Friday, March 31, 2023 Mar 31, 2023
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By D Magazine |

1. Pocket Sandwich Theatre presents Dr. Jakyll and Mr. Hyde, a family-oriented melodrama taken from Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic, written before mood altering became fashionable. Food served before the show. Through March 16. 821-1880.

2. In the More Fun Than The Title Suggests category, sign up for the “Freeze Your Fanny” bike tour, a jaunt around the scenic Longview area on 10, 25, or 50-mile routes. (903) 753-0723.

5. A Black History Film Series for senior citizens will run Thursdays at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library. Bring a brown bag lunch to the free event. Also Fab. 12,19, and 26. 670-1400.

8. For the first time since they were discovered, the now world-famous Rancho La Brea Ice Age fossils are on tour in a traveling exhibition, Treasures of the La Brea Tar Pits, coming to the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Through April 28. Metro 817-654-1356.

9. Six of the top 10 players in women’s tennis will compete in the inaugural Women’s Tennis Shoot-Out at Reunion Arena. 787-1500.

13. Dallas Black Dance Theatre presents the Fifth Annual Black Cultural Awareness Series at the Dallas Museum of Art during Black History Month. Through Feb. 16. 871-2376.

18. SMU’s Meadows School of the Arts continues its Brown Bag Dance Series in the atrium of the new Jake and Nancy Hamon Arts Library. Take a lunch hour to enjoy some fantastic student dancing. 692-3510.

21. Addison Centre Theatre presents the New Age satire. Pick Up Ax, arriving after a hit run on the West Coast. A computer whiz, corporate exec, and knife-wielding MBA make for a fun evening. 934-3913.

23. The 13th annual Fort Worth Cowtown Marathon and 10K Run is today. No, boots aren’t required. (817) 731-8600

28. The Tri Delta Charity Antiques Show is expected to draw more than SO prominent dealers showcasing objects from the early 15th century to the early 2Oth century. 526-6906.