Since its creation in 1958, Casa Mañana has grown into the largest performing arts organization in Tarrant County.
About Casa Mañana
Since its creation in 1958, Casa Mañana has grown into the largest performing arts organization in Tarrant County. In more than 50 years, five visionary men have led this organization, Melvin O. Dacus, Clarence “Bud” Franks, Van Kaplan, Denton Yockey and Wally Jones. Twenty-three men and women have led Casa’s Board of Directors with hundreds of dedicated and generous volunteers have given their time and energy to serving beneath them. As Casa heads into its next 50 years, the commitment has never been stronger to present the highest quality live theatre and live up to its namesake, “The House of Tomorrow.”
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Transportation & Parking
Limited free parking is available on a first-come basis in Casa Mañana’s parking lot at the corner of University Drive and West Lancaster Avenue. When this lot is full additional parking is available at the Will Rogers Memorial Center Equestrian Center Garage. To access the garage, exit around Casa Mañana’s lot and turn right (south) onto University. Turn right onto Trail Drive and then right onto Watt Drive. The garage is immediately on your right. Parking is on the second level with stair access to Casa Mañana’s south lobby entrance.