Friday 03.25 & Saturday 03.26


All-male Herve Koubi makes Dallas debut

It was just last month that the all-male British dance company BalletBoyz made its Dallas debut, and now another testosterone-filled troupe from across the pond will share its unique take on dance with local audiences for the first time. Cie Herve Koubi showcases bold, masculine movement in a celebrated style that combines capoeira, martial arts and contemporary dance, with dancers culled from Algeria and West Africa in gravity-defying feats of strength.

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

Tuesday 03.29


See a ‘bad movie we love:’ ‘Xanadu’

It killed both the movie musical and disco for a generation, but Xanadu — a terrible movie that’s perversely enjoyable now as high camp — endures in gay culture. It screens as part of New Classics series at the Magnolia, sponsored by Dallas Voice.

Landmark’s Magnolia
3699 McKinney Ave. in the West Village
7:30 and 10 p.m.

Thursday 03.31—Sunday 04.02


TCC celebrates local heroes, explores legacy of Tyler Clementi

The third concert of the Turtle Creek Chorale’s “Four H” season gets underway Thursday with Heroes, and it may be the most ambitious concert yet. Part one celebrates local organizations whose work in community and the arts have been “heroic” (such as the Resource Center and the Bruce Wood Dance Project); part two is a regional premiere of a specially-commissioned work called “Tyler’s Suite,” created by many acclaimed composers, and exploring the legacy of Tyler Clementi, a gay man who committed suicide.

City Performance Hall
2520 Flora St.
7:30 p.m.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition March 25, 2016.