Jane Lynch performs a gleeful concert at HOB
As hard-edged coach Sue Sylvester on Glee, Jane Lynch disparaged those who chose musical theater over sports. But as a real-life singer, Lynch loves to hum a tune or two, which she does at See Jane Sing, her concert tour that arrives this weekend at the House of Blues.
House of Blues
2200 N. Lamar St.
Tuesday 06.14 — Sunday 06.26
Hits of both kinds in the gangster musical ‘Bullets Over Broadway’
Woody Allen’s 1994 film Bullets Over Broadway is a quintessential backstage comedy — a smartypants playwright who gets involved with a high-maintenance star and a theater-obsessed mobster in the 1930s. Two decades later, Allen turned it into a jukebox musical, featuring classic songs from the era. It arrives this week at Fair Park Music Hall for a two-week run, courtesy of Dallas Summer Musicals.
Music Hall at Fair Park
901 First Ave.
Friday 06.17 — Saturday 06.18
Bruce Wood Dance returns with Six
It’s difficult to believe that choreographer Bruce Wood died two years ago… and equally amazing that his company, Bruce Wood Dance Project, has not just survived but flourished in that time. More evidence of its abiding success is Six, the company’s sixth season opener, which returns for two performances only. It features a Dallas premiere of one of Wood’s own masterworks, two other pieces also make their world premieres. Don’t miss it.
City Performance Hall
2520 Flora St.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition June 10, 2016.