The Farr Best Theater, an intimate, 158-seat venue in downtown Mansfield, is a gem of Mansfield history.
It was first opened on October 10, 1917 by Milton May Farr who became one of the citys' most prominent citizens and oversaw the installation of the first electric lights in the city and a modernized water system. He named the theatre the Best Farr Theatre and then in 1950 it became known as the Farr Best Theater. For 58 continuous years, it was operated by Milton and Annie Farr and their 9 children.
The Farr Best Theater has seen several owners and uses since then, but was most recently purchased in 2017 by the City of Mansfield to preserve the building and return it to its intended use as a theater. It is currently undergoing a revitalization to retain and enhance much of the original historic charm. It operates as community arts venue hosting concerts, movies, theatrical productions, lectures, dance, magic, and a variety of community events.
The theater was placed on the National Register of Historic places on September 12, 1996.
Come out to the Farr Best Theater in downtown Mansfield for a concert presented by the FW Songwriters Association.
Featuring John Terry, Matt & Connie Meek, and Jayson Maxwell.
Doors open at 6:15 pm and show starts at 7:00 pm
John Terry is a native of Waco, Texas, and has been writing songs for more than 40 years. He has been a member of the Fort Worth Songwriters’ Association since 1997 and served on the Board of Directors from...
North Texas' premier sleight of hand artist Braden Daniels leaves you breathless as you are taken on a fast-paced, fascinating and mind-blowing journey! Enjoy a unique combination of magic, storytelling and improvisational comedy! Audience participation throughout the show. Braden has always had a passion for creating and performing magic. His love for magic has taken him on a wonderful journey and he truly believes that great magic has...