Making Dallas Even Better
Our picks for the best parades, performances, and fireworks shows this July 4.
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Electronic music producers seem drawn to the trappings of science fiction, both sharing an affinity for lasers, glow sticks, and four-on-the-floor dance beats. Whatever the cause, we appreciate the results: Concerts, like this one, that double as visual extravaganzas based around a vaguely intergalactic theme. Set phasers to dance.
The classic backstage musical is full of the kind of spectacular song-and-dance routines that make people fall in love with Broadway in the first place. Those songs, including “We’re In The Money” and “I Only Have Eyes For You, must account for much of the show’s longevity. This touring production follows a 2001 revival, a 1980 Broadway run, and the original 1933 film. But there’s magic to go around in the story and the sets.
Shakespeare in the summertime: Enter a new villain, the scheming, hunchbacked Richard III, whose bones were recently dug up under a parking lot in Leicester. No joke. Anyway, we don't want to spoil the end of Henry VI, Part III too much, so we'll just say that Richard's got big, bloody plans to supplant the current king and install himself on the throne.
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