- After having been performed in Paris and New York, the play “Texas in Paris” will make its local debut at the Eiseman Center in Richardson. The show, written by Dallas-based writer/historian Alan Govenar, tells the story of how music and faith can bring diverse people together.
- Aimless puppets deal with low expectations and active libidos in the Tony Award-winning musical, “Avenue Q.” See the show at KD Conservatory in Dallas.
- Palace Arts Center in Grapevine gives classical music a remix through modern interpretations. Don’t miss “Classically Jazzed” featuring violinist Zuriel Merek.
- The Texas Woman’s University Department of Dance kicks off their DanceMakers Concert event. The three-day series features a showcase of diverse choreography from hip-hop, to ballet, folklórico, dance theatre, and contemporary dance. Performances take place at the Margo Jones Performance Hall on the Denton campus.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.