Magnolia Lounge at Fair Park

The Magnolia Lounge at Fair Park in Dallas. Photographed on Friday, September 17, 2004.

Mei-Chun Jau/The Dallas Morning News

Magnolia Lounge at Fair Park in Fair Park

1121 First Ave.
Dallas, TX 75226

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The Magnolia Lounge was built in 1936 by the Magnolia (later to be Mobil) Oil Company. Visitors to the Centennial Exposition used the lounge as a resting place where they could watch films and enjoy continuous entertainment.
In 1947, the Magnolia Lounge took on a new life as theater artist Margo Jones' professional, regional theater, where plays were staged "in-the-round." Over the next years, Jones produced 85 plays in the theater, including an original work by a then-unknown playwright named Tennessee Williams.
Today, the building houses the offices of the Friends of Fair Park. In addition, the Margo Jones Theatre space stages plays for community arts organizations.
From FairPark.org

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