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Dallas Children's Theater presents Tuck Everlasting

Win a family four-pack for a performance between March 23 through April 7

What if you could live forever? What if you were asked to keep a shocking secret? Young Winnie Foster suddenly finds herself faced with these dilemmas when she ventures from her routine one single summer morning. What she encounters at the foot of a magnificent tree in the woods on her family's land brings her face to face with monumental life choices. A romance, a new family, perhaps eternal life? What follows is a whirlwind of events and a life-affirming adventure thatThe New York Times called "fearsome and beautifully written." Considered one of the classics of modern children's literature, this poetic story comes intensely to life on the DCT stage.

Read more about Dallas Children's Theater here.


Teatro Dallas presents Fur

Two tickets to any performance March 15-30 at Latino Cultural Center

A hirsute young woman who is purchased at a sideshow to become the bride of a young man with a fetish for animals in post-apocalyptic Los Angeles. This tragi-comic, triangular love story reimagines a beauty and a beast, but with uncompromising results.

Read more about Teatro Dallas here.


Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Leslie Odom, Jr.

March 29 at the Meyerson Symphony Center

The Tony® Award-winning star, who originated the role of Aaron Burr in Hamilton, performs with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. This singular concert experience includes Broadway, jazz and the standards we all love.

Read more about the Dallas Symphony Orchestra here.




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