1. The Dallas Theater Center closes out its season with a production of A Flea in Her Ear. Georges Feydeau’s comedy tells the story of a young wife who sets out to prove her husband’s infidelity and the problems that arise when her scheme goes awry. April 26-May 20. 522-8499.
4. Take the kids to see a “push-me-pull-you” in CATS’(Fort Worth’s children’s theater) production of Dr. Doolittie, May 4,5,11, & 12. Metro (817) 265 8512.
5. The Fine Arts Chamber Players will host a free concert, “Basically Beethoven at the Museum,” at the Dallas Museum of Art on May 5 at 3 p.m. 327-1744.
8. The Rangers play 15 home games this month against the likes of Kansas City (May 8-10), Cleveland (May 11-13), Detroit (May 15-17), Baltimore (May 25-27), and Boston (May 28-30). Metro (817) 273-5100.
9. Before you head to the beach with suntan oil in hand, get a quick lesson on caring for your skin at Methodist Medical Center’s free Brown Bag Seminar titled, “Skin-More Than A Cover.” May 9, 12:30-1:30 p.m. 944-7160.
10. Dallas’s first “Indian Artfest and Market” will feature artwork by more than 300 Indian artists, Indian foods, dancers, and storytellers. May 10 13 at Artist’s Square. 358-4753.
11. As the debate over how to expand Louis I. Kahn’s Kimbell Museum continues, the Kimbell hosts an exhibit called The Art Museums of Louis I. Kahn that presents a comprehensive overview of the renowned architect’s work through sketches, plans, drawings, and models. Through June 17. (817) 332-8451.
12. “Hand In Hand We Can” is a free, first-of-its-kind fair in Dallas. Its purpose is to heighten health and safety awareness through exhibits,entertainment, and demonstrations with the help of police officers, firemen, and health care professionals. May 12 from noon-4 p.m. at Fair Park’s Grand Place. 368-6485.
13. Polo season begins this month with the opening of the WiIlow Bend Polo & Hunt Club on May 13 at 6 p.m. Polo competition takes place every Sunday through July 29 at 6 p.m. (214) 248-6298.
14. Who’sthreatening to kill Sherlock Holmes? His latest mystery centers on himself in the Dellas Repertory Theatre’s performance of Sherlock’s Last Case. May 4-June 3. 369-8966.
17. Join local media-types as they roast your favorite Dallas politicians and newsmakers at the Press Club of Dallas’s 40th annual Gridiron Show on May 17. 748-3329.
23. From May 23 to October 10, enjoy free musical performances every Wednesday at 6 p.m. at Artist Square. Presented as part of the Arts District Friends’ “Diversely Dallas” series. 963-1977.
24. To end Its season, the Turtle Creek Chorale teams up with the Mahogany Dance Theatre and New Arts Six on May 23 & 24 at the Majestic Theatre. 626-3214.
25. Artfest just keeps getting bigger and better. Now in its 20th year, Artfest offers more than 300 artisans, a kids section, music and entertainment, street performers, food, drink, and lots more. May 25-27 on the Cotton Bowl Plaza at Fair Park. 361-2011.