Singer Anne Steele performs retro show at the Rose Room
The Rose Room is used to seeing big hair and big dreams, but that usually is accompanied by a drag queen. But what about a Midwestern girl growing up in the 1980s? That’s part of the one-woman show that out singer Anne Steele brings to Dallas. A night of nostalgia and song, Steele — the partner of former Dallasite Kelli Carpenter — moves through Madonna, Wham!, Sheena Easton, Janet Jackson and more in this all-new musical revue.
The Rose Room inside Station 4,
3911 Cedar Springs Road.
7 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. curtain. $10–$30.
Friday 10.07 — Saturday 10.29
Get frightfully entertained at Screams
October is a bewitching month, and Screams Park — what the Scarborough Faire Ren Fest grounds transform into each fall — is a great place to get your chils on. Haunted houses, roaming ghouls and more will chill and excite you. What are ya, a scaredy cat?
Screams Park, 2511 FM 66, Waxahachie.
Fridays and Saturdays only, 7:30 p.m.–1:30 a.m.
Monday 10.10 —Saturday 10.29
Local actor Terry Vandivort unveils world premiere play
Dallas theater audiences will recognized Terry Vandivort from his many stage performances, often as a sardonic observer and cynical presence. But his real-life experiences as a gay man living in Dallas in the 1970s — especially one harrowing night in 1979 — will reveal an entirely new side to him. Vandivort wrote and performs in The Incident, his solo show, presented by The Drama Club about a mystery that has haunted him for more than 35 years.
Bryant Hall at the Kalita Humphreys Theater
3636 Turtle Creek Blvd.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition October 7, 2016.