Chet Baker in Bruce Weber's Let's Get Lost.

Things to Do

Things To Do In Dallas Tonight: Jan. 11

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The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Timethe 2015 Tony Award winner for best play and an adaptation of the book of the same name, comes to the Winspear. The production’s run continues through Jan. 22.

Second Thought Theatre soft opens its season with pay-what-you-can preview performances of Grounded, an intense play about a U.S. military drone pilot struggling with her conscience and motherhood. The show continues through Feb. 4 at Bryant Hall on the Kalita Humphreys Theater campus.

In conjunction with the fashion photographer Bruce Weber’s ongoing (and still great) exhibition at the Dallas Contemporary, the Angelika is screening Let’s Get Lost, Weber’s stylish 1988 documentary about the jazz musician Chet Baker. It’s a free show, but you’ll need to register for a ticket. Stick around after the movie for a Q&A with Jeff Preiss, the film’s cinematographer. If you don’t take to the movie, sneak into the theater showing Bonnie and Clyde for its 50th anniversary.

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