Dual DJs get this party started quick
When the “best DJ in Dallas,” as named by D Magazine, Jennifer Miller and DJ Paul Paredes (who isn’t so bad himself) get together, expect to rave. They team up to spin for Heat of the Night which benefits the Legal Hospice of Texas and will promptly melt your face off with their turntable talents. Just don’t be that guy and request the “Macarena.”
DEETS: Studios 1019, 2278 Monitor St. 8 p.m. $40. LegalHospice.org.
Screw memoirs, geishas want to win
First of all, we have to say that Turtle Creek Chorale artistic director Jonathan Palant did not pose specifically for Geisha GayBingo this weekend. Little did we know though that his photo shoot with us as a geisha for a TCC show would also be ideal for the Resource Center’s upcoming theme. Bingo, for sure!
DEETS: The Rose Room, inside Station 4, 3911 Cedar Springs Road. 5 p.m. $25. RCDallas.org.
This ‘Moon’ shines over West Texas
The old Blue Moon Dance Hall is home to some particulary Texan characters and a slew of memories in this premiere of The Blue Moon Dancing by playwright Ed Graczyk. Blue Moon regulars long for different times in the sleepy town of McCarthy.
DEETS: CTD, 5601 Sears St. Through Sep. 12. 2 p.m. ContemporaryTheatreofDallas.com.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 20, 2010.
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