Thursday

Dallas Cabaret Festival

The fourth annual festival kicks off with the musical review “Disco Inferno,” which features songs from the era with the best music and the worst clothes.

Where: Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther Drive

Cost: $15-$30

Info: eventbrite.com

Friday

“Greater Tuna”

Ever wonder what life is like in Texas’ third smallest town? Two actors play more than 20 characters in this satire about rural life in America.

Where: Pocket Sandwich Theatre, 5400 E. Mockingbird Lane

Cost: $19.50-$21.50

Info: pocketsandwich.com

Janmastami

Celebrate one of the largest Indian festivals commemorating the earthly appearance of Krishna. The event will include A Taste of Krishna food festival, and a complimentary multicourse vegetarian meal will be served. There will also be singing, readings and face painting.

Where: Radha Kalachandji Hare Krishna Temple, 5430 Gurley Ave.

Cost: Free

Info: facebook.com/events

Saturday

“Broadway or Bust”

Catch the last showing of “Broadway or Bust,” which follows a Dallas theater company preparing to perform a musical flop until the director trips on a toaster and breaks her ankle.

Where: Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther Drive

Cost: $25-$30

Info: artandseek.org

Sunday

Bra Art Dallas

Support breast cancer treatment and be entertained with “uniquely styled brassieres” at the fifth annual Bra Art Dallas fundraiser benefiting The Bridge Breast Network.

Where: Dallas Fraternal Order of Eagles, 8500 Arturo Drive

Cost: Free

Info: facebook.com/events


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