Saturday 09.07 — Sunday 09.16

‘Hello, Dolly!’ at Casa Manana

There’s probably no musical that says “Ol’ Broadway” quite like Jerry Herman’s Hello, Dolly! It has it all — splashy production numbers, elaborate costumes, chorus boys and a leading lady who’s almost always played by a diva (Bette and Bernadette recently on B’way; Betty in the upcoming national tour). You don’t have to wait for next summer, though, to see a production — Casa Manana is pulling out all the stops for its own version, which plays for two weekends only. Jacquelyn Piro Donovan and David Coffee star.

Casa Manana, 3101 W. Lancaster Ave., Fort Worth.



Friday 09.14 — Saturday 09.15

Diavolo combines architecture and the human body

Diavolo technically is a dance troupe, we suppose, but we prefer its subtitle: Architecture in Motion. That’s because each Diavolo show — which returns once more to Dallas — is as much a feat of technical wizardry as it is human movement. The thoughtful, dazzling and emotional show is so popular, a third, matinee performance has been added to the lineup. Prepare to be wowed.

Moody Performance Hall, 2520 Flora St.
Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 2 p.m. (added performance).



Sunday 09.09

Gay Day at Six Flags returns

Gay day at amusement parks started in Disney World more than 20 years ago, and while we’ve done them at Six Flags Over Texas in years past, it’s been a minute. Well, that minute is over. Dallas Voice has teamed up with the City of Arlington’s Visitor and Conventions Bureau to co-host the return of Gay Day. And we know how to treat ya right — the tickets are discounted nearly 50 percent if you buy online ahead of time (and including parking), and you can show your Pride a week before the parade.

Six Flags Over Texas, 2201 Road to Six Flags, Arlington.
Discounted tickets at