‘Dream’ cast for ‘Freud’s Last Session’
No, that’s not Sigmund you’re looking at, it’s Theatre 3 founder/artistic director Jac Alder in a rare acting role playing the father of psychotherapy in Freud’s Last Session, where he confronts his own mortality (and his atheism) in a session with Christian novelist C.S. Lewis (Cameron Cobb). The show is in previews this weekend prior to its Monday opening.
2900 Routh St. in the Quadrangle.
Through Oct. 20.
Resource Center counts to 5 again
The 5 Factor has quickly become one of the more entertaining annual benefits, with five local luminaries in various disciplines — including one of this year’s honorees, Marquee chef Tre Wilcox, pictured — singled out for making a difference. You can meet Wilcox (and find out the other four celebs) at this fundraiser for Resource Center Dallas, which is always a red carpet blast.
eM the Venue by Marc
1500 Dragon St.
Tickets $50; sponsorships available.
Trans sexpert Angel dishes at Dish
Buck Angel is one of the world’s most famous female-to-male transgender men, owing largely to his post-op experience as a triple-X porn actor. But Angel is also a motivational speaker and trans activist, and will share his thoughts and insights at a meet-and-greet on the patio at Dish, followed by a dinner by chef Gareth Dickey.
Dish at the ilume
4123 Cedar Springs Road.
Meet-and-greet from 6:30 p.m., dinner at 8 p.m. $15–$69.