- The contemporary dance group Pilobolus performs a retrospective of work from the past 40 years Saturday night at the Eisemann Center.
- In Dallas, PDNB Gallery opens its new location Saturday evening with the group exhibition “The Next Chapter: 154 Glass Street” featuring photographs by local and regional artists.
- The Lewisville Lake Symphony performs Prokofiev’s “Peter and the Wolf” with dancing by LakeCities Ballet Sunday afternoon at the Herring Recreational Center. Don’t miss the instrument petting zoo before the show.
- And in Richardson, the devised show Flowers of Ilium is based on Trojan Women by Euripides and some of Shakespeare’s monologues for his angry, distraught women. See Bare Bones Shakespeare’s production at the Core Theatre.
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