Friday, January 28, 2022 Jan 28, 2022
42° F Dallas, TX


By  |

1 The MS Super Cities Walk takes place on April 1. Walkers will travel 12 miles through some of the prettiest parks in Dallas. Call 490-3222 for more information.

3 The SMU Meadows Theatre will present The Sign in Sidney Brustein’a Window. April 3-8, and The Caucasian Chalk Circle, by Bertolt Brecht, April 24-29. 692 ARTS.

6 The Fort Worth Ballet will close out its season with the Balanchine Festival Weekend 3. April 6 & 7. Call (817) 763-0207 to reserve a seat.

7 Get those legs pumpin’ for the Vertical Marathon. You start on the ground floor of NCNB Plaza (901 Main) and continue upward for 72 more floors (only 1,584 steps and counting). April 7. 239-5864.

TITAS closes out its season with stunning performances by Garth Fagan Bucket Dance (April 7), The Mystery of Bulgarian Voices (April 19), and Laurie Anderson (April 24). Call 528 5576 for specifics.

9 Free the gorillas. The Dallas Zoo’s “Wilds of Africa” opens on April 9. Call 670-6825 for ticket information.


18 Pompous Roman captains, nubile slave girls, crafty servants, fatuous citizens, and love-struck loons gather to entertain in Theatre Three’s production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. April 18-May 20. Call 871-3300 for tickets.

19 The Dallas Black Dance Theatre dances at the Dallas Zoo on April 19 & 22. 946-5154.

22 The annual Walt Garrison All-Star Rodeo comes to the Mesquite Arena with Tanya Tucker, Steve Wariner, and lots of other country favorites on April 22. 285-0211.

25 Stonebriar Country Club will host this year’s Senior PGA Tour, the Murata Reunion Pro-Am, April 25-29 Call 827-GOLF for more information.

28 Carswell Airshow ’90, featuring the Thunderbirds and the Golden Knights parachute team, will take place April 28 & 29. Admission and parking are free. (817)782-7151.

Related Articles


The Dallas Dozen

We salute the city's most important players in 2011. They made a difference and inspired others to do the same.

Souvenir of Dallas

"The Mighty, Mighty Hands of Mayor Tom Leppert"