Friday 09.06— Sunday 09.08
B. Moore Dance stages inaugural concert
Bridget L. Moore has choreographed for Dallas Black Dance Theatre, Bruce Wood Dance and others … and now, for herself. Her newly-formed modern movement company B. Moore Dance makes its debut on the North Texas arts scene this week, with three chances to catch the newcomer. Each piece will revolve around themes of power, flux, resistance and surrender.
Addison Theatre Centre,
15650 Addison Road.
Friday–Saturday at 8 p.m., Sunday at
2 p.m. $25–$30.
All-male burlesque show makes h’story
Rodd Gray has hosted countless shows as an emcee (under the nom-de-drag Patti Le Plae Safe), but he’s stepping out of his comfort zone to take on the role of producer, and for his inaugural production, he’s going all male (big surprise). One Night of H’story features a of host of guys in the typically female-centric medium of burlesque, with all Texas-based entertainers including Gio, pictured, Josh Ayala, Ronnie Mercury, Bobby Barnaby and Alexander the Great.
1350 Manufacturing St.
8 p.m. doors, 9 p.m. curtain. $22 and up.
Drag Racer Katya is a standup girl
As one of the standout characters from Ru Paul’s Drag Race, Katya combined sass and female illusion on the runway. But she’s not just a glamour queen — she’s also an actress and comedian. In Help Me I’m Dying Here, Katya portrays more than a dozen characters in a multi-media show that swings into the Majestic for a one-night-only performance.
1925 Elm St. 7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. curtain.