Dallas Voice (Dallas, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 44, Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 2000 Page: 46 of 102
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Selected arts events around the Metroplex this week
The following productions are scheduled to open this week:
Barefoot in the Park by Neil Simon. The humorous sago
of a pair of newlyweds as they set up housekeeping in a
rackety Greenwich Village apartment. Water Tower
Theatre, 15650 Addison Rd. Mar. 3-18. Thu.-Sat. at 8 p.m.
and Sat. at 3 p.m. 972-450-6232.
Starry Night, by Monte
Merrick. A brother must
find resolution with his sib-
ling, who is responsible for
their father's death in an
auto accident, while he
prepares to leave for col-
lege. Meanwhile, the olde'
brother and his wife are
expecting the overdue
birth of their firs* child.
Fort Worth Theatre at Orchestra Hall, 440] Trail Lake. Mar.
9-25. Thu.-Sat. at 8 p.m. Tickets S8-S10. 817-921-5300.
The following productions are scheduled to close this week:
The Waiting Room, by Lisa Loomer. A satirical and
humorous look at how men regard the female body. Texas
Woman's University's Redbud Theatre on Bell Avenue in
Denton. Mar. 4 at 8 p.m., Mar. 5 at 2 p.m. Tickets S10.
Road, by Jim Cartwright. Humorous and moving explo-
ration of the landscape of urban poverty set in England
during the late 1980s. Presented by Kitchen Dog Theater
at the McKinney Avenue Contemporary, 3120 McKinney.
Through Mar. 5. Fri.-Sat. at 8 p.m. and Sun. at 2 p.m.
Tickets $8-518. 214-953-1055.
Tony and Tina's Wedding. An improvisational play that
satires an Italion-American wedding in which the audience
is involved in the fictitious event. Broadway Contemporary
Series touring production sponsored by Dallas Summer
Musicals at the Sara Ellen and Samuel Weisfeld Center,
1508 Cadiz. Through Mar. 5. Fri.-Sun. at 8 p.m., Sat.-Sun.
at 2 p.m. Tickets $50. Show includes dinner. 214-631-
Company by George Furth and Stephen Sondheim. A
musical comedy-drama that follows a bachelor on the night
of his 35th birthday as he contemplates his unmarried
stale through a series of encounters. Theatre Three, 2800
Routh. Through Mar. 4. Fri. and Sat. at 8 p.m. and Sat. at
2:30 p.m. Tickets S18-S30.214-871-3300.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra, with guitarist Sharon
Isbin, presents American premiere of Christopher Rouse's
Concert de Gaudi. Through Mar. 4 at 8 p.m. Meryerson
Symphony Center. Tickets $17-587. 214-692-0203.
Amber featuring Lil Suiy International pop ond dance
diva Amber will perform with guest artist Lil Suzy. Mar. 4
at 8 p.m. Bronco Bowl Arena. 214-943-1777.
Janis Ian. Grammy Award winning gay singer/songwriter
will perform. Mar. 4 at 8 p.m. Uncle Colvin's Coffeehouse
at NorthPark Presbyterian Church, 9555 N. Central at
Walnut Hill. Tickets $20. 310-363-0044. See also the
interview with Ian in this week's Lifestyles section.
Zephyr Winds and Friends Concert, a musical ensem-
ble with a core of membership from Texas Woman's
University dedicated to discovering and performing origi-
nal works and rarely heard music. Mar. 7 at 8 p.m. TWU's
Margo Jones Performance Hall. Tickets $5.940-898-2500.
Jabali Afrika, Kenya-based musical group that draws on
traditional African rhythms, melodies and dances to come
up with a unique, timeless look and sound. Mar. 8 at 7 p.m.
TWU's Margo Jones Performance Hall. Free. 940-898-
Gory Stegall, guest artist piano recital presented by
Meadows School of the Arts at SMU. Mar. 9 at 8 p.m.
Caruth Auditorium. Free. 214-768-2787.
Events & Screenings
18th Annual North Texas Irish Festival. Ireland's
rich history is spotlighted with the best of Irish music
played by international stars and regional standouts. Mar.
4-5 at Fair Park. Tickets $11.214-821-4174.
Some Like it Hot, presented by USA Film Festival fea-
turing Marilyn Monroe, Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis.
Story of two unemployed musicians who witness the St.
Valentine's Day Massacre and find it necessary to avoid
their pursuers at all costs — including throwing on dress-
es. Mar. 6 at 7:30 p.m. at AMC Glen Lakes Theatre, 9450
N. Central at Walnut Hill. Tickets $7.214-821-3456.
Cirque Eloize, featuring troupe from Quebec presenting
bicycle routines aerial performances, juggling and hand-
balancing. Presented by TITAS at MacFarlin Auditorium at
Southern Methodist University. Through Mar. 4 at 8 p.m.
Barnum's Kaleidoscope, a one-ring tent show that
blends contemporary theater with classic circus. Through
Mar. 12. Presented by Ringling Brothers at Valley View
Center, LBJ Frwy. and Preston. Tickets $24.75-548. 214-
Margaret Cho, award-winning comedian, will perform
I'm the One I Want, based on her experiences as the first
Asian-American to star in her own sitcom. Mar. 4 at
Majestic Theatre. See also the interview with Cho in this
week's Lifestyles section.
Street Scene, by Kurt Weill. A contemporary story of
love, betrayal, suspense and murder set to exhilarating
and energetic music. Through Mar. 5, with performances
Fri.-Sat. at 8 p.m. and Sun. at 2 p.m. Presented by the
Meadows Opera Theatre at SMU's Bob Hope Theatre.
The Naked Truth ... In
Leather, featuring lesbian
Leann Barry, one of Dallas'
funniest stand-up comics.
Mar. 7 at Pocket Sandwich
Theatre, 5400 E.
Mockingbird, Suite 119.
Seating, food and beverage
service 6:30 p.m. Tickets
4 Out of 5 Doctors,
comedy troupe presenting music, sketches and improvisa-
tional comedy. Mar. 8 and 22 at Pocket Sandwich Theatre,
5400 E. Mockingbird, Suite 119. Seating, food and bever-
age service 6:30 p.m. Tickets $10. 214-821-1860.
A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare's hilarious
tale of mistaken identities with a happily-ever-after fairy
tale ending. Mar. 3-5 at 8 p.m. Presented by the Fort
Worth Dallas Ballet at Fair Park Music Hall. Tickets $6.75-
Tap Dogs, an ensemble of six rough and tough male tap
dancers from Australia, U.S., England and Canada perform
a ninety-minute heavily masculine dance interlude in an
industrial atmosphere. Presented by Casa Manana at Bass
Performance Hall. Through Mar. 5, with performances Fri.-
Sat. at 8 p.m., Sat.-Sun. at 2 p.m. and Sun. at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets $24-559. 817-467-2787.
Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, a group of
professional male dancers performing the full range of
ballet and modern dance repertoires, incorporating and
exaggerating the foibles, accidents, and underlying incon-
gruities of serious dance. Mar. 8 at 8 p.m. Bass
Performance Hall. Tickets $16-540.888-597-7827.
Cosey Williams and Robert Ziebell, works by these
Texan artists presented by Photographs Do Not Bend
Gallery. Mar. 3-Apr. 8.3115 Routh. 214-969-1852.
Ivanffy-Uhler Gallery presents a retrospective exhibi-
tion of paints and graphics from 1948 through 1990 by
Rudolf Lang. Mar. 3 (opening reception 6-9 p.m.)-Apr. 30.
4623 W. Lovers. Free. 214-350-3500.
Degas to Picasso Symposium featuring the newest
research and creative work of four internationally known
scholars. Presented by Dallas Museum of Art as part of an
alternative exhibition focusing on the place of photogra-
phy in the late 19th century and the influence of photog-
raphy on the work of symbolists and other turn-of-the-cen-
tury artists. Mar. 4, 9 a.m.-l p.m. (Exhibit continues
through May 7). Tickets $30. 214-922-1200.
Meadows Museum at
University presents paint-
ings and drawings by
Cynthia Un as part of its
series featuring the work of
Division and Art faculty.
Through Mar. 5. Free. 214-
500X Gallery features
new works by Brad
Cushman, Steven Price and David Rainey. Through Mar. 5.
Sat.-Sun. 12 p.m.-5 p.m. 500 Exposition. 214-828-1111.
Queen of My Room: A Survey of Work by Julie
Speed, at Dallas Visual Art Center of Austin-based artist
known for her dream-like narratives inhabited by such fig-
ures as forlorn young women and threatening animals.
Through Mar. 15. 2801 Swiss. Free. 214-821-2522.
Allen Topolski: Seven Acute Joys Mutate presented
by Emergency Gallery. Through Mar. 18. 3603 Parry. 214-
Contemporary American Drawings from the Sarah-
Ann and Werner H. Kramarsky Collection presented by
Meadows School of the Arts at SMU. Through Mar. 25.
Pollock Gallery. Free. 214-768-2516.
Concentrations 35: Richard Patterson, an exhibition
at Dallas Museum of Art featuring British artist whose
paintings challenge the comfortable sense of perception by
blurring the relationship between photography and paint-
ing. Through Apr. 16. Free. 214-922-1200.
2000 BC: The Bruce Conner Story Part II, at
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth featuring artist known
for short collage films of the 1950s ond 1960s. Through
April 23.1309 Montgomery. Free. 817-738-9215.
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The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green.
Think of your relationship
AS A HOUSE. TRUST IS THE FOUND-
ATION. LOVE, THE KNICKNACKS ON
THE SHELVES. COMMITMENT,
THE ROOF OVERHEAD.
Ethan green's house just got demolished in
A FREAK TIDAL WAVE-MONSOON-DEADLY-EARTHQUAKE-
...by Eric Oraer
Metaphorically that is, by way of a soft
SPOKEN ANNOUNCEMENT FROM DOUG, EETH'S
SWEET, HUNKY, COMMITMENTALLY-
Don't feel too bad though, because he
HAS OFFERED THIS DAGGER TO THE HEART,
Here at ethan-Green comix, we refer to this
PHENOMENON AS THE BIG BANG THEORY OF
RELATIONSHIPS. WE'VE ASKED A FAMOUS
SCIENTIST TO HELP EXPLAIN:
Having trouble comprehending? ah well,
DON'T DESPAIR, THE MYSTERIES OF THE HUMAN
HEART AREN'T NECESSARILY FOR US TO
MARCH 3, 2000
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