Friday 06.29

Work that coat
The Dallas Theater Center is gonna bring some religion to the stage. But, you know, the fun kind. DTC opens the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat retelling the Old Testament story of Joseph and that fabulous coat of his. You won’t see it until you see the show. Through songs and a children’s chorus, Joseph goes from slave to ruler in the classic tale. But in this version, DTC incorporates music from rock to country and western in the mix. They even add in a Charleston from the 1920s. But you know when ol’ Joseph finally gets that coat on, he is gonna work it! Snap!

Wyly Theatre
2400 Flora St.
Through Aug. 12.


Sunday 07.01

L word up
Juicy is offering a whole lot more than a ladies’ night out. The party promoters bring Whitney Mixter from Showtime’s The Real L Word to stir the Dallas pot and she doesn’t come alone. Joining Mixter are her music pal DJ Asha and DJ Lezlee to help the night along. Could there be any more hotness in one room? Well, of course. Once the Dallas women show up, Winstons is going to be the hottest spot in town.

Winstons Supperclub
3111 Welborn Ave.
7:30 p.m. $10­–$50.
RSVP encouraged.


Tuesday 07.037184693697_be4243c90b_k

Even brighter than the moon
You do realize that Addison’s KaBoom Town is the fireworks extravaganza to see? Ranked as the third show in the U.S. by AOL, the annual July 4 show puts on a stellar display not to mention the live music, the air show and an after party. That’s how to do it.

Addison Circle Park
4970 Addison Circle Drive.
5 p.m.–midnight. Free.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition June 29, 2012.