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SAMMONS CENTER STAFF AND TENANTS 2008  |  From left to right, Rear row: Craig Gregory, Turtle Creek Chorale; Kenn McBryde, Turtle Creek Chorale; Mark Parker, Turtle Creek Chorale; Julie Osborne, Shakespeare Dallas; Chuck Moore, Greater Dallas Youth Orchestras; Gae Hatton, Fine Arts Chamber Players  Middle row: Loris Anthony Beckles, Arga Nova Dance; Ralph Blackburn, Dance Council; Chris Robinson, Dance Council; Jenni Stewart, Shakespeare Dallas; Jenn Gaw, Shakespeare Dallas  Front row:  Tonya Assid, Greater Dallas Youth Orchestras; Diane Pilot, Sammons Center; Michael Cook (with Bailey), Sammons Center ; Yurie Iwasaki,Greater Dallas Youth Orchestras; Joanna St. Angelo, Sammons Center  Photo by Ron St. Angelo

Our Tenant Organizations


Arga Nova Dance
Dallas Area Cultural Advocacy Coalition
Dance Council of North Texas
Dallas Swing Dance Society
Fine Arts Chamber Players
Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra
New Arts Six
New Texas Symphony  
Shakespeare Festival of Dallas 
Turtle Creek Chorale
USA Ballroom Dance Association
Women’s Chorus of Dallas


Dallas Arts Resource System (DARS) Clients

A Designer's Foundation

Allegro Guitar
Art A la Carte
Bishop Blue
Children's Chorus of Greater Dallas
Conte De Loyo Flamenco Theater
Dallas Jazz Orchestra
Dallas Songwriters Association
Dallas Theater League
Frontier Drum and Bugle Corp
Junior Players
Resounding Harmony
Risk Theater

SAC/Bishop Blue


Non-Resident Users

20/20 Productions
Academy of Bangla Arts and Culture

Alliance Francaise
American Institute of Architects (AIA)
Anita Martinez Ballet Folklorico
Artreach Dallas
Arts Magnet High School
Asociacion de Borizche de Dallas
Baltimore Lyric Opera
Berklee College of Music
Carnegie Mellon University
Chance Productions
City of Dallas, Office of Cultural Affairs
Custumform Productions
Dallas Bach Society
Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce
Dallas Business Committee for the Arts
Dallas Business League
Dallas Chamber Orchestra
Dallas Classic Guitar Society
Dallas Drama Company
Dallas Goethe Center
Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture
Dallas Institute of Vocal Arts
Dallas Society of Illustrators
Dallas Symphony Association
Dallas Theater Center
Dallas Water Utilities
Dallas Wind Symphony
Eastman School of Music
Florida State University
Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce
Hungarian Cultural Center
International Opera Studio
Irish American Club
Kitchen Dog Theater
La Casa D’Espana
Leadership Dallas
League of Women Voters
Lyric Opera for American Artists
Mahogany Dance Theater
Maple Avenue Economic Development Association
Mexico Institute
Moon struck Theater
National Piano Foundation
New Theater Company
North Texas Winds
Northwestern University
Oak Lawn Band
Opus III
Park Cities Presbyterian Church Choir
Partnership for Arts, Culture & Education (PACE)
PM League - Dallas Museum of Art
Preservation Dallas
S.T.A.G.E.
San Francisco Opera
Santa Fe Opera
Shelton School
Stonewall Association
T.A.C.A.
Teatro Dallas
Texas Accountants and Lawyers for the Arts (TALA)
Texas Arts Marketing Network
Texas Baroque Ensemble
Texas Gilbert & Sullivan Theater
Texas Sculpture Association
The 500, Inc.
The International Theatrical Arts Society (TITAS)
Three Redneck Tenors
Undermain Theater
USA Film Festival
Vanderbilt University
Voices of Change
Walt Disney Productions
Wellesley College
West Dallas Community Center
Wolftrap Lyric Opera
Women in Communications
WRR Radio
Young Audiences of Dallas
Young Strings
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