Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. Trying something new this week by kicking of Stage Notes with the calendar of openings and more.
Opening this week:
Elevator Project: The Eldert Lofts by Agora Artists, today-Saturday at the Wyly Studio Theatre.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Beethoven and Brahms, today-Sunday at the Meyerson.
Echo Theatre: Natural Shocks: A One-woman Play in a Tornado, today-May 13 at the Bath House Cultural Center, pictured.
Bishop Arts Theatre Center: World Classic, today-May 21.
Stage West: Cruel Intentions: the 90s Musical, today-May 21.
Ballet North Texas: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Friday-Sunday at Moody Performance Hall.
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra: Elgar’s Enigma Variations: Strauss, Saint-Säens and Elgar, Friday-Sunday at Bass Hall.
MainStage Irving-Las Colinas: The Light in the Piazza, FridayMay 20 in the Dupree Theater at Irving Arts Center.
Allen Contemporary Theatre: Something’s Afoot, Friday-May 21.
Bishop Arts Theatre: Othello, Friday-May 21.
Theatre Arlington: On Golden Pond, Friday-May 21.
TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND: Command Performance, 6 p.m. Saturday at Winspear Opera House.
Avant Chamber Ballet: Fairy Tales of Ballet, 2 p.m. Sunday at The MARQ Southlake.
Elevator Project: #Filtered by mixtamotus, May 11-13 at the Wyly Studio Theatre.
Broadway at the Bass: Tootsie, Tuesday-May 14.
Matt Matthews, May 11 at the Addison Improv.
ATTPAC Broadway at the Center: Fiddler on the Roof, May 11-13 at the Winspear.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Carmina Burana, May 11-14 at the Meyerson.
MBS Productions: Adam & Eve in the Garden of Delights, or Love, May 11-21 at the Addison Theatre Centre.
Teatro Dallas: The 22+ Weddings of Hugo Multiple, May 11-21 at the Latino Cultural Center.
Firehouse Theatre: Saturday Night Fever, May 11-28.
Cameron Esposito, today at the Addison Improv.
Lakeside Community Theatre: Rhinoceros, through Saturday.
Artisan Center Theater: West Side Story, through Saturday.
Amphibian Stage: Baba, through Sunday.
Greater Lewisville Community Theatre: The Revolutionists, through Sunday.
Upright Theatre: God of Carnage, through Sunday.
Art Centre Theatre: The Bad Seed, through May 13.
Garland Civic Theatre: Snapshots, through May 13 at the Granville Arts Center.
Pocket Sandwich Theater: Captain Phantasm vs The Nefarious Dr. Noir, through May 13.
Prism Movement Theater: Circe: The Song of Benedito, through May 13 at Kidd Springs Park.
Ochre House Theatre: Darkness: Less a Light On, through May 20.
Pegasus Contemporary Ballet mixes drinks and dance
Pegasus Contemporay Ballet performing ‘Synergy’ in April. (Photo via Facebook by The Dancing Image)
This cleverly-named event pairs Pegasus Contemporary Ballet at Pegasus City Brewery for the return of PCBxPCB Pints on Pointe. The company will present a preview of its next show scheduled for June as well as a behind-the-scenes creative look with resident choreographer Carrie Ruth Trumbo. Plus, guests can meet the company members.
Grab a beer, wine or even a flight of Pegasus City’s beer labels. The event supports Pegasus Contemporary’s programming. Plus, each ticket includes a beer or cider drink. The brewery will also validate nearby garage parking.
Get tickets here.
Repertory Company Theatre announces a lively summer of musicals
Earlier this week, Richardson’s RCT declared a musical summer with three shows slated from June-August. Tickets are on sale now here. All shows performed Tby RCT’s REP Company actors. Here is RCT’s upcoming summer schedule (from RCT):
June 16-25: Footloose the Musical. This explosive Broadway musical set to the rockin’ rhythm of the film’s Oscar and Grammy–nominated Top 40 score and augmented with dynamic new Tony–nominated songs for the stage musical.
July 21-30: Brigadoon. The mystery and beauty of the Scottish Highlands is the backdrop for Lerner and Loewe’s magical tale about following your heart and the power of love.
Aug. 18-27: The Drowsy Chaperone. The screwball musical within a comedy pays tribute to the Jazz-Age shows of the 1920s and their power to transport us into a dazzling fantasy and to lift our spirits.
Tootsie opens Tuesday at Bass Hall after finishing its run last month for Broadway Dallas. See our interview with the queer actor who’s making her start with the show.
For Saturday’s Command Performance and Gala at the Winspear, TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND will honor ATTPAC for its contribution to TITAS’ mission.