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Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts

2351 Performance Dr, Richardson, TX 75082

Conveniently located in the Galatyn Park Urban Center in the heart of Richardson's business and technology area, the Charles W. Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations is an important component of the cultural and corporate landscapes of the North Texas region. Our mission is to create, foster and sustain an environment of cultural diversity, educational enrichment, and fulfilling experiences benefiting all who live and work within our community.

Since the Eisemann Center opened in September 2002, we have been recognized by clients, patrons and the media as one of the leading performing arts facilities serving the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Critical acclaim has been awarded not only for events that have taken place at the Eisemann Center, but for the facility and its architectural design.

The Eisemann Center’s location, just south of the intersection of Central Expressway (US 75) and the President George Bush Turnpike (Hwy. 190), is easily accessible by car. Just a few hundred feet from the Eisemann Center’s front doors is the DART Rail’s Galatyn Park Station on the Red Line. An attractive public plaza featuring the Texas Instruments Foundation Community Fountain welcomes everyone to this exciting Urban Center. The Renaissance Dallas-Richardson Hotel and Galatyn Park Conference Center provide over 30,000 additional square feet of meeting and banquet space located adjacent to the Eisemann Center. With the close proximity of additional full-service hotels, the Center truly is a special place that can accommodate a wide variety of activities and events.

A City of Richardson facility, the Eisemann Center is here to serve the entertainment and special events needs of both the cultural and business client. Serving the entire North Texas region, the Eisemann Center should be on your list for presenting, performing or attending events of all types. Come and see for yourself―there’s something for everyone at the Eisemann Center!

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Colllin County History Museum

300 E. Virginia Street, McKinney, TX 75069 | 972-542-9457



The Collin County Historical Society began in 1957 with Roy and Helen Hall who saw a need for preserving local history. They began collecting stories of past events by interviewing people and collecting family papers and photographs. Roy would write up his research in articles submitted to local newspapers. In later years, Helen wrote several books about Collin County pioneer families, schools, churches, communities, and the history of the city of McKinney. By 1975, the collection had outgrown not only their home but also the collecting efforts of other historically minded folks from Plano, Frisco, McKinney, and other communities around the county.


Under the leadership of Elizabeth Pink, the society began working to build a museum so that citizens of CollinCounty could experience history through the public exhibition of the collection. In 1979, the society reached an agreement to use the 1911 Federal building in McKinney, known as the Old Post Office as a permanent home. Built in 1912 and opened in 1913 this building had long served the citizens of Collin County as a post office, postal saving bank, civil service examination site, congressional staff office, and a recruiting office for all branches of the service during World War II. Even after the post office moved in 1957 it was the place where generations of county residents took their driver’s test.

Dallas Summer Musicals

CALL: 214-426-4768

EMAIL: groups@dallassummermusicals.org



Dallas Summer Musicals (DSM) is the preeminent nonprofit presenter of Broadway theatre in North Texas.


DSM produces, presents and promotes excellence in live musical theatre with year-round performances for diverse audiences of all ages, impacting the lives of children and families through community outreach and education and enriching the cultural landscape of Dallas/Fort Worth, North Texas and the Southwest Region.

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1350 East Arapaho Road suite 126 Richardson, Texas 75081


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