CORONAVIRUS: Latest updates here.
Beth from New York
Saw this show in New York Twice. I've seen just about every Broadway show and this is one of the top 5. If only Christopher Fitzgerald could have a permanent role as "Ogie." He is HYSTERICAL. Laugh out loud hysterical. But all of the cast were wonderful. I want to see it again.
Jeff from Austin, Texas
Attended the 2 PM today 1/26. Made me tear up in a good way many times. Just magnificent.
Gail Buzzotta from St. Louis, Missouri
LOVED EVERY MINUTE!
From start to finish, this musical was solid with all of the splendid characteristics of a great show! The performers were right on cue, even little Lulu (starring Penelope Garcia). Because the Fabulas Fox Theatre has excellent acoustics, the actors’ incredible voices were highlighted making the show even more enjoyable. And a bonus was having the band on stage with the performers. So glad Waitress came to St Louis ~ Big Thumbs Up!
Karen S. from Worcester, Massachusetts
SUPERB SHOW, EXCELLENT ACTING AND SINGING
The show was terrific! The acting was incredible! Although some serious subject matters, the overall tone was fun and the show had me laughing out loud often. The cast was perfect!
Cindy Stockly from Sacramento, California
Four of us went to see Waitress on the 29th and we loved it. The acting, singing and choreography were outstanding. It was very well cast, the characters were all very believable. It made you laugh and cry and feel good at the end. I liked it, because it mpowers women. We would definitely recommend seeing Waitress !
Frank M from Portland, Oregon
SOLID PLAY BUT BE CAREFUL BUYING TICKETS
Most everyone has covered the actual play. I'm writing to inform others that the stage design makes a difference on seat choices. The diner's kitchen is to the far left.. If you sit in the far left orchestra section there will be parts of the action you can't see (even the furthest right seats of that section) and the sound to the far left of the left section is terrible. The stage design is a bit questionable - why have the band centered to the stage and a set element where action happens in a place where some patrons can't see the action?
Freeman from Washington, District of Columbia
Worth seeing for sure. Only disappointment is lead actress. Everyone else amazing.
Seen Waitress? Loved it? Hated it?
Help your fellow Dallas Theater visitors by leaving the first review. Everyone will love you for it, we promise!Write a review now
colourful CREATIVE Enchanting
Waitress is making history as the first musical in Broadway to be lead by four women in the top creative slots!
While many Broadway shows sweep you away into far away worlds and mystical settings, Waitress offers a simply charming slice of life from a small town diner with little to nothing going on.Read full review
About Dallas Theater: We are an independent show guide not a venue or show. We sell primary, discount and resale tickets and prices may be above or below face value.
Tue, May 10
Wed, May 11
Thu, May 12
Fri, May 13
Sound good to you? Share this page on social media and let your friends know about Waitress at Winspear Opera House.
Official Waitress broadway souvenir merchandise
Please note: The term Winspear Opera House and/or Waitress as well as all associated graphics, logos, and/or other trademarks, tradenames or copyrights are the property of the Winspear Opera House and/or Waitress and are used herein for factual descriptive purposes only. We are in no way associated with or authorized by the Winspear Opera House and/or Waitress and neither that entity nor any of its affiliates have licensed or endorsed us to sell tickets, goods and or services in conjunction with their events.