We went a bit biblical on this month’s top events and shows list. Click thru for some of our other favorite happenings this Patriotic month.
Sydney James Harcourt (Joseph) & Liz Mikel (Narrator) are magical in this retelling of that ol’ Joseph tale. A special few shout outs to a fella named Gad (sorta rings a bell if ya check my name!) and the dynamic Chamblee Ferguson (Jacob, Potiphar, Pharaoh) truly steals the show. The show runs thru August 12th and is good for all ages.
Another show bleeding into to this month is, JERSEY BOYS thru till July 15th at the Winspear.
If you’re in the mood for some fun Firework shows PSD has three recommendations.
Head up north to Frisco for some rowdy soccer fans and pre show acoustic performance by Jaret Reddick and Erik Chandler from Bowling for Soup. Joy! Another always quality fireworks show is those folks in Addison putting on ol’ Kaboom Town.
Finally how about remember our Independence by remembering our old English rulers. Yeah ironic ‘aint it.
O’ I meant Romans, but you know it’s still Shakespeare! Coriolanus and Twelfth Night both at Shakespeare in The Park thru the middle of July. Both shows are awesome and check back after the 4th for a bit more on these awesome shows on PSD!!!
Once you’ve awakened from your Lake-firework slumbers, check out the rest of the month which is jam-packed with fun and exciting events.
A wonderful film-going experience is the boldly raw look into the imagination and heart of a special little girl. The Angelika Dallas is showing Beasts Of The Southern Wild starting July 6th. Here is a Q & A from a promo screening this past month.
And how about another classic tale of a special child’s imagination!!
Jampact are at a PSD fave, The Nasher.
Now for more WS love.
Second Thought Theatre closes its season with its musical adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors, Bomb-itty of Errors.
A bit more of a modern writer is holding a Saturday read in our fair city.
Author Daniel Silva in conversation with Maxwell L. Anderson at the Dallas Museum of Art‘s Horchow Auditorium.
All month though should be dedicated to one super hero (Sorry Spidey).
The Dallas Observer showcased how their ‘aint really NO REAL IMAX Theatres in DFW. Instead head on over to our favorite 35 MM screening film theatre! The Texas is going to show Bane breaking Batman’s back on the big boy screen!
But lets end on a bit more of a happier note, an American Classic.