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On the Town

What to Do & Where to Go: Our Selective Guide
By D Magazine |


A city beautification program begun in 1989 has blossomed into a citywide party, and 50.000 visitors are expected for Richardson’s fourth annual Wildflower! Festival. Lion and tiger shows, elephant rides, carnival rides, outdoor concerts, a classic car show, flower markets, arts and crafts areas, Belgian face painters, and music-all will be part of the festivities.

Saturday kicks off with a 5K run/walk and a IK fun run for children. The Police Motorcycle Rodeo later that day and Sunday will benefit Texas Special Olympics. The Richardson Symphony Orchestra will present its “Sounds of Freedom” concert with The 5th Dimension.

Rock, jazz, classical, blue grass, country and the battle of the corporate bands take turns on center stage.

Activities also focus on community arts programs like the second annual Art & Photo Contest for RISD students and residents. From-the-bus tours of 90 acres of wildflowers across the city leave festival grounds every half-hour.

Stick around after the sun goes down for laser light and fireworks shows Saturday and Sunday nights. April 24-27; Greenway Office Park, North Central Expressway and Campbell Road. Information: 972-2384021.

-Elizabeth Burnett


Just in time to enjoy the sunshine, the Partnership for Arts, Culture and Education brings the Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration to downtown Dallas’ Artist Square. The celebration-in its 12th year-is a jubilee of ongoing events that encourage children’s free-flowing creativity through art.

The theme this year is “Under the Sea,” which will serve as a jumping-off point for kids to immerse themselves in self-expression. Performances, workshops and participatory activities give kids a chance not only to observe art, but also to create and interact with it themselves. On-stage events include Kid Cloggers dance team, the St. Michael’s Choir, Filipino dancers, percussionist Jamal Mohamed and storyteller Jeanie Perkins.

In addition to tried-and-true face painting, the one-day festival boasts hands-on activities like loom weaving, hat making, easel art and fish printing. Visitors also can help muralist Emmanuel Gillespie finish a sidewalk chalk sea creature. As Sebastian the crab from The Little Mermaid sings: “Everything’s better down where it’s wetter, just wait and see.”

11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday, April 12; Artist Square (corner of Leonard and Flora streets near The Mort). -EB


Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Visitors can stroll along the walks and enjoy more than 200.000 flowers, cultivated gardens and a spectacular view of White Rock Lake with downtown in the distance. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., daily: 8525 Garland Rd. Information; 214-327-8263.

Fair Park. Built in the 1930s to celebrate the Texas Centennial, Fair Park’s 227 acres feature art deco buildings, the Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas’ Museum of Natural History, The Science Place, the Age of Steam Museum, the African American Museum, the Civic Garden Center, the Coca-Cola Starplex Amphitheater, the Hall of State, the Dallas Horticultural Center and picnic areas. Open daily, year-round; 1300 Robert B. Cullum Blvd. at Grand Avenue. Information: 214-670-8400 or 214-426-3400.

Fort Worth Botanic Garden. The 110-acre, tree-shaded complex includes a rose garden, conservatory and Japanese gardens. 8 a.m.-dusk (9 a.m.-6 p.m., Japanese gardens), dally; 3220 Botanic Garden Blvd.. Fort Worth. Information; 817-871-7686.

Movie Studios at Las Colinas. These studios, where scenes from RoboCop, Leap of Faith and JFK were filmed, are open for tours. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. daily; 6301N. O’Connor Blvd.. Las Colinas. Information: 972-869-FILM.

Old City Park. The Historical Village of Dallas. This outdoor museum is a complete turn-of-the-century village in the shadow of the Dallas skyline. Houses, a church, a school and a variety of stores were moved from their original locations restored, so a walk through the village offers a glimpse into the Iife of early North Texans. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.. Tues day-Saturday; noorv4 p.m., Sunday; 1717 Gano. Information: 214-421-5141.

Southfork Ranch. Visit trie Ewing Mansion, explore the ranch by tram and walk through the “Dallas” Museum with memorabilia from the show and its stars. There’s also a Western wear store and the Front Porch Cafe. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., daily; 3700 Hogge Rd., Parker. Information: 972-442-7800,


Pieces. Performances of a post-modern work based on Anne Sexton’s text and Laurie Anderson’s music, a piece set to Patsy Cline and Bob Wills, a modern dance set to operati Brosci and Hasse, a piece set to Bette Midler, and a ballet set to Strauss are included in the fifth anniversary Spring performance. 8 p.m., April 4; 2 & 8 p.m., April 5; Hoblittzelle Auditorium at the Hockaday School. 11600 Welch Rd. Information: 972-601-9832.

Dance for the Planet. The Dallas Dance Council hosts this interactive celebration of dance aimed at exposing people of diverse cultures to various forms of dance. Dozens of local groups and individuals are featured, and hands- (or feet) on classes will focus on dances from ballet to tap and jazz and, of course, the Macarena. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., April 19; 1-5 p.m., April 20; Artist Square. Leonard and Flora streets, downtown. Information: 214-713-2795.

Fairs & Fiestas

Racefest Fort Worth. Two weeks of events celebrate the opening of the Texas Motor Speedway. “The Science of Racing” presents a multimedia look at the educational aspects of car racing, March 30-April 13, at the Museum of Science and History, 1501 Montgomery St. The Stockyards and Sundance Square host simultaneous festivities featuring contests, events, exhibits, appearances by racing celebrities, and live music by Delbert McClinton, Buddy Guy. The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Eric Surdon, The Charlie Daniels Band, Doug Supernaw and the Bellamy Brothers. April 3-5; Information: 817-390-8711. Vintage Dallas. Black-tie dinner and wine tasting, with cuisine selected to highlight the wines presented. Live auction of fine, rare wines and wine-related trips and the presentation of the T.V. Munson Award will round out the evening. 6:30 p.m., April 4; Fairmont Hotel, 1717 N. Akard. Information: 214-443-1040.

Main Street Arts Festival. Nine blocks of art and entertainment await visitors to the 12th celebration of the Southwest’s largest free visual art and entertainment festival in downtown Cowtown. April 11-14.11 a.m.-midnight, Thursday; 10 a.m.-midnight, Friday &. Saturday; 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday; Main Street, Fort Worth. Information: 817-336-ARTS.

Mandalay Us Collnas Festival of Arts. Las Colinas plays host to one of the area’s premier visual, culinary and performing arts fiestas nestled alongside the Mandalay canals. Poets, street performers, musicians and oodles of displays from more than 200 international artists. April 25-27: Mandalay Canal and Williams Square Plaza, Las Colinas. Information: 972-831-1881.


27th Annual USA Film Festival. Celluloid buffs will enjoy the annual festival that features major motion pictures, special film tributes and the 19th Annual National Short Film and Video Competition, as well 3S discussions with filmmakers from the world over. April 17-24. Information: 214-821-NEWS.

Home and Garden

Dallas Houses of >Chartes Stevens Dilbeck.A bus tour will feature eight houses in the Preston Hollow, Bluffview and University Park neighborhoods, designed by the Dallas architect. Call for advance tickets. 9 a.m.-l p.m., April 5. Information: 214-821-3290.

6th Annual Much Ado About Hollywood” Home Tour.Seven homes in the Hollywood/Santa Monica neighbourhood just south of White Rock Lake, which has received Conservation District designation from the city of Dallas for its English Tudor-style concentration of architecture. Self-guided tour. Maps available in Lindsley Park. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., April 27; Tennison Memorial and Lindsley Avenue. Information: 214-327-9081.


Dallas Zoo- Permanent exhibits feature forest, mountain and river habitats, walk-through aviaries and the Reptile Discovery Center. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.. daily: 650 S. R.L. Thornton Fwy. Information: 214-670-6825.

The Velveteen Rabbit. The tale of a rabbit and his search for the little boy who loved him. March 28-April 5; 7:30 p.m., Friday; 2:30 p.m., Saturday; Casa Mariana Children’s Playhouse, 3101 W. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth. Information: 817-332-2272.

Dallas Museum of Natural History. “Whales. Dolphins and Porpoises: Masters of the Ocean Realm” (through May 15) includes life-size models and interactive activities. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., dairy; 3535 Grand Ave., Fair Park. Information: 214-421-3466.

Writer to-Writer with David Marquis. Marquis leads a free fiction-writing workshop for younger authors, age 13 to 18. 11 a.m.-1 p.m., April 5; Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art. 1717 N. Harwood. Information; 214-670-7967.

Pinocchio. The jazz and blues influenced adaptation of the children’s classic. April 17-20; University of Texas at Dallas Theatre. Floyd and Campbell roads, Richardson. Information: 972-690-5029.

Literary Events & Lectures

Arts & Letters Live-Distinguished Writers: Kays Gibbons. The acclaimed young writer presents her fifth and newest work, Sights Unseen, about a mother’s struggle against manic depression. 7:30 p.m., April 3: Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art. 1717 N. Harwood. Information: 214-992-1219.

Arts & Letters Live-Texas Bound: Dire Circumstances-Readings by Peri Gilpin, Raphael Parry. Billy Eugene Jones and Katherine Owens of works by R.E. Smith, Donald Barthelme, Ralph Ellison and Tom Doyals6:30&8:30 p.m., April 7; Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood. Information: 214-922-1219.

Arts & Letters Uve-Literary Cafe. Fiction and poetry readings by Louise Redd, Prudence Mackintosh, Kay Barnes and Jas. Mardis. 8:30 p.m., April 9; Club Dada. 2720 Eim St. Information: 214-922-1219.

Judith Viorst. The best-selling author tackles the topic of “Permanent Parenting-Raising Our Children from Birth to Thirty and Even Beyond.” She’ll sign books at a reception afterward. 8 p.m., April 11; Hoblitzelle Auditorium, the Hockaday School, 11600 Welch Rd. Information: 214-350-1764.

“Humane Architecture” Public Conference. Frank Lyons, University of Plymouth (Britain]; Michael Benedikt. UT-Austin; Frederick Turner. UT-Dallas; and Gail Thomas, The Dallas Institute, will discuss aesthetics, architecture and culture. April 11 &12. 5-8 p.m., Friday; 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday; The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 2719 Routh St. Information: 214-871-2440.

Clayton Eshleman. Three days, three lectures, three topics: “The Paleolithic imagination and the Creation of the Underworld: A Poet’s Investigation in to an Area of Prehistory”, 8 p.m., April 25; Dallas Institute for Culture and the Humanities, 2719 Routh St. “The Paleolithic Imagination and Clayton Eshleman: A Lecture and Reading.” 6:30 p.m.. April 26; University of Texas at Dallas, 2601 Floyd Rd. “Images of Artaud”, 1 p.m., April 27; Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood St. Information: 214-942-7012.

Arts & Letters Live-Literary Cafe. Fiction and poetry from C.J. Critt, Gregory Gormley, Lazette Jackson and Marion Wink. 8:30 p.m.. April 30; Club Dada. 2720 Elm St., Deep Ellum. Information: 214-922-1219.

Museums & Galleries

Amon Carter Museum. African-American photographic portraiture from turn-of-the-century Kansas comprises “Black Dignity.” (through May 11] an exhibition featuring modern prints from historical negatives. ” M aster work s of Photography Collection.” (through May 11) highlights selections from little-known 19-century artists and atypical works from established artists. “Likeness and Landscape: The Daguerreotype Art of Thomas M. Easterly” (through June 1) examines the 19th-century photographer’s work in the Urban West. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.. Tuesday-Saturday; noon-5 p.m., Sunday: 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd.. Fort Worth. Information: 817-738-1933.

Barry Whistler Gallery. “Ann Stautberg: New Photographs ” (through April 12) is a collection of b&w photographs hand-colored to reflect the quality of the light in South Texas, where she lives. 2909-B Canton St. Information: 214-939-0242.

Craighead-Green Gallery. Artists Nisa Rauschenberg and Zachariah Hawkins exhibit through April 5.10 a.m.-6 p.m.. Tuesday-Friday: 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday; 2404 Cedar Springs, Suite 700. Information: 214S55-0779.

Dallas Museum of Art. Two master craftsmen from Hermès silk works in France demonstrate the art of printing the famous scarfs daily; more than 50 scarf designs will be displayed in a sculpture-like structure; April 15-27. “Concentrations 29: Per Kirkeby” (through April 20) is an exhibit of large-scale, abstract paintings by Per Kirkeby. “Pennsylvania Quilts: Selections from the Landes Dowry” (through April 27) is the only known complete dowry of textiles produced in 19th-century Pennsylvania. “Animals in African Art: From the Familiar to the Marvelous” (through April 27) is an exhibit that shows how the study of the animal kingdom can help us better understand the human world. “Re/View: Photographs from the Collection of the Dallas Museum of Art” surveys photos from the museum’s coll lection, with emphasis on the latter half of the 20th century. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday; 11 a.m.-9 p.m., Thursday; 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday & Sunday; 1717 N. Harwood St. Information: 214-922-1200 or 214-922-1355.

Edith Baker Gallery. Libby Johnson and Peter Presnall show new works in -Romancing the Landscape”, (through April 29) an exhibit of landscapes that provoke a sense of serene tranquility. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,Tuesday-Friday; 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday: 2404 Cedar Springs. Information: 214-855-5101.

Evelyn Siegel Gallery. Meet Romanian-born child prodigy Alexandra Nechita on her first visit to Texas at the opening reception of a show of her drawings, lithographs and seri-graphs. April 26.11 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday -Friday; 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday; 3700 W. 7th, Fort Worth. Information: 817-731-6412.

500X Gallery. Brad Cushman. Dorothy Duvall and James Wade are featured in the Triple Solo XXX exhibition in the main gallery. Noon-5 p.m., Saturday & Sunday; 500 Exposition Ave. Deep Ellum. Information: 214-828-1111.

Florence Art Galley. April marks the arrival of new works by Henrietta Milan, Kathy Hinson and Vavrina, as well as “True Love,” the newest edition by Alexandra Nechita and new Marinsky sculptures. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.. Monday-Friday; 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday; 2500 Cedar Springs. Information: 214-754-7070.

Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. Earth-friend-ly technology-like recyclable cars-comprises ’Balancing Acts; Providing for Today, Preserving Tomorrow.” an interactive exhibit that runs through May 4. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.. Monday: 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday; 9 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday & Saturday: noon-8 p.m.. Sunday; 1501 Montgomery St., Fort Worth. Information: (metro) 817-654-1356.

The Gallery. “Jackson Pollock; Intaglio Prints & 1951 Screenprint Suite”: through March 30. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday & Friday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m.. Thursday; 1-5 p.m. Saturday & Sunday; Hughes-Trigg Student Center. 3140 Dyer Street at Airline Road, SMU. Information: 214-768-4439.

Hawn Gallery. “Go West Young Men: Sketching Trips of Jerry Bywaters and Otis Dozier.” 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday; 10 a.m.4 p.m., Saturday; 2-5 p.m., Sunday; Hamon Arts Library, 6100 Hillcrest. SMU. Information: 214-768-3813.

Kimbell Art Museum. “Michelangelo and His Influence: Drawings from Windsor Castle” (through March 30) is a collection of 18 drawings by Michelangelo and 55 by his contemporaries. “Georges de La Tour and His World” (through May 11) shows the evolution of the career of this 17th-century French artist. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday-Thursday& Saturday; noon-8 p.m., Friday; noon-5 p.m., Sunday; 3333 Camp Bowie Blvd., Fort Worth. Information: 817-332-8451.

McKinney Avenue Contemporary. Former Talking Heads band leader David Byrne’s “Desire” (through April 27) is a unique exhibit of photographic light-box pieces combining international currency and street weapons. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.. Wednesday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Saturday; 3120 Mc-Kinney Ave. Information; 214-953-1622.

Meadows Museum. The artist’s compositions in “Love Conquers War; Renaissance Evocations by Lindee Climo” (through March 30) show serious parody, based on famous European painting but inhabited solely by sheep. Also: “Jerry Bywaters: A Force in Texas Art.” The museum’s permanent Spanish art collection is one of the most comprehensive outside that country. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Friday & Saturday; 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Thursday; 1-5 p.m., Sunday; Bishop and Binkley streets, SMU. Information: 214-768-2516.

9th Annual Gallery Tour.. The self-guided tour, sponsored by the Dallas Gallery District Association, runs the artistic gamut from modern art to antiques. Maps available at Uptown galleries. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., April 26; 12-5 p.m., April 27. Information: 214-754-7070.

Pan American Gallery. The images of two Caribbean-bom photographers, Jose Fors of Cuba and Jamaican Albert Chong, are featured through May 7. Also on exhibit are the works of Dallas native Kent Barker. 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Tuesday-Friday; 11 a.m.-5 p.m.. Saturday; 3303 Lee Pkwy. Information: 214-522-3303.

Photographs Do Not Bend. The unique auto-portraits of Cuban artist Marta Maria Perez Bravo deal with motherhood and pregnancy and the et h no-religion of Santeria. Also: artist/musician David Byrne’s “ActionLoveGods!” that depict close-ups of Indian movie posters. Through April 19. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday; 3115 Routh St. Information: 214-969-1852.

The Science Place. “Special Effects” (through May 16) gives an inside took at movie magic in the making. The IMAX Theater features a 79-foot dome screen. The rest of the museum is a hands-on children’s discovery center. 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., daily; 1318 Second Ave., Fair Park. Information: 214-428-5555.

Sixth Floor Museum. This intelligent and moving exhibit in the former Texas School Book Depository explores Kennedy’s life and assassination. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., daily; Dallas County Administration Building, 411 Elm St. Information: 214-653-6666.

University of Texas at Dallas. ’Image/Text: Postmodern Photography” (through April 1) is a collaborative graduate exhibit, in the Arts and Humanities Studio Lab. of large-scale photographs examining the medium at the end of the century. Graduate student Christine De La Rosa displays environmental installation creations made up of montages of digital photographs through April 18. 8 a.m.- 9 p.m., Monday-Friday; 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday; Visual Arts Building, University of Texas at Dallas. 2601 N. Floyd Rd. (at Campbell Road). Information: 972-883-2787.


Ramblin’ Jack Elliott. As one of America’s original traveling troubadours, Ramblin’ Jack tutored under Woody Guthrie and has been carrying on that tradition since the ’50s. 8 p.m.. March 27; White Elephant Saloon, 106 E. Exchange Ave., Fort Worth. Information: 817-441-7090.

Michael Feins te in. This world-renowned pianist tickles the ivories with renditions of cabaret tunes and Broadway melodies. 8:15 p.m., March 28 & 29; Meyer son Symphony Center, 2301 Flora. Information: 214-692-0203.

Wondrous Water Music. Pianist Jeffrey Siegel performs the water-inspired music of Liszt. Debussy and Ravel. 8 p.m., March 31: Caruth Auditorium, Hillcrest and Binkley, SMU campus. Information: 768-ARTS.

Las Colinas Symphony Orchestra. Dance and music share the stage when the Irving Ballet joins the symphony for the performance of Morton Gould’s Tap Dance Concerto and a special rendition of the tone poem Sarka. 8 p.m., April 5: Carpenter Performance Hall at the Irving Arts Center, 3333 North MacArthur Blvd. Information: 214-580-1566.

Dallas International Organ Competition. Twelve of the best organists from around the world play the pipes as they compete for top honors at this inaugural organ competition presented by the Dallas Symphony Association. Pretim-inaries-6-7:30 p.m.. April 7-8; Caruth Auditorium, Bishop Blvd. at Binkley Ave., SMU. Semifinals-4:30-5:30 p.m. & 6:30-7:30 p.m., April 10-12; Meyerson Symphony Center,

2301 Flora St. Finals-7:30 p.m., April 15: Meyerson Symphony Center. Information: 214-871-4000.

Adrienne Stetson Forrest and Margaret Martin. The piano duo performs in an installment of the Sunday Concert Series. 3 p.m., April 13; J. Erik Jonsson Library, 7th Floor Gallery. 1515 Young St. Information: 214-670-1400.

The Assad Duo. The foremost guitar duo in the world interpret Bach. Rameau. Couperlin and Scarlatti, and Latin American composers. They have been credited with reviving Brazilian music for the guitar. 8 p.m..April 16; Meyerson Symphony Center, 2310 Flora. Information: 214-871-ARTS.

The Vocal Majority. The world-famous men’s chorus will feature songs from its latest release and some old favorites during “25 Years of vocal Magic.” Also: a cappella quartet The Blenders and harmony quartet Acoustix. April 18-19; Music Hall at Fair Park, 909 First Ave. Information: 214-526-8686.

The Fine Arts Chamber Players. The ’4th Saturday” performance series continues with the works of the Russian masters, Prokofiev and Stravinsky, for winds and strings by members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. 3 p.m., April 26; Dallas Museum of Art. 1717 N. Harwood. Information: 214-520-2219.


Legends of the Game Baseball Museum. “Barrier Breakers: Larry Doby/Jackie Robinson, Pioneers Against Prejudice” (through April 6) is an exhibit of over 50 photographs highlighting the two men who broke the color barrier in pro baseball 50 years ago. Special displays focus on the game in America. Last tickets are sold one hour before closing. 9 a.m.-7:30 p.m., Tuesday-Saturday; noon-5 p.m., Sunday; The Ballpark in Arlington, 1000 Ballpark Way, Arlington. Information; 817-273-5600.

1997 Making Strides Against Cancer 5K and Cancer Survivors Celebration. Join the American Cancer Society In this annual fund-raising run. S a.m., April 5: Cockrell Field (off Mockingbird Lane), SMU. Information: 214-631-3850.

Race for the Cure. Featuring a women-only 5K run/fitness walk (8:30 a.m.) and a one-mile run/fitness walk (8 a.m.). Fees benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. April 12; 4th and Houston Streets, Sundance Square, Fort Worth. Information: 817-923-2179.

First Annual Bethphage/Marcus Cable Miniature Golf Tournament. Try an 18-hole round of putt-putt with a foursome of your favorite duffers and enjoy a picnic and silent auction afterward. Entry fees go to Bethphage. 3 p.m., April 20; Scotty’s Golf Park, 8787 Park Lane. Information: 972-866-9989.

The Great Dallas Duck Race and 5K Run/Walk. Footrace benefits area’s blind and visually impaired. One-mile walk starts at 8:45 a.m.: 5K at 9 a.m. April 26; Lee Park. Turtle Creek Boulevard (between Hall and Lemmon) Information: 972-407-0463 or 214-522-3667.


Ghosts. Henrik Ibsen’s dark drama comes alive. 8 p.m., March 28-29, April 4-5,10-12; 2:30 p.m., March 30 & April 6; Mesquite Arts Center Black Box Theatre, 1527 N. Galloway, Mesquite. Information: 972-216-6444.

The Compleat Works of Wllm Shkspr (abridged). A rollicking. lightning-fast rendition of the works of the immortal English bard. Imagine Hamlet on a treadmill. April 3-26; 8 p.m., Thursday-Saturday; WaterTower Theatre, 15650 Addison Rd., Addison. Information: 972-450-6232.

The Comedy of Errors. Chaos ensues in this Shakespeare play when twins reunite. Through April 5; 7:30 p.m., Wednesday & Thursday; 8:15 p.m. Friday & Saturday; 2:30 p.m. Sunday: Undermain Theatre. The Basement Space, 3200 Main St., Deep Ellum. Information: 214-747-5515.

Master Class, Faye Dunaway stars as the passionate, tempestuous and gifted opera singer Maria Callas in the Terrence McNally play that won the 1996 “Best Play” Tony Award. April 15-20; 8 p.m., Tuesday-Friday; 2 & 8 p.m., Saturday & Sunday; The Majestic Theatre, 1925 Elm St Information: 214-373-8000.

All’s Well That Ends Well. Shakespeare’s comedy about adventure, love and coming of age. Through April 20, 7:30 p.m.. Tuesday-Thursday; 8 p.m., Friday; 2 & 8 p.m., Saturday: 2 & 7:30 p.m., Sunday; Kalita Humphreys Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek Blvd. Information: 214-522-8499.

Man of La Mancha. Robert Goulet is the featured actor in the starring role. April 22-27; 8 p.m.. Tuesday-Friday; 2 & 8 p.m.. Saturday & Sunday; Music Hall at Fair Park, 909 First Ave. Information: 214-373-8000.

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