Friday 06.19—Saturday 06.20


Bruce Wood Dance Project celebrates Five Years

Although its founder passed away last summer, the Bruce Wood Dance Project lives on, with this celebratory concert marking its five-year anniversary. Among the program are two classic works by Wood and a world premiere by his talented protege Albert Drake called Whispers.

City Performance Hall,
2520 Flora St.
8 p.m.

Friday 06.19  & Saturday 06.20


Brick marks Juneteenth weekend with 2 parties

It took a while for African-Americans in Texas to get word that they were freed by Abraham Lincoln — more than two years after the Emancipation Proclamation, in fact, and months after the Civil War officially ended. The Brick will mark the holiday for the gay community this weekend with two events: On Friday, The Black Carpet Affair features Drag Racer Kennedy Davenport, left; on Saturday, a foam party with “surprise guests.” Heck, in foam, everything’s a surprise!

The Brick,
2525 Wycliffe Ave.

Saturday 06.20


Jason Dottley tells tales with ‘My Life on the gAy List’

From his high-profile marriage to Del Shores to his even more high-profile divorce and lots of adventures in between, Jason Dottley’s life has been on public display for more than a decade. He dishes about all of it in his confessional one-man show My Life on the gAy List, which comes to North Texas for a one-night-only performance this weekend.

Haven Hotel Ballroom,
711 E. Camp Wisdom Road,
8 p.m.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition June 19, 2015.