- Dallas’ PrismCo tells stories through movement. Their newest production, “Medea Myth: Love’s Beginning” puts a new spin on the Greek tragedy. See it at the Wyly Theatre.
- Also in Dallas, Theatre Three’s new comedy “Susan and God” tells the story of a wealthy socialite who’s become fascinated with a religious cult.
- As part of Dallas Jazz Appreciation Month, UTD professor and visual artist, Andrew Scott teams up with five-time Grammy winner Terence Blanchard for an artsy jazz performance. It happens at the O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building on the UTD campus.
- Check out the “Invented Worlds” of Texas artist Valton Tyler at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Fort Worth. His work is a unique combination of organic, mechanistic, and surreal shapes, which often rise from mountain, desert, or arctic landscapes. The show closes in two weeks.
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