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Places! April 14-20

It's our weekly list of performing arts events opening on local stages. Plus, the rundown of last-chance shows.



published Friday, April 15, 2016

Welcome to our weekly mega-list of performing arts happenings on TheaterJones! It covers a Thursday-to-Wednesday cycle and rounds up our picks for the best theater, classical music, opera, dance, comedy, spoken word/poetry and performing arts on film that are opening on North Texas stages and in movie theaters. Of all the local print and/or digital publications out there, it's the only weekly list of best bets that covers the range of performing arts—and only performing arts.

This week: The Dallas Opera takes on one of the most important American musicals, Undermain Theatre goes whale watching, WaterTower Theatre enjoys a Big Meal, and the Dallas Chamber Symphony combines original filmmaking with existing music.

This list doesn't have everything happening in this week's cycle, but we've hit the highlights. For more listings, click the red calendar button at the top right of the page, and then you'll see a search function where you can search for events by presenting company, venue, title, description, date range and more options.

Note: Theater productions that have opened in a previous cycle and are in the middle of the run are not in the list below, but you can find them in the listings (see paragraph above). When a show is in its final weekend, we'll mention it in the "Last Chance" section of Places!

Get out and support the arts!

 

THE BIG 12

 THU APRIL 14  thru  WED APRIL 20 

Photo: Kelsey Leigh Ervi
The Big Meal at WaterTower Theatre

 

 1  Show Boat

The Dallas Opera | AT&T Performing Arts Center, Winspear Opera House

Photo: Karen Almond
Show Boat at Dallas Opera

There are a handful of American musicals that can crossover into opera territory because of the vocal writing—we're thinking Sweeney Todd, A Little Night Music, Carousel, South Pacific and The Most Happy Fella, as well as Candide, which is really an opera that crosses over into musical theater. And then there are those operettas that are pretty evenly shared by opera companies and musical theaters (Lehar's The Merry Widow, anything Gilbert and Sullivan). Interestingly, while major opera companies have been taking on the occasional musical, the Dallas Opera has not tackled one in its history, until now. And it's a biggie. Show Boat (1927) features music by Jerome Kern, book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II (with additional lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse), and is adapted from the Edna Ferber novel, a powerful story about racism and show business. And how about those tunes? "Old Man River," "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man," "Make Believe," and "Bill," to name a few. Show Boat is the first major book musical and considered the first important work of American musical theater as it progressed from the operetta. From there, the form has moments, but really sees growth with 1943's groundbreaking Oklahoma! The DO's production of Show Boat, which was originally directed by Francesca Zambello, features dancers from Dallas Black Dance Theatre and is led by a cast of opera and Broadway luminaries, including Angela Renée Simpson as Queenie, Alyson Cambridge as Julie La Verne, Michael Todd Simpson as Gaylord Ravenal, Andriana Churchman as Magnolia Hawks and Morris Robinson as Joe. Emmanuel Villaume conducts. On April 23, the production will have a free live simulcast at AT&T Stadium. | April 15-May 1

» More info in our listing

» Look for related interviews coming on TheaterJones

 

 2  Jonah

Undermain Theatre, Dallas

This world premiere, based on the biblical story of Jonah, is from the playwright that Undermain has collaborated with most, Len Jenkin. Undermain has produced his plays Abraham Zobell's Home Movie: Final Reel, Time in Kafka, Port Twilight, or A History of Science, Margo Veil: an entertainment, and Poor Folk's Pleasure; most of those premieres. With Jonah, director Katherine Owens and Jenkin had the opportunity to develop the work at the Sundance Festival in 2015. | April 16-May 7

» More info in our listing

» Shelby-Allison Hibbs' first Work in Progress column, which focuses on this production

 

 3  The Big Meal

WaterTower Theatre, Addison

Photo: Ashley Randall
Jonah at Undermain Theatre

WaterTower Theatre presents Dan LeFranc's The Big Meal, which takes place in a typical suburban restaurant on a typical night, where Sam and Nicole meet and sparks fly. That sets in motion an expansive tale that traverses five generations of a modern family, from first kiss to final goodbye, spanning about 80 years in one setting. Emily Scott Banks directs, and the cast includes John S. Davies, Lois Sonnier Hart, Jakie Cabe, Sherry Hopkins, Garret Storms, Kia Boyer, Alex Duva and Kennedy Waterman. | Previews April 15-17, opens April 18 and runs through May 8

» More info in our listing

 

 4  Sight of Sound International Film Festival

Dallas Chamber Symphony | Dallas City Performance Hall

Of all the cool film-related music programs the Dallas Chamber Symphony does, this is our favorite. Filmmakers are given an existing short piece of music, and have to make a short film that goes with the music. This year's selections, which will be shown on a big screen and played by DCS, are: Bloom, directed by Margaret To with music by Jacques Offenbach (The Tales of Hoffmann, Barcarolle); Time Crunch, directed by H. Paul Moon, music by Jordan Kuspa (Time Crunch); Experiment, directed by Lili Gu, music by Edvard Grieg (Heart Wounds); Teddy’s Bear, directed by Caitlin Brown, music by Léo Delibes (Sylvia, Pizzicato); Food Fight, directed by Aparna Hegde, music by Léo Delibes (Sylvia, Pizzicato); Red-Green, directed by Jade Small, music by Debussy (Clair de lune); Routine (Reversed), directed by Jabari Canada, music by Jacques Offenbach (The Tales of Hoffmann, Barcarolle); and Zero Sum, directed by Rebecca Shenfeld, music by Jules Massenet (Thaïs, Meditation). That will be followed by Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1, featuring pianist Saetbyeol Kim. Richard McKay conducts.  | 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 19

» More info in our listing

 

 5  Wiesenthal

Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts, Richardson

Tom Dugan brings his one-man play Wiesenthal, about Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal, to the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts, Richardson. Read more about it by clicking the link to our interview with Dugan below. | April 14-17

» More info in our listing

» Our interview with Tom Dugan

 

 6  Amelia Piano Trio

Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth | Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

The Chamber Music Society of Fort Worth presents the Amelia Piano Trio in a Russian program of the not-so-usual suspects: Contemporary composer Lera Auerbach’s Piano Trio No. 2, Wieniawski's Legende for Violin and Piano (featuring Gary Levinson on violin) and Arensky's Piano Trio No 2 in F minor, Op. 73. | 2 p.m. Saturday, April 16

» More info in our listing

 

Photo: Ian Perkins
The Amelia Piano Trio

 

 7  HPT3

House Party Theatre | A Trinity Groves Warehouse

House Party Theatre presents a one-night performance of three new solo works by local writers and performers. The works/performers are: Curtain Speech by Chris McCreary; Futile Hurling by Taylor Harris; and Warm Soda by Justin Lemieux. The space is a warehouse/shop at 2203 Obenchain St. in Trinity Groves. | 8 p.m. Saturday, April 16

» More info in our listing

 

 8  Balloonacy

Dallas Children's Theater | Rosewood Center for Family Arts

Dallas Children's Theater revives Barry Kornhauser's show for clown and balloons, performed by the inimitable Karl Schaeffer. It was first performed by DCT in 2015. | April 15-May 1

» More info in our listing

» Our review of the 2015 production

 

 9  [title of show]

Firehouse Theatre, Farmer's Branch

The Firehouse Theatre presents Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell's smug little meta musical [title of show], directed by Lon Barrera and featuring Cody Dry, Noelle Mason, Andrew Friedrich, Elisa Danielle James and Joshua Sherman. | April 15-May 1

» More info in our listing

 

 10  Heart & Music

Our Productions Theatre Company | Addison Theatre Center, Studio Theatre

Our Productions Theatre Company kicks off its season with two evenings featuring artwork by pianist and musical director Mark Mullino, and a showcase of songs conceived by Stephanie Riggs, at the Studio Theatre at the Addison Theatre Center. | 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 15 and 16

Photo: HeatherstheMusical.com
The original off-Broadway cast of Heathers

» More info in our listing

 

 11  Seussical the Musical Jr.

Casa Mañana Children's Theatre

Casa Mañana Children's Theater presents the junior version of the Ahrens/Flaherty musical that uses characters from the world of Dr. Seuss, directed and choreographed by Jeremy Dumont. | April 15-May 8

» More info in our listing

 

 12  Heathers: The Musical 101

Ohlook Performing Arts, Grapevine

Ohlook Performing Arts in Grapevine is doing something interesting with the area premiere of Laurence O'Keefe and Kevin Murphy musical of the 1988 cult film Heathers: presenting it as a 24-hour musical event. Meaning that by time the production is performed at 5 and then 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 17, they will have rehearsed, teched and built the set in a little more than 24 hours (it all began Friday night). Might be some damage. | 5 and 8 p.m. Sunday, April 17

» More info in our listing

 

 

 MORE PERFORMANCES OPENING APRIL 14-20 

 

 THURSDAY, APRIL 14 

 

Woyzeck

The seminal play by Georg Büchner, presented at University of Texas at Dallas, directed by Thomas Riccio. | April 14-23

» More info in our listing

 

 

 FRIDAY, APRIL 15 

 

Lavell Crawford

The comedian is at Addison Improv. | April 15-17

» More info in our listing

 

Hank Williams: Lost Highway

Presented by Garland Civic Theatre at the Granville Arts Center. | April 15-May 7

» More info in our listing

 

Delmar Pettys

The violinist performs with Garland Symphony Orchestra at the Granville Arts Center. | 8 p.m. Friday, April 15

» More info in our listing

 

Tommy Cain

L.I.P. Service presents developmental readings of a new play by Van Quattro at Arts Fifth Avenue in Fort Worth. | 7 p.m. April 15 and 16

» More info in our listing

 

 

 SATURDAY, APRIL 16 

 

Photo: Columbia Pictures
Elizabeth Taylor in The Taming of the Shrew

 

Beethoven's Symphony No. 9

Presented by Plano Symphony Orchestra at St. Andrews United Methodist Church, Plano. | 8 p.m. Saturday, April 18

» More info in our listing

 

Delmar Pettys

The violinist performs with Los Colinas Symphony at the Irving Arts Center. | 8 p.m. Saturday, April 16

» More info in our listing

 

Plano Dance Festival

Presented by Plano Metropolitan Ballet at the Courtyard Theatre. | 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, April 16

» More info in our listing

 

Roberto Devereaux

The Donizetti opera presented by the Metropolitan opera and screened at local movie theaters on the Met: Live in HD series. | 11:55 a.m. Saturday, April 16 and 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 20

» More info in our listing

 

The Taming of the Shrew

The Alamo Drafthouse's Shakespeare 400 Series presents the 1967 film, starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. The series is co-presented with TheaterJones, Shakespeare Dallas and AT&T Performing Arts Center. | 4 p.m. Saturday, April 16 at Alamo Dallas

» More about this series

 

A Whistle-Stop Tour of America

Presented by Vocal Majority Chorus at the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts in Richardson. | 2 and 8 p.m. Saturday, April 16 and 2 p.m. Sunday, April 17

» More info in our listing

 

 

 SUNDAY, APRIL 17 

Photo: Courtesy
Olivier Latry

 

Olivier Latry

The Dallas Symphony's Opus 100 Organ Recital Series features Olivier Latry at the Meyerson Symphony Center, performing works by Tournemire, Franck, Messiaen, Escaich, Duruflé, plus Latry's own improvisation. | 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 17

» More info in our listing

 

Suren Bagratuni and Baya Kakouberi

Presented by Blue Candlelight Music Series at a private home in Dallas. | 7 p.m. Sunday, April 17

» More info in our listing

 

 

 MONDAY, APRIL 18 

 

Keyboard Conversations

With Jeffrey Siegel at Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts, Richardson. | 7:30 p.m. Monday, April 18

» More info in our listing

 

Richard III

The Alamo Drafthouse's Shakespeare 400 Series presents the 1995 film, starring Ian McKellen, Annette Benning, Jim Broadbent, Nigel Hawthorne, Robert Downey, Jr. The series is co-presented with TheaterJones, Shakespeare Dallas and AT&T Performing Arts Center. | 7 p.m. Monday, April 18 at Alamo Richardson

» More about this series

 

 

 TUESDAY, APRIL 19 

 

At the Movies: The Music of John Williams

Presented by Dallas Winds at the Meyerson Symphony Center. | 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19

» More info in our listing

 

Bury Me

Echo Theatre's Echo Read series presents a staged reading of Bury Me by Brynne Frauenhoffer at the Bath House Cultural Center. | 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 19

» More info in our listing

 

 

 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20 

 

Deferred Action

Cara Mía Theatre Company and Dallas Theater Center co-present the world premiere of David Lozano and Lee Trull's play about immigration, the second part of Cara Mía's Dreamers series, at the Wyly Theatre. Because previews start today, we'll have more on this in next week's Places! | Previews April 20-28, opens April 29 and runs through May 14

» More info in our listing

 

The Great God Pan

Second Thought Theatre presents Amy Herzog's play at Bryant Hall on the campus of Kalita Humphreys Theater. It begins previews today, so we'll have more in next week's Places! | Previews April 20-21, opens April 22 and runs through May 14

» More info in our listing

 

Shakespeare in Love

The Alamo Drafthouse's Shakespeare 400 Series presents the 1998 Oscar-winning film, starring Gwyneth Paltrow, Joseph Fiennes, Geoffrey Rush. The series is co-presented with TheaterJones, Shakespeare Dallas and AT&T Performing Arts Center. | 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 13 at Alamo Dallas

» More about this series

 

Wicked

The national tour of the behemoth musical, presented by Dallas Summer Musicals at the Music Hall at Fair Park. Look for more in next week's Places! | Preview performance April 20, opens April 21 and runs through May 22

» More info in our listing

 

 

 WEEKLY HAPPENINGS + OPEN MICS 

 

Backdoor Comedy Open Mike

The Backdoor Comedy Club at the Doubletree Hotel in Dallas has weekly open mike stand-up. | 8:30 p.m. Thursdays

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more

 

Fort Worth Poetry Slams Open Mike

Host Michael Guinn leads this weekly open mike; participants earn points to see who makes it to Cowtown's award-winning national slam team. You can also just go to watch and listen. | 8 p.m. Tuesdays through Dec. 22

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more

 

Glitterbomb Denton

A weekly queer variety show that offers the "very best drag, burlesque, queerlesque, sideshow, magic and musical talent Denton has to offer," at Mable Peabody's Beauty Parlor and Chainsaw Repair, Denton | 9:30 p.m. Thursdays

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more

 

Mama's Party

Amy Stevenson hosts a sometimes-weekly musical theater open-mike event at the Uptown Theater in Grand Prairie

» More info

 

Liz Mikel's Entertainer's Showcase

Dallas Theater Center company member Liz Mikel leads a jazz, R&B and show tune open mike every Monday at the Balcony Club, above the Lakewood Theater in East Dallas. | 9:30 p.m. Mondays

» More info

 

The Open Stage

Circus Freaks does a weekly open showcase of circus feats and other category-defying acts, from stand-up in costume to hula-hooping opera singers to stripping poets, at Celebration Event Center and Ballroom in Plano | 7 p.m. Mondays 

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more

 

Open Classical

Bring an instrument (including your voice) and participate in this weekly classical music open mic. | 8 p.m. every Tuesday at Buzzbrews Kitchen on Lemmon Avenue, Dallas.

» Our listing, with times, ticket info, map and more

 

Open Mic Nite at Central

The Dallas Public Library Central Branch presents an open mic for musicians, poets and other performers. At the J. Erik Jonsson Library in downtown Dallas. | 5:30-7:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of the month.

» More info

 

 

LAST CHANCE 

 THESE PRODUCTIONS CLOSE THIS WEEKEND 

Photo: Mike Morgan
End of the Rainbow at Uptown Players

 

End of the Rainbow

Janelle Lutz plays Judy Garland in this Peter Quilter play, presented by Uptown Players at the Kalita Humphrey Theater. | Closes Sunday

» Our review

» Our interview with Janelle Lutz

 

How the Other Half Loves

The Alan Ayckbourn comedy, presented by Onstage in Bedford at the Trinity Arts Theater, Bedford. | Closes Sunday

» Our review

 

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Oscar Wilde masterpiece, presented by Sherman Community Players at the Finley Theater. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing

 

Mary Poppins

Presented by Denton Community Theatre at the Campus Theatre. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing

 

The Mystery of Irma Vep

Theatre Arlington presents the Charles Ludlam classic, featuring B.J. Cleveland and Todd Hart. | Closes Sunday

» Our review

 

Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins

Presented by Runway Theatre, Grapevine. | Closes Saturday

» More info in our listing

 

Steel Magnolias

Presented by Company of Rowlett Performers at the Plaza Theatre, Garland. | Closes Sunday

» More info in our listing

 

Temple Spirit

The world premiere of Susan Felder's play that uses Japanese folktales and demon stories, at the Creative Arts Building in Fair Park. | Closes Saturday

» Our interview with playwright Susan Felder

 

Topdog/Underdog

Presented by Soul Rep Theatre Company at South Dallas Cultural Center. | Closes Sunday

» Our review

 

 

LOOKING AHEAD

 UPCOMING PERFORMANCES AND EVENTS 

 

 THEATER 

  1. Second Thought Theatre presents The Great God Pan | April 20-May 14
  2. Dallas Theater Center presents David Lozano and Lee Trull's Deferred Action | April 20-May 15
  3. The tour of Wicked comes to Dallas Summer Musicals at the Music Hall at Fair Park | April 20-May 22
  4. Contemporary Theatre of Dallas presents The Road to Appomattox | April 22-May 15
  5. Sundown Collaborative Theatre in Denton presents Jacob Monroe Hates Clowns | April 22-May 1
  6. PrismCo presents Animal vs. Machine in the Green Warehouse in Trinity Groves | April 22-May 8
  7. Ohlook Performing Arts in Grapevine presents School of Rock - The Musical | April 22-May 1
  8. Pat Hazel's The Wonderbread Years comes to McDavid Studio next to Bass Hall | April 27-May 1
  9. Our Productions Theatre presents Every Princess Tale at the MCL Grand Theater, Lewisville | April 28-30
  10. Theatre Three presents Memphis | April 28-May 22
  11. Circle Theatre presents Under the Skin | April 28-May 21
  12. Dallas Children's Theater presents The BFG: Big Friendly Giant | April 29-May 15
  13. The Ochre House revives Morphing | April 20-May 21
  14. Uptown Players presents Broadway Our Way | May 5-8
  15. Rover Dramawerks in Plano presents 365 Women a Year Festival | May 5-14

 

 DANCE 

  1. TITAS presents Kidd Pivot at Dallas City Performance Hall | April 21-22
  2. Beckles Dancing Company presents 21: Spring Concert at the South Dallas Cultural Center | April 22-23
  3. Dark Circles Contemporary Dance presents The Rite of Spring at Texas Christian University Erma Lowe Hall Studio Theatre, Fort Worth | April 29-May 1
  4. Contemporary Ballet Dallas presents "Springtime in Paris" at the Latino Cultural Center | April 29-30
  5. Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklórico presents "China, Santa y Petenera!" at Winspear Opera House | May 5
  6. Texas Ballet Theater presents First Looks at Dallas City Performance Hall | May 6-8
  7. TITAS presents the Command Performance Gala at Winspear Opera House, Dallas | May 7
  8. Avant Chamber Ballet presents Women's Choreography Concert at the Eisemann Center for the Performing Arts, Richardson | May 7-8
  9. Pedestrian Dance Movement presents "A Voice" at Bishop Lynch High School Auditorium | May 7-8
  10. Dallas Black Dance Theatre presents Spring Celebration at the Wyly Theatre | May 20-22
  11. Texas Ballet Theater presents First Looks at Bass Performance Hall | May 27-29
  12. Bruce Wood Dance Project presents SIX at Dallas City Performance Hall | June 17-18
  13. Ballet Concerto presents its Summer Dance Concert at Trinity Park Pavilion, Fort Worth | June 23-26

 

 CLASSICAL MUSIC + OPERA 

  1. The Fort Worth Opera Festival presents the world premiere of JFK, plus The Barber of Seville and Buried Alive/Embedded at Bass Performance Hall and the Scott Theatre | April 23-May 8
  2. The Orchestra of New Spain presents "Cervantes and Shakespeare at the Dallas Institute for the Humanities  | April 23-24
  3. Chamber Music International presents its final concert of the season at Dallas City Performance Hall | April 23
  4. The Dallas Opera Orchestra performs at the Winspear Opera House | April 24
  5. The Arts District Chorale presents "Music of the People" at Dallas City Performance Hall | April 26
  6. The Dallas Symphony presents Carmina Burana at the Meyerson Symphony Center | April 28-May 1
  7. The Nasher Sculpture Center's Soundings series presents "Howl and Palace of Wind" at the Nasher | April 29
  8. The Plano Civic Chorus presents Rachmaninoff's Vespers at St. Andrews United Methodist Church | April 30-May 2
  9. The Dallas Symphony presents the second Soluna International Arts & Music Festival: Myth and Legend at various locations | May 16-June 5
  10. Itzhak Perlman and Emanuel Ax play at the Winspear Opera House | May 19
  11. Opera in Concert performs "Bravo Rossini!" at the Latino Cultural Center | May 21
  12. The PianoTexas International Academy and Festival is at Texas Christian University | June 2-26
  13. The Lev Aronson Legacy Cello Festival is at Southern Methodist University | June 9-14
  14. The Seventh Van Cliburn International Amateur Piano Competition is at Cliburn Hall, next to Bass Performance Hall in Fort Worth | June 19-25
  15. The Mimir Chamber Music Festival is at Texas Christian University | June 27-July 8

 

 COMEDY + SPOKEN WORD + CIRCUS ARTS + BURLESQUE + FILM FESTIVALS 

  1. David Cross comes to the Majestic Theatre | April 23
  2. David Sedaris is at Dallas City Performance Hall | April 27-29
  3. Honest Jon performs at the Black Academy of Arts & Letters, Dallas | April 29-30
  4. Steven Dubner and Faith Salie opens AT&T Performing Arts Center's #hearhere series at the Winspear Opera House | May 4
  5. Festival of Laughs with Mike Epps is at Verizon Theatre, Grand Prairie | May 7
  6. Chris Kattan comes to Hyena's Comedy Night Club Dallas | May 7-8
  7. Marlin Hill performs at the Black Academy of Arts & letters, Dallas | May 13-14
  8. Bobcat Goldthwait comes to Hyena's Comedy Night Club, Fort Worth | March 19-20
  9. Ryan Singer performs at Amphibian Stage Productions, Fort Worth | May 20-21
  10. Emily Maya Mills performs at Amphibian Stage Productions, Fort Worth | June 2-3
  11. Bill Bellamy comes to the Arlington Improv | June 9-11
  12. Jackie Kashian performs at Amphibian Stage Productions, Fort Worth | June 10-11
  13. Matt Groening and Lynda Barry appear in AT&T Performing Arts Center's #hearhere series at the Winspear Opera House | June 29
  14. Miranda July's Lost Child is at AT&T Performing Arts Center's #hearhere series at the Winspear Opera House | July 8
  15. "Weird Al" Yankovic comes to Winspear Opera House | July 16

 

» For complete listings of what's happening on North Texas stages, click on the calendar icon at the top right of the page. Once there, you can click the red "Search the Calendar" box, and search for listings by dates, performance type, the presenting company, titles or descriptions. For instance, type "Shakespeare" into the description field, click SEARCH and you'll find a host of performances (theater, dance, music, etc.) by, adapted from or about the Bard. Thanks For Reading





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