- Soul Rep Theatre rebrands its biennial new play festival in memory of the late and celebrated playwright and professor, Dr. Ted Shine. The inaugural Shine Play Festival will feature 10 new short plays written by local, national, and international playwrights around the theme “Black Men Illuminated.”
- The Eisemann Center hosts Chamber Music International for a show they’re calling “Ghost Opera.” The show features selections from classical European folk music, and interpretations of works by American jazz legend Thelonius Monk played on a pipa — sometimes called a Chinese lute.
- Join Art&Seek for State of the Arts Fort Worth to learn more about the plan for public art in the city – and new works that are coming, including a high-tech video projection mapping piece on the newly restored Will Rogers Pioneer Tower. It’s hosted by Jerome Weeks and happens at the Kimbell Art Museum.
For more on these and other events, explore the Art&Seek calendar.