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KATYA KABANOVA January 9. 11, 14. and 17. Once a free spirit, Katya finds herself trapped in an unhappy marriage. Boris suffers similarly from an abusive, drunkard uncle. They soon fall in love, but (surprise, surprise) everything starts to fall tragically apart. Performed by The Dallas Opera. Music Hall at Fair Park. 214-443-1000.



JASPER JOHNS: PROCESS AND PRINTMAKING Opens January 25.

Explore the creative process of the master printmaker and pop artist through this exhibition that showcases 125 prints drawn almost entirely from his personal collection. Dallas Museum of Art, 1717N.HarwoodSt. 214-922-1200.



ITZHAK PERLMAN

January 11. The violin virtuoso graces Dallas with his presence one night only. Humbly show your respect for the 15-time Grammy Award winner. Morton H.

Meyerson Symphony Center. 2301 Flora St. 214-692-0203.

A GLORY OVER EVERYTHING

January 23 through February 15. This children’s play about the Underground Railroad depicts the dangerous escapes of slaves to freedom. The Crescent Theater, 2215 Cedar Springs Rd. 214-978-0110.



AN IDEAL HUSBAND January 20 through February 8. Oscar Wilde’s brilliant and timely comedy packs an emotional punch. A rising politician with a reputation for integrity is suddenly thrust into a web of intrigue and blackmail when a grave misdeed from his past comes back to haunt him. When his wife finds out, he must light to save his status as “ideal husband.” Kalita Humphreys Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek Blvd. 972-263-1709.



5TH ANNUAL DINO DASH AND 2ND ANNUAL

DISCOVERY FEST January 31. Dress up like a dinosaur to benefit The Science Place Educational Programs. Includes 5K and 10K races and IK fun run/walk, silent auction, dinosaur costume contest, and an exciting new Discovery Fest for kids and families. Grand Place in Fair Park. 214428-5555.

DOC SEVERINSEN AND THE TONIGHT SHOW BAND

January 2.3. and 4. He plays almost as loud as his clothes. Join Johnny Carson’s legendary’ late-night show band as part of the Dallas Symphony SuperPops series. Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St 214-692-0203.



14TH ANNUAL KIDFILM FESTIVAL

January 17 and 18. The oldest and largest children’s film festival in the United States, KidFilm will feature the best contemporary and classic children’s films from around the world. Previous premieres have included Muppet Treasure Island and “Wishbone.” 2917 Swiss Ave. 214-821-6300.



IMAGINING THE OPEN RANGE: ERWIN E. SMITH, COWBOY PHOTOGRAPHER

Opens January 24. The Amon Carter Museum embraces Texas’ cowboy heritage with an exhibition of photographs by Erwin E. Smith. This authentic record of life on the range evokes the feel of a bygone era. 3501 Camp Bowie Blvd.. Fort Worth. 817-738-1933.



BREAKFAST WITH THE MITTLEMANS

January 18. Laugh at the odd couple of comedy, Steve Mittleman and Wendy Kamenoff, and their riotous antics, as seen on “The Tonight Show” and “Late Night with David Letterman.” Greer Carson Theatre, Meadows School of the Arts, SMU. 214-739-2737.

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