year’s theme, as TACA fulfills its mission
to encourage innovation and collaboration
among communities. The free Oct. 20 event
requires pre-registration to participate in
this worthy cause. taca-arts.org.
14 THEATRE THREE
Ten Texans fight for a chance to win a
new truck, and a new lease on life in the
hilarious comedy, Hands on a Hardbody,
running through Oct. 29. A Civil War
Christmas is a carefully woven tale of friends
and foes as their lives collide during a bitter-cold Christmas Eve along the Potomac.
The poetic recollection of our American
Heritage is performed Nov. 20–Dec. 14.
The risky and wildly entertaining works
of Brian Brooks Moving Company will debut
in Dallas Nov. 21–22. Image: Brian Brooks
Moving Company, photo by Christopher
Duggan, courtesy of AT&T Performing
Arts Center. titas.org
16 TURTLE CREEK CHORALE
In their first concert of the season, TCC
presents Brave, featuring the male members
of the group. The poignant testament to
courage and perseverance also features
community artists who share their personal
stories of triumph and hope through a
heartfelt musical adaptation performed
Oct. 17–18. turtlecreek.org
17 WATERTOWER THEATRE
The story of two of the most infamous
Texans is brought to life once again in Bonnie
and Clyde. The show runs Oct. 10–Nov. 2.
Beginning Meisner Class runs Sept. 6–Nov. 22,
and an Intermediate Meisner Class from Sept.
3–Nov. 19 for aspiring actors seeking to
master greater subtlety of expression.
NOTED: PERFORMING ARTS
at the trinity
Photographs by Terry Evans
through January 25, 2015