Get ready for an adventure! “Apollo’s Flight” is a multi-media show with spacey film footage set to original electronic music. Take the journey at the University of Texas at Arlington’s Planetarium.
Freda Payne – best known for her 1970 hit “Band of Gold” – performs a concert of R&B, soul, and jazz. It’s all part of the Jazz at the Muse series happening at the Clarence Muse Café Theatre in Dallas.
Think “The Vagina Monologues” with a cameo by your favorite kooky aunt. Head to the South Dallas Cultural Center for a night of woman-centric story-telling. “Tellabration-Dallas: For God So Loved Those Loud Black Girls!” profiles five women from baby boomers to millennials telling the stories of their lives.
Get an in-depth look at rodeo culture in photographs by Rima Canaan Lee. In her new exhibition “Rodeo,” she’s got two sets of images capturing the speed and energy of the rodeo and the tradition of the stock shows. See the images at the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame in Fort Worth.