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ART: Alumni_2: Inter-Play
SP/N Gallery
Sat, Tues, Wednesdays 11-4
Thurs & Fridays 1-6
Through November 23
ART: 17th Annual Cedars Open Studio
Saturday, Nov 23
ART: Third Thursdays Art Walk
Dragon Street Galleries
Dallas Design District

Nov 21st, 5 - 8 PM
Free and open to the public
ART: A World Away Just Next Door
Street Photography in Mexico
Latino Cultural Center
Opening Reception:
Friday, Nov 22, 6 to 8 pm

On exhibit through Jan 4th
ART: Open Mic Mondays
Every Monday at 6 pm
Chocolate Secrets, Dallas
FILM: Three Hours in Dallas
Thursday, Nov 21 at 6:30 pm
Sixth Floor Museum
Immersive Film Experience
FILM: Making Waves
The Art of Cinematic Sound
Sunday, Nov 24 at 6:30 pm
The Texas Theater
FILM: A Short Premiere
Dallas made short films.
Nov 21, 7-10 pm
Angelika Film Center & Café - Dallas
FILM: The Room
Friday, Nov 22 at Midnight
Inwood Theatre
FILM: The Feeling of Being Watched
Thursday, Nov 21 at 6 pm
UT Dallas
Hosted by Palestinian Youth Movement
THEATRE: My F*cked Up Thanksgiving
Stomping Ground Comedy
Nov 15 - 23rd
Friday and Saturday at 8 pm
THEATRE: Queen of Basel by Hilary Be
Kitchen Dog Theatre
Nov 21 - Dec 15
*Regional Premiere*
THEATRE: The Lifespan of a Fact
The Lifespan of a Fact by Jeremy Kareken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell

Stage West, Fort Worth

Nov 7 – Dec 8
THEATRE: The Thanksgiving Play
by Larissa FastHorse
Regional Premiere

Undermain Theater
Nov 6 - Dec 1
THEATRE: DOT by Colman Domingo
Regional Premiere
Soul Rep Theatre
Dec 5 - 22
South Dallas Cultural Center
THEATRE: Swimming While Drowning
A Dallas Premiere
Written by Emilio Rodríguez

Cara Mia Theatre Co.
Nov 30 - Dec 15
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november 21-25, 2019



Three Hours in Dallas: Film Premiere with Live Musical Score

Thursday, Nov 21st at 6:30 pm

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

World premiere of Three Hours in Dallas an original musical composition scored to accompany an all-new

compilation of historic motorcade film footage. Reception 6 p.m. Program 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and include a wine reception.

Tickets at:

A Short Premiere

Thursday, Nov 21st at 7 pm

Angelika Film Center & Cafe- Dallas

Short films produced and made in Dallas. Tickets via Eventbrite.

Dallas Screening: The Feeling of Being Watched

Thursday, Nov 21st at 6:30 pm

University of Texas of Dallas

The Feeling of Being Watched (Tribeca 2018) is a first-person investigative documentary that reveals the lasting

impact surveillance can have on Muslim communities. Hosted by Palestinian Youth Movement. The screening will take place

at UT Dallas in Building CB3 room 1.302. Visit the Facebook event for more details. 

Midnight Madness: The Room

Friday, Nov 22nd at Midnight

Inwood Theatre

The Room is an electrifying black comedy about love, passion, betrayal and lies, starring "The Disaster Artist" himself, writer/director Tommy Wiseau. Tickets at:

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound

Sunday, Nov 24th at 6:30 pm

The Texas Theater

Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound reveals the hidden power of sound in cinema – and the unsung heroes whose creative breakthroughs have impacted the most beloved, classic films. Tickets at:


Queen of Basel by Hilary Bettis

Kitchen Dog Theater, Dallas

Nov 21 – Dec 15 

Thursday – Saturday at 8:00 pm

Sundays 2:00 pm


Set at Art Basel, Miami's weeklong party for the rich and famous, this play is an explosive elixir of power, class, and race

within the Latinx community and is a bold and contemporary take on Strindberg's class play, Miss Julie.


Tickets online: or 214-953-1055.

The Thanksgiving Play by Larissa FastHorse

Undermain Theatre, Dallas

Nov 9 – Dec 1 (no performance on Thanksgiving)

Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30 pm

Sundays 2:00 pm


Regional Premiere. Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scramble to create a pageant that celebrates both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.


Tickets online: or 214-747-5155.

My F*cked Up Thanksgiving 

Stomping Ground Comedy

Friday, Nov 22nd at 8 pm

An immersive, improvised comedy show like you’ve never seen. Meet the host family and relatives as they move

throughout the theater for three courses of dinner and one big night of drama.

Tickets online:

The Lifespan of a Fact by Jeremy Kareken & David Murrell and Gordon Farrell

Stage West, Fort Worth

Nov 7 – Dec 8

Thursdays 7:30
Fridays & Saturdays 8:00
Sundays 3:00

Regional Premiere. Can you assume these days that what you see in the media is factually correct? Is accuracy all that important in an opinion piece? These questions are central to this topical comedy.

Tickets online: or 817-784-9378 (STG-WEST)

In THEATRE - Mark Your Calendars:

DOT by Colman Domingo

Soul Rep Theatre Company

Dec 5-22

Thursday - Saturday at 7:30 pm
Sundays at 3:00

Regional Premiere. DOT, full of humor and heartbreak, is set during the Christmas holiday at the Shealy family home in West Philly.

The play grapples unflinchingly with aging parents, midlife crises, gay marriage, millennial angst, and sibling drama.

Tickets online: 

Swimming While Drowning by Emilio Rodriguez

Cara Mia Theatre Co.

November 30 – December 15

Thursday - Saturday  at 8 pm

Sunday  at 2:30 pm

Dallas Premiere. The Dallas premiere of Swimming While Drowning fearlessly explores gender and survival within

the trans community through a casting that rethinks the play originally written about two gay cisgender homeless teens.

Tickets online: OR 214-516-0706



Alumni_2: Inter-Play

SP/N Gallery

Through November 23rd

he University of Texas at Dallas, with its dual program of Arts and Humanities and Art and Technology, is fostering a new

critical mass of creativity. The interaction of critical and creative thinking with visual image making has produced a rich

and talented group of young emerging artists. Free and open to the public.

Third Thursday's Art Walk with The Dragon Street Galleries

Design District, Dallas

Thursday, November 21st at 5 pm

Join the Dragon Street Galleries for Third Thursdays, a monthly casual art walk on the length of Dragon Street with

different businesses and galleries participating each month. Tickets via Eventbrite.

A World Away Just Next Door: Street Photography in Mexico

Latino Cultural Center

Opening Reception - Friday, Nov. 22nd at 6 pm

On exhibit through January 4, 2020

Based in Nayarit, Mexico, photographer and writer Brent Kollock has been documenting a visual story that plays out

every day on the streets of Mexican cities. Free and open to the public.

Open Mic Mondays

Monday, Nov 25th at 6 pm

Chocolate Secrets

Weekly mixed mic event - open to actors, singers, dancers, poets, comics and all artists in between. For each show, SIGN UPS

ONLINE until SUNDAY prior to the show. Signup on SignUp Genius.