Fort Worth, TX: Casa Maņana

Country: United States of America
State: Texas
City: Fort Worth
Location: 3101 West Lancaster Avenue

Built 1958 on the former site of the "Casa Maņana" (House of Tomorrow) open-air amphitheatre (built 1936, demolished during World War II). Opened 5 July 1958 with Cole Porter's musical "Can-Can". 1805 seats. Theatre-in-the-round seating scheme under an aluminum dome.

Links: www.casamanana.org, Wikipedia

[Fort Worth, TX: Casa Manana] Reverse Text: "The Glow of Texas' Setting Sun on Casa Manana Theatre. Amon Carter Square, Fort Worth, Texas. Casa Manana, the world's first permanent musical arena theatre, is located at University Drive and West Lancaster Avenue. Audiences at Fort Worth's fabulous aluminum-domed theatre witness the magic of stagecraft created before their eyes. America's stars of tomorrow relive Broadway's great shows of today, at Casa Manana, 'House of Tomorrow'."
Publisher: John A. Stryker, Western Fotocolor, Fort Worth; S27252
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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[Fort Worth, TX: Casa Manana] Reverse Text: "Casa Manana - House of Tomorrow. University Drive and West Lancaster. Amon Carter Square, Fort Worth, Texas. Casa Manana, the world's first musical 'theatre in the round,' provides top entertainment for thousands of the Fort Worth-Dallas area each year. Patrons of Fort Worth's fabulous silver aluminum-domed theatre witness the magic of stagecraft created before their very eyes. America's stars of tomorrow relive Broadway's great shows of today at Casa Manana."
Publisher: Stryker's Western Fotocolor, Fort Worth; 9332
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
Not sent.

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