Generic Ensemble Company & Vortex present What’s Going On? May 16-31.
Capital T presents punkplay, by Gregory Moss. May 29-June 21, Hyde Park Theatre.
Rude Mechs presents a Rude Fusion project, Church of the Passionate Cat,a world premiere production of a new play by Underbelly. May 8-18, The Off Center.
The Blanton Museum presentsPerception Unfolds: Looking at Deborah Hay’s Dance, avideo installation. Through May 18.
Austin Symphony presents Montero performs Mozart!, May 16, Dell Hall. Pianist Gabriela Montero and the orchestra bring the 2013-14 mainstage season to a close. May 25-August 24, Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park at the Long Center.
Austin Shakespeare presents Free Shakespeare in the Park: As You Like It. ThroughMay 25, The Sheffield Hillside Theater at Zilker Park.
The Vortex and Electronic Planet Ensemble presents Ran•dom Sen•so•ry Re•gen•er•a•tion. May 2-10.
Austin Playhouse presents Roaring by Cyndi Williams, through May 4, and The Foreigner, Larry Shue’s classic fish-out-of-water comedy. May 23- June 22.
Bayou City Concert Musicals presents Let’s Fall in Love: The Songs of Harold Arlen. May 5, 12, 18, Performance Centre at Ensemble Theatre.
Catastrophic Theatre presents Middletown,Will Eno’s treatise on the strange beauty of life. May 23-June 14.
Stark Naked Theatre presents A Winter’s Tale, a bare-bones Shakespeare production directed by Philip Lehl. May 8-16.
Alley Theatre presents Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Christopher Durang’s Tony Award-Winning play. May 28-June 15.
Houston Symphony presents Beethoven’s Triple Concerto, May 1, 3, 4; Christoph Eschenbach Conducts Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand May 9 & 10; The PaintJam Concert Experience World, May 22-24, Jones Hall.
Nameless Sound present Dos, Kira + Mike Watt, co-presented with Girls Rock Camp Houston. May 17, 14 Pews.
Apollo Chamber Players presents Of Gypsies and Rhapsodies, May 18, Duncan Recital Hall, Shepherd School of Music at Rice University.
Chamber Choir presents Love me Do! Long Songs of the ’60s, including the 1860s and the 1960s. May 16-18.
Aurora Picture Show presents Rekindling Venus by Lynette Wallworth, co-presented with The Houston Museum of Natural Science, May 15, Houston Museum of Natural Science Burke Baker Planetarium; Elemental by Piotr Szyhalski, May 16-17.
Society for the Performing Arts presents The Pedrito Martinez Group, May 3, Miller Outdoor Theatre; Alonzo King LINES Ballet, May 9, Wortham Center; and Christina and Michelle Naughton, May 16, Wortham Center.
Miller Outdoor Theatre presents Philippines: Pearl of the Orient featuring Leyte Dance Theater, May 2; Cinco de Mayo at Miller featuring Natalia Lafourcade, May 4;Houston Ballet, May 9-11; Vivaldi Dances with Core Performance group and Mercury, May 30-31.
Houston Grand Opera presents Carmen. Through May 10, Wortham Center; Die Fledermaus, May 16-17, Miller Outdoor Theatre.
Da Camera presents Late Style NOW: Adams, Andriessen, Reich. May 2, Wortham Center.
Fine Arts Chamber Players presents the 8th Annual Charles Barr Memorial Concert. May 10, Horchow Auditorium, Dallas Museum of Art.
Chamber Music International presents Concert 6, with music by Debussy, Brahms and Mozart. May 10, St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church, Richardson, TX.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra presents Beethoven Festival: Alessio Bax and Chee-Yun, May 3; Beethoven Festival: Beethoven and Schubert, May 6; Beethoven Festival: Kreutzer Sonata, May 10, Dallas City Performance Hall; Beethoven Festival: Beethoven 5, May 15-18, Meyerson Symphony Center.
Sammons Cabaret presents Jerry Loftis with Brad Williams and bassist Ross Schodek: Love, Longing & Passion—The Music of Mercer, Strayhorn & Jobim. May 15.
San Antonio Symphony presents Schubert’s “Great” Symphony, May 9-10; Beethoven Piano Concerto, May 16-17, Majestic Theatre;Link Up: The Orchestra Moves!, May 20-22,Trinity University’s Laurie Auditorium.
McNay Art Museum presents Robert Indiana: The Mother of Us All, a selection of Indiana’s cut paper scene design and costumes from Gertrude Stein and Virgil Thomson’s opera, through May 25; and Constructing the Stage: Artists from the Theatre Collection, through June 1.
Playhouse San Antonio presents Dead Man’s Cell Phone,Sarah Ruhl’s magical thriller. May 16-June 1, The Rose Theatre Company presents The Little Republican. May 2-10.