The half dozen

  1. Undermain Theatre in Deep Ellum presents Three Sisters. Discover the humor and heartbreak of one of the world’s greatest plays by Anton Chekhov, revealed through the lyricism of one of the leading voices in contemporary theatre: two-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl. Feb. 7 – March 11. Tickets begin at $15.
  1. On Feb. 8, see the iconic film Casablanca at the historic Majestic Theatre, a special screening of this classic Hollywood romance starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman. Tickets $10.
  1. It’s time for Second Thursdays with a Twist at the DMA. On Feb. 8 “Heartbreak Hotel” at the DMA takes a pop culture twist celebrating Elvis himself. Play “Marry, Date, Kill” with paintings and sculptures from the DMA’s collection, go on a conspiracy theory tour, paint on velvet fabric, and more. Tickets $5.
  1. We’re Gonna Die by Young Jean Lee is presented at the Wyly Theatre Feb. 8-10. Equal parts stage musical and rock concert, We’re Gonna Die is a cabaret-style musical written by experimental NYC playwright Young Jean Lee that celebrates the unifying nature of human mortality. Tickets starting at $25.
  1. The Deep Ellum Mimosa Walk: Valentine’s Day Edition is on Feb. 10. Receive a souvenir glass, map and wristband and take the self-guided tour,  while sampling mimosas all over the neighborhood. Presale $15, $25 day of event, limited availability.
  1. Spend your Valentine’s Evening in the Garden at the Arboretum with your sweetheart for a fun date night package. Watch a screening of “Beauty and the Beast” (2017) at 6:30 p.m. or just stroll through the garden. Admission $5, parking free after 5 p.m.



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