Artists as Educators as Artists
This exhibition celebrates the work of teaching artists from the Creative Arts Center of Dallas, which has operated in East Dallas for more than 30 years.
Where: Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther Drive
Celebrate Pocket Sandwich Theatre’s 40th season with an infamous melodrama, written by co-founders Joe Dickinson and Rodney Dobbs. What happens when a detective, a femme fatale, a voodoo queen, an evil pharmaceutical company and zombies meet in 1952 New Orleans? Find out in “Zombie, Dearest!”
Where: Pocket Sandwich Theatre, 5400 E. Mockingbird Lane
Thin White Duke
From “Space Oddity” to “Under Pressure,” the hits just keep coming in this soulful tribute to enigmatic musician, David Bowie.
Where: Granada Theater, 3524 Greenville Ave.
Stick to your New Year’s resolution to be healthier with Workout Weekend BINGO. Each BINGO square takes you to a different part of the Dallas Arboretum and pairs a fun exercise to do there. Pick up a card at the information booth and participate every Saturday and Sunday through the month of January.
Where: Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland Road
Cost: Free with paid garden admission
New Year’s Yoga
After the craziness of the holidays, realign your chakras with a therapeutic yoga class. Taught by Mara Black, the class includes props for stretching and strengthening mobility.
Where: White Rock Hills Branch Library, 9150 Ferguson Road
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