Catch a pay-what-you-can performance of The Necessities at Second Thought Theatre.
The Granada’s got free shows lined up all week for its appropriately named Free Week, and while we’re partial to the Thursday and Friday lineups, you’ve got nothing to lose starting things off by going to see the Kwinton Gray Project tonight.
Neil Diamond is forever, and in the more immediate future, at the American Airlines Center.
Whitney Houston made it famous, and The Bodyguard, the musical running through July 30 at the Music Hall at Fair Park, still owes almost everything to the songs she wrote for it, including the all-time “I Will Always Love You.”
Kathy Reichs, book writer, talks about her forensic thrillers at the DMA.
Speaking of the DMA, its Visions of America exhibition is an impressive show of prints from the National Gallery of Art.
Uptown Players opens its production of La Cage Aux Folles at the Kalita Humphreys Theater.
The Festival of Independent Theatres roars along at the Bath House Cultural Center.
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