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