fbpx

This weekend: Scott Stapp concert, El Corazon art exhibit and more

Scott Stapp (photo from Facebook)

Scott Stapp (photo from Facebook)

Later today, Feb. 10, you can see Scott Stapp, the voice of Creed. Stapp has had a rough go. He had a public meltdown in 2014 and did a stint in rehab last year. But then in October, the voice of Creed released a dramatic video announcing that he’s back, and he wants to help anyone who has shared similar struggles on his “Proof of Life” world tour. The Granada Theater is at 3524 Greenville. Call 214.824.9933 or go to granadatheater.com for more. Tickets are $30-$59.

Starting this weekend, Feb. 12, through March 6, the show “Love, Loss and What I Wore” tells women’s stories through the frame of their outfits. This Nora Ephron play is based on Ilene Beckerman’s bestseller as well as the stories of Ephron’s friends. Contemporary Theatre of Dallas is at 5601 Sears. Call 214.828.0094 or go to contemporarytheatreofdallas.com for more.

On Feb. 13 For the Love of the Lake invites neighbors to join its monthly Second Saturday Shoreline Spruce-Up at White Rock Lake. They meet at 8 a.m. For the Love of the Lake offices at 1152 N. Buckner. Call 214.660.1100 or go to whiterocklake.org to learn more. The event is free.

Heart with gold spikesThrough March 5 is the beloved “El Corazon” art exhibition at the Bath House Cultural Center is kicking off its 22nd year. The show allows local artists to offer their interpretations of the human heart. It opens with a reception for the artists from 7-9 p.m. Bath House Cultural Center is at 521 E. Lawther. Call 214.670.8749 or go to bathhousecultural.com for more. The event is free.

Through Feb. 28 don’t miss the whimsical musical, “A Year with Frog and Toad,” which follows two best friends and their quirky egos from hibernation to planting, to swimming, to sledding. Dallas Children’s Theater is at 5938 Skillman. Go to dct.org or call 214.978.0110 for more. Tickets are $15-$28.

Through Feb. 13 see “Close Encounters of the Dirk Kind” at Pocket Sandwich Theater. Film Noir detective Dirk Spatula is called out of retirement to help find a space alien on the run. Mix in a host of vixen spies, teleportation, shape shifting, voodoo and a werewolf. Don’t forget to throw popcorn at the stage. Pocket Sandwich Theater is located at 5400 E. Mockingbird. Call 214.821.1860 or go to pocketsandwich.com for more. Tickets are $12-$25.

Through March 20 is an exhibit by Dallas native Martin Delabano will be on display at St. Matthew’s Cathedral Arts. The exhibit, “Salvaged and Repurposed: Selected works of Martin Delabano,” will be held in the Justus Sundermann Gallery. Parking and admission is free. St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral is located at 5100 Ross. Go to cathedralartsdallas.org or call 214.887.6552 for more.


WANT MORE?
Click to sign up for the Advocate's weekly news digest and be the first to know what’s happening in Lakewood/East Dallas.
By |2016-02-10T11:56:28-05:00February 10th, 2016|Entertainment, Events, News|0 Comments

About the Author:

Brittany Nunn
BRITTANY NUNN is the Lakewood/East Dallas editor. Email bnunn@advocatemag.com