Here’s what’s coming up this week at Art&Seek:
Pandora’s Box presents Getrude Stein and Allen Ginsberg Pride Reading – Local LGBT poets read works by Stein and Ginsberg at the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas.
Out From Under The Rug: True Life Tales Of Abortion – The Oral Fixation storytelling series continues with stories from men and women whose lives have been affected by abortion. Hear the tales at the Dallas City Performance Hall.
How the West Was Photographed: Tintype Photography – Project Barbatype gives a lecture and demonstration on the art of tintype photography at the Lewisville Public Library.
Dancing at Lughnasa – This play tells the story of five spinster sisters as they prepare for a festival celebrating the pagan god of the harvest. See the show at Contemporary Theatre of Dallas.
Greek Food Festival of Dallas – Head to Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Dallas for a festival of all things Greek including music, dance, and food.
We All Make Mistakes: A Drunken Mixtape Sundown’s 4th Annual(ish) Short Works Festival – Sundown Collaborative Theatre presents this short works festival at Green Space Art Collective in Denton. A different line-up of shows every night!
Oaktopia – This festival in Downtown Denton wraps up with performances by Mates of State and Pete Yorn, plus a gaming tournament and yoga.
DADA Fall Gallery Walk – Art spaces all over Dallas, Denton, Arlington, and Irving are celebrating the Dallas Art Dealers Association’s annual Fall Gallery Walk. Highlights include an exhibition of art made from found objects at Site 131 and photographs, sculptures, and brooches at UNT’s Art Gallery.
Bell, Book and Candle – A modern-day witch casts a spell on a man, but when he falls in love with her, things get sticky. Catch this comedy at Runway Theatre in Grapevine.
Stravinsky The Rite of Spring – The Dallas Symphony Orchestra performs Stravinsky’s masterpiece at the Meyerson.
5th Annual Juried Exhibition of Contemporary Islamic Art – This exhibition at Irving Arts Center is inspired by Islamic culture, art, literature, and architecture and includes art from all over the world.
TCU School of Music at the Bass: The Music of John Corigliano – TCU’s School of Music presents this concert of music by American composer John Corigliano. Hear the music at Bass Hall.
NPR’s Ask Me Another – Head to the Majestic Theatre in Dallas for a live taping of NPR’s game of trivia, music, and more.
Bella: An American Tall Tale – Dallas Theater Center presents the story of a young black woman travelling across the country in the late 1800s. See the musical at the Wyly.