Here’s what’s coming up this week at Art&Seek:
Walker Museum Internet Cat Video Festival – Check out a showcase of 100 cat videos chosen by the public. The reel of cat antics screens at the Texas Theatre.
DREAMLESS – This new musical follows a couple of siblings whose ambition tears their lives apart. The show at Ochre House Theater includes original music and dance.
An Iliad, by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare – This play is a new spin on Homer’s epic tale. See the solo play at Stage West in Fort Worth.
Opening Reception: Amuse-Bouche – The artist-run gallery project Art Tooth presents this exhibition of painting, sculpture, and photography at Gallery 76102 in Fort Worth.
The Music of Beethoven, Hayden, & Mozart: Concert One – This concert at Bass Hall kicks off the Classical Masters Festival.
My Dear Children – Siblings learn that they may not be related after all. Secrets and desires start to surface in this play at Teatro Dallas.
Opening Reception – David Bates: Paintings and Sculptures – Head to Talley Dunn Gallery for an opening reception for this exhibition. David Bates’ work includes still-life paintings, Gulf Coast scenes, and portraits of fishermen.
Rich-Tone Chorus presents Cirque du Sound – The Rich-Tone Chorus performs this concert of music, dancing, comedy, and circus acts. Catch the show at the Eisemann Center in Richardson.
The COSIGN Experience 2016 – Fashion, Music & Art Show – Cosign Magazine celebrates its fifth anniversary with an evening of fashion, music, and art. Join the party at Sixty Five Hundred in Dallas.
Singin’ In The Rain – Check out Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s production of this musical at the Fort Worth Community Arts Center.
Baron Vaughn, stand-up comedy – Baron Vaughn heads to Fort Worth to work on new material and craft a new show. Be a part of the process at Amphibian Stage Productions.
The Roots Remain – This exhibition includes nature-inspired paintings by Patricia Rodriguez. The show opens at Mountain View College’s Cliff Gallery and spans six years of her work.
Swingin’ and Singin’ for the Blue – This concert of jazz and swing benefits the Dallas police department. Head to Sons of Hermann Hall to hear Ricki Derek & the Vegas Six, Matt Tolentino & the Swing Wing, and others.
From Dijon to Dallas: Alice Bidault Boone and Andrew Davis – This exhibition features the work of two artists as part of an exchange program between the SMU Meadows School of the Arts and the Ecole Nationale Superieure d’Art in France. The work of both artists are up at SMU’s Liliana Bloch Gallery in Dallas.