IMAGE ABOVE: Dallas Neo-Clasical Ballet presents Scheherazade with guests Danielle Georgiou Dance Group and Collin County Ballet, June 6, Courtyard Theatre in Plano, June 7, Bishop Arts Theatre Centre in Oak Cliff.


AUSTIN

 

Ballet Austin II in Wavemakers by Jennifer Hart.  Photo by Tony Spielberg.

Ballet Austin II in Wavemakers by Jennifer Hart. Photo by Tony Spielberg.

Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company presents There, the Magnificent The third installment of Hamrick’s “life” series. June 5-7, AustinVentures Studio Theater.

Performa/Dance presents Ignite: three works, a diverse evening of work by Jennifer Hart. June13-14, Ballet Austin.

Glass Half Full Theatre presents Once There Were Six Seasons. Through June 7, Salvage Vanguard Theatre.

Luck Chaos presents 30 Loves in 60 Minutes.Through June 7, Salvage Vanguard Theatre.

Penfold Theatre presents Romeo and Juliet, June 5-29.

Sky Candy Aerial Arts presents Cosmicomics by Italo Calvino. June 20-29, Long Center.

Wimberley Players presents The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. June 12-July 6.

Austin Shakespeare Youth Troupe presents The Tempest. June 19-29.

Vortex Theater presents Cuchulain by Lorella Loftis, June 6-21, and George Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion, June 27-July19.

Theatre en Bloc presents Bethany by Laura Marks. Through June 8, Rollings Theatre, Long Center.

Capital T presents punkplay, by Gregory Moss. Through June 21, Hyde Park Theatre.

Rude Mechs presents GRRL ACTION Workshop: June 16-27. Performances, June 28-29.

Austin Symphony presents Classical Mystery Tour Music of the Beatles, June 6-7, and Hartman Foundation Symphony in the Park, June 8, 15, 22, 29.

Austin Playhouse presents The Foreigner, Larry Shue’s classic fish-out-of-water comedy. Through June 22.

ZACH Theatre presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Christopher Durang’s Tony Award-winning play. Through June 22.


HOUSTON

 

Jaquel Andrews and Kelly Myernick in the Houston Ballet production of Stanton Welch's Swan Lake, June 5-15.  Photo by Amitava Sarkar.

Jaquel Andrews and Kelly Myernick in the Houston Ballet production of Stanton Welch’s Swan Lake, June 5-15. Photo by Amitava Sarkar.

Psophonia Dance Company presents Intrepid, featuring work by Sophia L. Torres , Estela Tejeda and Leslie Scates, June 6-7, City Dance Studio.

MET Dance presents Swing Jive and Pop! into Dance, June 4, and Sizzling Summer Dance, June 6, Miller Outdoor Theatre.

MFAH presents Jazz on Film. June 7-22.

Catastrophic Theatre presents Middletown. ThroughJune 14.

Alley Theatre presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. ThroughJune 15.

Houston Symphony presents Ben Folds, June 14, Jones Hall, and Free Summer Neighborhood Concerts, June 3-24.

Texas Music Festival presents Festival Orchestra Series. June 7, 14, 21, 28, Moores Opera House.

Houston Chamber Choir presents Here and now, withmusic by Jocelyn Hagen, David Ashley White, Christopher Theofanidis, and Dominick DiOrio. June 7, The Church of St. John the Divine.

Aurora Picture Show presents Extremely Short Film Festival, June 6-7,  Negativland, June 18, and Idea Fund Summer Screening, June 28.

Miller Outdoor Theatre presents The Magician’s Nephew, June 5-7, the 25th Annual Accordion Kings, June 7, Jacques Offenbach’s Orpheus in the Underworld, June 8, Big, The Musical, June 11-14, Houston’s Juneteenth Celebration featuring Allen Toussaint, June 19,  ExxonMobil Summer Symphony Nights, June 20, 21, 27, 28, Sounds Like Fun, June,  June 24, and Houston Young Artists Concert, June 23.

Stages Repertory Theatre presents Xandau.Through June 29.

A. D. Players presents Over the River and Through the Woods.Through June 29.

 

Houston Symphony at the Miller Outdoor Theater.

Houston Symphony at the Miller Outdoor Theater.

TUTS Underground presents Hands on a Hard Body.June 12-22, Hobby Center.

TUTS presents The Little Mermaid. June 13-29, Hobby Center.

Ensemble Theatre presents I wish you Love. June 26-July 27.

Bootown presents Platahontas. June 6-7, Beta Theater 10-11, Rudyards, 20-21, Cactus Music.

Houston Ballet presents Swan Lake. June 5-15,Wortham Center.

The Grand 1894 Opera House presents The Blind Boys of Alabama. June 28.

Lone Star Lyric presents Summer Cafe, June 13 & 15, American Shorts, June 14, 20, 21, LSL Follies, June 22,Ovations Night Club.


NORTH TEXAS

 

Photo by Christopher Duggan.

TITAS presents Shen Wei Dance Arts. Photo by Christopher Duggan.

TITAS presents Shen Wei Dance Arts. June 19,Winspear Opera House.

Dallas Neo-Clasical Ballet presents Scheherazade with guests Danielle Georgiou Dance Group and Collin County Ballet, June 6, Courtyard Theatre in Plano, June 7, Bishop Arts Theatre Centre in Oak Cliff.

Bruce Wood Dance Project Presents Touch. June 12-13, Dallas City Performance Hall.

Dallas Shakespeare Festival presents Tartuffe. June 11-July 18, Samuell Grand Amphitheatre.

The Dallas Fashion & Art show presents Man as Machine, a multi-media performance in conjunction with Contemporary Ballet Dallas, Bruce Wood Dancers, and a performance piece by Danielle Georgiou. June 19, 333 1st Ave.

Dallas Children’s Theater presents Stuart Little By E. B. White, adapted by Joseph Robinette. June 13-July 13.

Contemporary Theatre of Dallas presents Noises Off.June 6-29.

Cara Mia Theatre presents The Magic Rainforest: An Amazon Journey. Through June 8.

Dallas Theater Center presents Les Miserables.June 27-Aug 10.

AT&T Performing Arts presents Andre Watts, June 2, Winspear Opera House, and Bobby Womack, June 12, Strauss Square.

Dallas Museum of Art presents A Bright Evening: A Showcase with the Spiderweb Salon. June 5.

Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Hollywood Hits, June 6-8,  and A Midsummer Night’s Dream, June 14.

Second Thought Theatre presents Booth.ThroughJune 14.

Theatre Three presents Sheer Madness,through July 20, and By the Way Meet Vera Stark, June 29-July 23.

Kitchen Dog Theatre presents the New Works Festival. ThroughJune 21.

Amphibian Productions presents a staged reading of Lebensraum by Israel Horovitz. June 8-9.

Kimbell Art Museum presents Aurora Bleu. June 14.

Stage West presents The Unmentionables byBruce Norris. Through June 15.

 

Quinn VanAntwerp, Nicolas Dromard, Hayden Milanes and Adam Zelasko in Jersey Boys, presented by Fort Worth Performing Arts, June 3-15.  Photo by Jeremy Daniel.

Quinn VanAntwerp, Nicolas Dromard, Hayden Milanes and Adam Zelasko in Jersey Boys, presented by Fort Worth Performing Arts, June 3-15. Photo by Jeremy Daniel.

Uptown Players presents Soho Cinders, the London hit musical comedy.  June 13-June 22.

Jubilee Theatre presents Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. Through June 8.

Stage West presents The Unmentionables by Bruce Norris. Through June 15.

Fort Worth Performing Arts presents Jersey Boys,June 3-15, Trout Fishing in America, June 13, and Kris Kristofferson, June 21.

Stolen Shakespeare Festival presents The Last Five Years, Through June 7, Fort Worth Community Arts Center.

Casa Mañana presents Always…Patsy Cline. Through June 8.

Fort Worth Symphony presents The Texas Tenors, June 6; Broadway, June 7; Classical Cowtown, June 8; Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue, June 13; Faithfully: the Music of Journey, June 14; UNT The One Clock Lab Band, June 15; Star Wars and Beyond, June 20; Green River Ordinance, June 21, Bass Hall.

Circle Theatre presents Hope and Gravityby Michael Hollinger. June 19 – July 19.

Turtle Creek Choral presents Divas Gone… But Not Forgotten. June 20-22, Dallas City Performance Hall.

WaterTower Theatre presents Good People, David Lindsay-Abaire’s New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award winning play. Through June 29, Addison Theatre Centre.


SAN ANTONIO

 

Arts SA presents Jose James on June 21.  Photo by Janette Beckman.

Arts SA presents Jose James on June 21. Photo by Janette Beckman.

San Antonio Symphony presents Mahler 5,  June 6-7, 75th Anniversary Concert with Joshua Bell, June 14, Majestic Theatre.

Overtime Theater presents Clonster by Andrew Thornton and Beth Lorio, June 5-15, Glen or Glenda, June 13-July 12, and Breather, June 27-July 6.

Cameo Theatre presents Breaking Up Is Hard to Do featuring the songs of Neil Sedaka. June 6-29.

The Rose Theatre Company presents Gilligan’s Island: 1964.June 13-28.

The Carver Center presents Youth Matinee: Stepping with Step Afrika! on June 6, and Step Afrika!, June 7, Jo Long Theatre.

ARTS San Antonio presents Jose James. June 21, Charline McCombs Empire Theatre.

The Vexler presents The Fantastics. Through June 8.

Magik Theatre presents Pinocchio, through June 7, The Bootmaker and the Elves, June 20-August 2.

Email submissions + hi res images by June 10 to nancy@artsandculturetx.com.