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1619 S. Clinton Ave
Dallas, TX 75224
Phone Number:
972-814-1852
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In 2018, IMPRINT launched our inaugural season, providing access and opportunities to artists and audiences in Dallas:

Our "Mainstage" season brought invigorating works to Dallas and presented them in unique and exciting ways. From the fully immersive "Murder Ballad" by Juliana Nash and Julia Jordan to the hard-hitting, in your face Glengarry Glen Ross, by David Mamet, and our irreverent romp through the French Revolution with Lauren Gunderson's "The Revolutionists," we were able to engage and entice audiences.

Our "First Impressions" program provided spotlights and opportunities for ten local playwrights to have their plays heard by audiences and established a connection with over sixty local artists and theaters, in addition to panels and other networking opportunities.

Our "On the Verge" series provided a platform for local artists to have their works produced that demanded to be heard, born of artistic urgency.

We have also finalized our second season, which will be even bolder and more exciting! Launching January, 2019.
"Dallas' hottest new theatre company"
- Broadway World

"This company will be pioneering the future of Dallas theater! I can't wait to see what else they do!"
- Jason V, Facebook

"Imprint theatreworks continues to come out strong"
- Theaterjones

"Imprint's production of Murder Ballad was, in a word, fearless. In two words: fearless and CAPTIVATING. I can't wait to see more."
- Sienna R, Facebook

"Imprint boldly steps forward"
- Theaterjones

"...an interlocking group piece where every part is key in the well-oiled machine."
- The Dallas Morning News (on IMPRINT's inaugural production of Glengarry, Glen Ross by David Mamet)