DIVA holds new member clinics
If you wanna get your butt moving after all the holiday indulgences and the gym isn’t calling your name, consider signing up to play in the Dallas Independent Volleyball Association. The group is holding a series of six new member clininc, beginning Saturday but also Monday and Wednesday of this week. It doesn’t matter your skill level — there’s always room for one more DIVA.
Polk Rec Center, 6801 Roper St. Jan. 12,
noon–2 p.m., Jan. 14 and 16, 7–9 p.m.
Dumae marks 30 years of fundraising
What were you doing in 1983? Well, Don Jenkins was creating an alter ego that would live on 30 years.
Drag diva Donna Dumae has been a staple on the North Texas charitable scene for 30 years this month, and she’s celebrating by returning to her hometown and where her first Imperial Family was located in Fort Worth, raising money for AIDS Outreach Center Food Pantry.
608 W. Jennings St., Fort Worth.
Cocktails at 5 p.m., curtain at 6 p.m.
Sondheim gets ‘Put Together’ at WaterTower
Now that the holidays have ended, many theater companies are back on the boards, starting this week. Probably the gayest of them will be at WaterTower Theatre, where Bob Hess, Diana Sheehan and others theater all-stars join together in this production of Putting It Together, a musical tribute to the songs of Broadway legend and gay icon Stephen Sondheim. It’s in previews all weekend, but Monday is opening night … and there’s nothing like an opening night!
Addison Theatre Centre, 15650 Addison Road.
Jan. 11–Feb. 3.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition January 11, 2013.
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