- The US/Mexico drug wars are examined in part two of Matthew Paul Olmos’ trilogy “so go the ghosts of méxico.” The 3-play cycle explores the extreme machismo of narco culture as shown through a cast of all women. See it at Undermain Theatre Wednesdays through Sundays through October 1.
- The Moncrief Cancer Center fall exhibition focuses on photographer Lynné Bowman Cravens’ personal experience with cancer. The show called “Things I Am, Things I Used To Be” opens tonight and will be on view through December 31.
- Time is running out to see Art en Blanc at thegallery8680 in Frisco. The exhibition showcases local artists whose works are painted predominately in white.
- The film “Dare To Drum,” documents the collaboration between Stewart Copeland, drummer for The Police, D’Drum, a Texas-based world percussion group, and Maestro Jaap van Zweden with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra to create groundbreaking work, both on and off the screen. The documentary screens at the Alamo Draft House Cedars on Friday, Sunday, and Monday. The Friday screening includes a performance by D’Drum after the film. There will be a Q&A with Stewart Copeland after the screening on Monday.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.