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2800 Routh Street Ste. 168 Dallas, 75201 214-871-3300
Theatre Too — Theatre Three Inc. presents “Shear Madness,” Paul Portner’s unique comedy-whodunit. Set in modern times, it takes place in a hairstyling salon and is full of spontaneous humor. During the show, a murder is committed and the audience gets to spot the clues, question the suspects and solve the crime, which means that the outcome is never the same. Tickets range from $35-$40. Show times vary.
2720 Elm Street Dallas, 75228 214-742-3400
Club Dada — Parade of Flesh presents stoner metal band Floor as they return to Dallas to debut their recently released album Oblation. Tickets range from $12-$15. 8 p.m.
3524 Greenville Ave. Dallas, 75206 214-824-9933
Granada Theater — Everyone’s favorite local historic live music venue presents Indie group Tune-Yards. Sylvan Esso opens, so it’s sure to be a boisterous good time. Wear your dancing shoes! Tickets are $25. 8 p.m.
2001 Flora Street Dallas, 75201 214-242-5100
Nasher Sculpture Center — The Nasher's ongoing speaker series, “360: Artists, Critics, Curators,” features conversations and lectures on the ever-expanding definition of sculpture and the minds behind some of the world's most innovative artwork, architecture and design. Noted modern artist Mark Grotjhan will be the guest speaker at Saturday’s event. Tickets range from $5-$10. 2 p.m.
8525 Garland Road Dallas, 75218 214-515-6500
Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden— Oil and Cotton presents “Anthotype & Lumen Prints,” a beginnerfriendly class that invites exploration and experimentation – two elements that make exciting photography. Tickets range from $68-$75. Noon.
2538 Elm Street Dallas, 75226 469-941-4067
Capital L Arts and Entertainment — Board up your windows and get the shotguns because the dead will rise in Dallas. "Dallas Is Dead" is a zombie-themed art show featuring more than 30 local artists who have created unique, zombie-fied pieces of art including painting, drawing, sculpture, collage and fashion. Zombie attire is encouraged! $10. 7 p.m.
May 31-June 1
5938 Skillman Street Dallas, TX 75231 214-978-0110
Dallas Children’s Theater — Rosewood Center for Family Arts — Discover the true meaning of friendship and life's everyday miracles when “Charlotte’s Web,” one of the best-loved children’s stories of all time, is brought to life. Tickets range from $13-$40. Show times vary. Fri 5/30
Picture of the Week In honor of its 10th anniversary, The Frontiers of Flight Museum at 6911 Lemmon Ave. is offering FREE admission from 1-5 p.m. on Sunday, June 1. Photo courtesy of The Frontiers of Flight Museum Send us a photo of your event on Facebook and it may be featured here!
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Van Kleeck travels down Katy Trail to Theatre Three By Shari Goldstein Stern firstname.lastname@example.org
While meandering down the Katy Trail after it converges with White Rock Trail, Marty Van Kleeck couldn’t be more excited about her journey. The Dallas theater veteran took on a new role in January as managing director for Theatre Three (T3) after seven years of managing the Bath House Cultural Center (Bath House). “I feel it is such a privilege to be a part of such an established and respected arts institution here in Dallas,” she said about her new post. According to T3’s founder and executive producer, Jac Alder, “Van Kleeck’s leadership grew the Bath House’s programming and attendance
to one of our most important venues for extraordinary theatre and exceptional visual arts.” “The Theatre Three Board agreed that Marty coming would accomplish several organizational goals, one of which is to have a new answer about leadership succession in case I should retire or, as it is delicately put, ‘get hit by a bus,’” Alder quipped. While managing the Bath House, Van Kleeck’s achievements included directing and broadening public awareness through marketing communications programs, while writing grant applications, managing the budget and funding and representing the Bath House with the City Council and nonprofit groups.
Alder added, “Marty’s in-depth experience as a producer, organizational manager and entrepreneur also satisfies Theatre Three’s appetite for expanded managerial responsibilities for someone already super-familiar with theatre artists in North Texas and with systems of arts support, both governmental and private.” Van Kleeck said that one reason she’s most excited about her new position is that since coming to Dallas in the 1980s, she always wanted to work there. “Of all the theaters here, I’d love to be at Theatre Three,” she said. She got her wish, and Van Kleeck’s first directing project was last month’s “Greater Tuna.” She is currently directing and
Photo by Enrique Fernandez
Bath House Cultural Center opened its One Thirty Matinees’ second season with “Wedding Belles.” Featured in the cast were Marty Van Kleeck, left, and Leslie Patrick, Pam MyersMorgan, Sandra Looney and Gene Raye Price. costuming B.J. Cleveland, Bradley Campbell, Gene Raye Price and the cast of “Shear Madness” at Theatre Too and the show’s a must see.
Price and Van Kleeck first worked together at the Granbury Opera House and continue at both T3 and the Bath House.
Van Kleeck is continuing to direct the Bath House’s One Thirty Matinee Series, which she created. The series doubled the center’s capacity from its opening curtain. The artist lived part of her childhood as an Army brat stationed in Belgium, until her father was transferred to Texas. She earned a BFA from TCU and then an MFA from the University of Oklahoma. After graduation, she auditioned for Granbury Opera House’s first summer company, which was the beginning of a 30-year relationship with that theater. Over those years, she worked as an actor, business manager, costume designer and
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