Friday 03.27—Saturday 03.28


Diavolo shows architecture in motion with Fluid Infinities

In broad strokes, Diavolo is a dance troupe, but when you see the group perform — with the use of technology and sets that turn movement into something architectural — it seems like something more, something otherworldly. The popular company, which TITAS brings back this weekend, completes its “l’espace du temps” trilogy of for two shows on Friday and Saturday.

City Performance Hall
2520 Flora St.
March 27–28. 8 p.m.

Saturday 03.28


An evening with B’way legend and local girl Betty Buckley

Fort Worth native Betty Buckley has done it all, from Broadway to TV to film and records. Her latest album, Ghostlight, is a tribute to her favorite showtunes. More than that, though, she’ll also perform songs by the likes of Mary Chapin Carpenter (who will also be performing in Fort Worth this weekend, see Page 14) in the terrifically intimate cabaret space of Bass Hall’s McDavid Studio for two shows on Saturday.

McDavid Studio
301 E. Fifth St.
Fort Worth. 5:30 p.m. and 8 p.m. $60.50.

Tuesday 03.31


Drink up at DFW Rescue Me’s 4th Kibble & Cocktails pet fundraiser

No one loves their pets like the gay community. And we like to eat and drink, too. So to combine all of those elements in a single event is a great opportunity. Barking Hound Village hosts its 4th Kibble & Cocktails, benefiting DFW Rescue Me’s Voices of Justice Program, which educates young people about the safe and humane treatment of animals and to combat abuse. Food is provided not just by Trinity Groves’ resident restaurants (including Kitchen LTO and Luck), but also Rodeo Goat, Souk, Gemma and more, plus drinks from Stoli and others. Leave your dogs at home, though!

Trinity Groves
3015 Gulden Lane.
7–10 p.m. $100.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition March 27, 2015.