he elegance and service
of an era past are available to discriminating brides at the Sara Ellen
& Samuel Weisfeld Center. This beautifully restored 600-seat
performing arts and conference center is located at the south end of
and is easily recognized by its majestic silver dome.
With its ornate
Sanctuary and flexible Social Hall, the Weisfeld Center
is a popular choice for brides who prefer one location for both their
wedding ceremony and reception. The venue
is also ideal for theatrical and musical events, and a wide variety of
corporate and private functions.
he Weisfeld Center
occupies the former First Church of Christ, Scientist building, constructed
It is an excellent example of
neo-Classical Revival architecture, and has received numerous awards for historical
preservation and architectural achievement.
The building’s centerpiece is a pipe organ designed
by the Hook & Hastings company of Boston. The first of its kind in Dallas, it has been recognized
as “…an instrument of exceptional historic merit worthy of preservation."
eisfeld Center combines all the charm of a beautifully rennovated church with the
style and sophistication of a symphony hall. Between planned engagements, Weisfeld Center is available for rental. It
serves as the perfect backdrop for everything from plays and musicals to
recitals and weddings. More information...
Back by very popular demand! The off-Broadway
smash hit Tony n’ Tina’s Wedding returns for Friday, Saturday and Sunday
performances starting April 18, 2008.
For more information, or to purchase tickets,