
Lewisville, TX 75029
The Lewisville Civic Chorale performs four choral concerts and a variety of smaller concerts throughout the year. The LCC is a choir of volunteers dedicated to bringing performances of sacred and secular choral music of the finest quality to the Lewisville area. New singers are always welcome.
Lewisville Lake Symphony
Led by Maestro Adron Ming, the Lewisville Lake Symphony is widely regarded as one of the best regional symphony orchestras in Texas. Founded in 1984, it has grown into a successful orchestra with over 50 highly talented, paid-professional musicians. You may also spot them in the Dallas Opera orchestra, in the pit at the Dallas Summer Musicals at Fair Park, or teaching at one of the area universities.
The Actors Conservatory Theatre
359 Lake Park Road, Suite 118
Phone: 972.436.UAct (8228)
Established in 1999, The ACT is a non-profit children's theatre dedicated to bringing classic literature to young minds through plays and musicals while promoting interest in and fostering appreciation of the performing arts in children. Its aim and purpose is to provide the opportunity for all residents of the community interested in any phase of theatre to participate and to provide a strong format so that every child can express the creativity within. The ACT produces a season of outstanding musical productions, quality family-centered entertainment, an array of classes during the school year, a teen improv group, and camps during the summer and spring break.
Visual Art League
Gallery located at MCL Grand
100 N. Charles Gallery
Hours: Tuesday through Saturday, 10 - 5 p.m.
The Visual Art League (VAL) provided support and promotion to visual artists from Lewisville and surrounding areas, and operates a public gallery where those artists can display and sell their work. Special exhibits are scheduled throughout the year and at supporting businesses. Additionally, the Visual Art League provides art education in the form of classes, lectures, slide presentations, field trips and demonstrations.
Other Local Arts Groups
Cross Timbers Artists' Guild
The Cross Timbers Artists' Guild is a group of visual artists who live and work in the neighborhoods of Lewisville, Flower Mound, Highland Village, Double Oak, Copper Canyon, Argyle and Bartonville. The Guild encourages an interest in and appreciation for the creative processes, materials and ideas related to the visual arts. The Guild hopes to inspire students and adults to pursue the visual arts as careers and hobbies, and to increase public awareness that art thrives in area neighborhoods.
Flower Mound Chamber Orchestra
P.O. Box 270002
Flower Mound, TX 75027
The Flower Mound Chamber Orchestra was founded in June of 1994 to provide area residents a vehicle for the performance and enjoyment of classical music. Our mission is to encourage and instruct musicians in the art of orchestral presentation and promote music education and awareness in the community. The orchestra is composed of local-area musicians who volunteer their time and considerable talents for the benefit of cultural awareness in the community and for their own enjoyment of playing in an ensemble.
Lakeside Arts Foundation
P.O. Box 560532
The Colony, TX 75056
Lakeside Arts Foundation is a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 charitable organization, formed in 2003, whose purpose is to support and promote local fine arts and arts organizations in the community. LAF hosts several events and fundraiser activities which provide opportunities and grants to local artists and arts organizations. The most well-known of these events is “Chalk This Way” sidewalk chalk art festival, which occurs each Spring, in conjunction with the Greater Lewisville Arts Alliance and other area arts organizations. In addition LAF provides 3 scholarships to LISD seniors who pursue arts-related degrees. All citizens are invited to participate and help support the arts in our community.
Lakeside Community Theatre
P.O. Box 560413
The Colony, TX 75056
Lakeside Community Theatre produces four to six full-length plays per year. Selections include comedies, dramas, musicals, mysteries and children's theatre. LCT is a 501c-3 nonprofit community service organization funded by the public through donations, sponsorships, membership dues and ticket sales.
Marilyn Nelson Memorial Theatre
1 Nelson Parkway
Highland Village, TX 75077
Studio B Performing Arts Center is a non-profit community theater that offers a wide range of acting, singing and dance classes for children of all ages, as well as community theater productions and children's workshop performances.
157 S. Moore Road
Coppell, TX 75019
Theatre Coppell is a non-profit theatre arts organization that produces and stages five shows per season, starting in the fall of each year and concluding every summer with a musical production. Theatre Coppell has built an outstanding reputation for delivering outstanding non-professional theatre. Theatre Coppell also holds workshops each summer for young actors to learn theatre and performance skills.