Based on Wading Home a Novel by Rosalyn Story
Thursday, 2 @ 7pm
Dallas City Performance Hall
Downtown Dallas Arts District
2520 Flora Street, Dallas, 75201
Donation - Pay What You Can
This is a dramatic story of one family's struggle to overcome obstacles in the wake of hurricane Katrina. Performed by some of Dallas/Fort Worth's best performing artists, this concert version presentation promises to be a premiere evening of first class opera.
Thursday, 9 @ 7:30pm
Clarence Muse Café Theatre | $10
It’s a night where poets assemble
and the audience gathers around the
stage to ‘Amen’ the word from a new
generation of lyrical voices in
a night of open mic.
Coordinated by Brenda Randall.
Friday, 10 & Saturday, 11 @ 9pm
Clarence Muse Café Theatre | $15
This Detroit native is burning up stages tickling folks’ funny bone. Using versatility and wit, BIG SEAN wastes no time entertaining audiences with his main steam flavor! If for no other reason than to see this hilarious comedian, you got to experience his impersonations!
Friday, 17 @ 10am
Student Morning Performance | $5
Saturday, 18 @ 8pm
Naomi Bruton Main Stage | $10
Music is in the air yet again when more than 300 budding singers from Dallas Independent School District’s W.H. Atwell Law Academy, Fred F. Florence, John B. Hood, Barack Obama Male Leadership Academy, Irma L. Rangel Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Sarah Zumwalt, T.W. Browne, Seagoville middle schools and Umphrey Lee Elementary School combine their voices as one rose performing classical, pop, Broadway, spirituals and gospel in this spring concert. Special Lobby music by Rangel Hand Bell Choir. Coordinated by Stevon Harris.
Featuring Zmill & Se7en
Friday, 17 & Saturday, 18 @ 9pm
Clarence Muse Café Theatre | $10
Dallas audiences just can’t get enough of two of Texas’ spoken word poets, ZEMILL and SEVEN. They’re going to jazz it up again for a third consecutive season!
Featuring the work of Donna M. Carbone
Sunday, 19 @ 15 pm
Clarence Muse Café Theatre
$ pay what you can
He calls himself Robert L. He tasted the prejudice of a Southern upbringing. He was conceived without love to a 16 year old girl, given away to foster parents, picked his first bag of cotton at age 2 and joined the Army and sent to Vietnam at age 18. He became hard, lost faith and saw death and wanted to die. When Robert came home, he became a father, law enforcement officer, union president and a janitor. He gave his heart to a woman, his soul to his child, dedication to his country and loyalty to his employers. They gave little in return. Robert suffers with PTSD and thankful, he’s still alive to tell writer DONNA M. CARBONE his chilling story about the many veterans in need of help. Stage Reading coordinated by actor/director
Tuesday, 21 @ 10am
Naomi Bruton Main Stage
$13.50 and $8.95 for 5 and more
Follow the yellow brick road on a fantastic musical journey filled with imagination, adventure and fun. This delightful production gives new life to a classic masterpiece. For additional special rates/discounts, call 800.523.4540. Presented by American Theatre for Youth in partnership with TBAAL. TBAAL Membership discount not applicable for this show.
Saturday, 25 @ 6 pm
2100 North Stemmons Freeway
Dallas, Texas 75207
It’s a night of elegance, honor, dining, dancing and some of the best performance entertainment from TBAAL youth who are destined to become some of America’s biggest stars! If you missed the past two years of this first-class event, then you’ll not want to miss Ties and Tux III. This is a benefit fundraiser to support TBAAL’s Youth Arts-and-Education program. Hosted by TBAAL Board of Directors.
Supported in part by CBS-11/TXA-21.
Available at Select Wal-Mart Stores Nationwide, TBAAL's Eva Jessye Gift Shop
and Online at iTunes and Amazon.com.
For More Information Call 214.743.2440