The half dozen

  1. Dallas Theatre Center presents Mary Shelley’s 200-year-old horror story Frankenstein. This new adaptation comes to Dallas after a sold-out run at London’s National Theatre. Runs through March 4 at the Kalita Humphreys Theatre. Contact box office for student rush tickets.
  2. Travel back in time on Feb. 24 to the era of bootleggers and banned beverages. The DMA Speakeasy is an extravagant, password-only party featuring the Singapore Slingers, a costume contest, dance lessons, Prohibition themed cocktails and more. Tickets include appetizers and two drinks, $85.  
  3. Feb. 23 get student discount tickets to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Jaap van Zweden conducts soprano Dorothea Röschmann and mezzo-soprano Michelle DeYoung as they perform Gustav Mahler’s reimagination of Beethoven’s Ninth. Student tickets $10.
  4. The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra presents Stravinsky’s Suite from The Firebird from Feb. 23-25. They will also perform Rachmaninoff’s Isle of the Dead, and 24-year-old violinist William Hagen will perform Brahms violin concerto. Student rush tickets $10.
  5. Feb 28th is Weekly Wednesday Trivia brought to you by Geeks Who Drink at Fox and Hound.  Free to play with prizes each round, including gift cards from Fox. $3 local drafts all night, and happy hour specials from 4-7 p.m. and 10-close; $5 select drinks and apps.
  6. Spring is coming, and the Dallas Arboretum presents “A World of Flowers,” showcasing hundreds of spring bulbs from different regions of the world each week. Daytime adult admission is $15 and Wednesdays through April 4 admission is buy one get one free.


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