artistic collaboration surrounding the staged
readings. The Wyly Theater hosts Henry IV,
Part 2 on Feb. 15–16, followed by Henry V
from March 22–23. shakespearedallas.org
The Arts Community Alliance will hold its
annual TACA Silver Cup Award Luncheon on
March 5 in recognition of one man and one
woman for their tremendous contributions
to the Dallas arts community. The annual
luncheon was established in 1979, and
continues to encourage and award the
support of the arts today. taca-arts.org
15 THEATRE THREE
A powerful one-man show, Tru continues
through Feb. 8. I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now
Change takes a comedic look at courtship and
marriage in a performance that sticks around
through Valentine’s Day, running through
Feb. 15. Next up, a cast of characters
navigates perilous waters when minor
indiscretions are punishable by death. Hot
Mikado is a droll commentary on extremes
running March 12–April 5.
Renowned cellist Maya Beiser performs in
concert, featuring her newest works, All
Vows. The pieces are inspired by the Jewish
tradition of atoning for wrongdoings.
March 6–7. Diavolo: Fluid Infinities is the
third work in a trilogy, each piece of which
has been performed at Titas in the past.
Known for large-scale, interactive sets and
remarkable acrobatics, the pieces evoke a
sense of “architecture in motion,” March
17 TURTLE CREEK CHORALE
TCC celebrates its 35th Anniversary on Feb.
7, inviting audiences to join the festivities
held at Dallas City Performance Hall. TCC’s
alumni and conductor emeritus, Dr. Timothy
Seelig, will join the concert to mark this
significant event. turtlecreek.org
18 WATERTOWER THEATRE
The Explorer’s Club is a laugh-out-loud,
madcap comedy continuing through Feb. 8.
A middle-aged couple rekindles lost romance
in their marriage in the heartwarming comedy
Sexy Laundry, continuing through Feb. 22.
From March 5–15, Out of the Loop Fringe
Festival brings over 100 artists and companies
to the theater for what has grown to be one
of the most significant fringe festivals across
the nation. Image: John-Michael Marrs, The
Explorers Club, photo by Kelsey Leigh Ervi.