This weekend: Aerialists, acrobats and animals

Mayya Panfilova in ZINGARI (photos from Facebook)
Mayya Panfilova in Zingari (photos from Facebook)

Kicking off this weekend, Dec. 26, and running through Jan. 3 don’t miss Zingari, the Dallas-based Lone Star Circus’ tribute to the old gypsy families associated with circus. It includes aerialists, acrobats, equilibrists, jugglers, clowns and animals. It’s at Dallas Children’s Theater, located at 5938 Skillman. Go to dct.org or call 214.978.0110 for more. Tickets are $27-$48.

On Sunday, Dec. 27, catch a performance of Shakey Graves, the one-man band from Austin who found his way from Brooklyn coffee shops to sold-out shows performing blues, country and rock ‘n’ roll. Granada Theater is at 3524 Greenville. Call 214.824.9933 or go to granadatheater.com for more. Tickets are $27.

Miracle on 34th Street
Miracle on 34th Street

Running through Dec. 30 is “Miracle on 34th Street” at Dallas Children’s Theater. The play by Valentine Davies is based on the classic 1947 holiday film. Dallas Children’s Theater is at 5938 Skillman. Go to dct.org or call 214.978.0110 for more. Tickets are $15-$28.

Through Jan. 30, Bath House Cultural Center is hosting “Frida Kahlo: La Flor de la Vida (The Flower of Life),” an art exhibition that draws inspiration from the influential Mexican artist Frida Kahlo. The Bath House is located at 521 E Lawther. Go to the website for more. The exhibit is free.


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