‘Hands on a Hard Body’ opens at T3
Doug Wright is the man who wrote a solo play about a transgender East German, a musical about the Beales of Grey Gardens and even one about legless mermaids, so adapting a documentary about a contest to see who can touch a pickup truck the longest doesn’t seem so odd. The Dallas native will be back in town for the opening of the 2013 Texas-set musical Hands on a Hard Body with his collaborator Amanda Green on Monday, but you can catch the show sans Wright any time throughout its monthlong run.
2900 Routh St. in the Quadrangle.
Sept. 26–Oct. 26 (in previews through Sept. 28).
JBF Taste America offers one- of-a-kind chef-driven dinner
If you’re a foodie, chances are you already know The Inn at Little Washington by reputation if not experience as the most highly acclaimed small-town restaurant anywhere in the U.S. Its acclaimed chef, Patrick O’Connell, joins Dallas chefs Stephan Pyles, Omar Flores and more for a unique dinner benefiting the James Beard Foundation. Imagine so many great cooks toiling in the kitchen just for you.
Hilton Anatole Wedgewood Room
2201 N. Stemmons Freeway.
7 p.m. $350–$500.
Tegan & Sara open Prismatic Tour for Katy Perry
What do the three headliners at American Airlines Center this week have in common? All have kissed a girl .. and they liked it. Queer singing twins Tegan & Sara — who came into their own as pop artists this year — will open for gay-loving pop goddess Katy Perry, whose Prismatic Tour plays Thursday and Friday. That should make you roar.
American Airlines Center
2500 Victory Ave.
Thursday and Friday. 5:30 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. show.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition September 26, 2014.