Relive your prom at Gaybingo!
Remember prom? Bad tux? Date who you thought made you look straight (it fooled no one)? Hair bands? Bad themes (Under the Sea! A Night to Remember!)? Yeah, it was awful when you look back on it. But face it: You had a good time. And even if you didn’t, this is your chance to make up for it, with Gaybingo reliving the 1980s (hey, some of us actually went to prom in the 1980s!) for its monthly games-and-fundraiser. Don’t forget your corsage!
The Rose Room inside S4
2911 Cedar Springs Road
5 p.m. doors, 6 p.m. games
Command Performance Gala celebrates dance
TITAS is known for bringing the best of the current dance world — from ballet to loads of contemporary and modern — to the stages of Dallas from the four corners of the earth, so its annual Command Performance Gala is sort of the best of the best, with dancers representing companies such as San Francisco Ballet, MOMIX, Bruce Wood Dance Project, as well as solo artists like Lil Buck, pictured. It’s a grand experience every year — don’t miss it.
Winspear Opera House
2403 Flora St.
Sue Ellen’s hosts 9th annual Women’s Music Festival
Girls — they run the world. Or so Beyonce claims. Well, maybe they do, especially when those girls include Anton Shaw, Heather Knox, Hunter Valentine, the ladies in Barefoot Hippies, Yoza and Deborah Vial, pictured, who will headline this 9th annual, daylong concert series. It’d be worth coming out for any one of these entertainers, but this line-up will keep you rockin’ for seven hours.
3014 Throckmorton St.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition May 15, 2015.