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Grab a tube, raft, or paddle board and enjoy free music from the Trinity River, near the Panther Island Pavilion in Fort Worth. The free concert series is every Thursday of the summer. The party starts at 4: 30, with two performances starting at 6:30 followed by a fireworks show. It's one of the best ways to keep cool and enjoy some free tunes in North Texas. The lineup for this year includes Prophets & Outlaws, Brandon Jenkins, the Dirty River Boys, and more. A full lineup and schedule is available at rockintheriverfw.com.
In The Nance, Chauncey Miles’ on-stage vaudeville act as an effeminate homosexual is a smash hit with audiences. Off-stage, 1930s America hasn’t exactly warmed to the idea of a gay man living his life with the same amount of respect and dignity as anyone else. Miles (a role played by Nathan Lane in this play’s first incarnation) has to tango with his own self-loathing and a world that only accepts him when he’s acting.
You’ve seen the movie and heard the songs, so odds are good you’ve felt this way before. But the movement, the romance, and the spectacle of this stage adaptation continue to make Dirty Dancing the time of your life, no matter how many times of your life you’ve already had.
Lives of quiet desperation make for rich comic fodder in this 2013 Tony award winner for best play, an absurdist take on the work of Chekhov. Hilarity ensues when the glamorous and narcissistic actress Masha, with her beefcake beau Spike, pays a weekend visit to siblings Vanya and Sonia, who are in the grips of a shared midlife crisis.
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