- Kitchen Dog Theater’s new play “Trevor” is inspired by real events. The subversive comedy is about a formerly famous chimpanzee who’s grasping to be back in the spotlight. It’s at the Wyly Theatre’s 9-th floor stage.
- Also opening this weekend is the play “I’m Not Rappaport.” A play about two elderly men who strike up an unlikely friendship based upon hilarious tall tales. See it at Mesquite Community Theatre.
- On Sunday the Fort Worth Opera blends Mexican folk traditions with opera to tell the gripping story of a family divided by borders and their struggle to exist between two worlds. See “Cruzar la Cara de la Luna” at Bass Performance Hall.
For more on these and other events explore the Art&Seek calendar.