Friday 08.11 — Saturday 08.26

Morgana Shaw is back once more as Bette Davis

When Morgana Shaw performed the solo show All About Bette earlier this summer at the Margo Jones Theatre, it was hailed as an acting triumph. Now she’s back with two limited runs — for two days in Fort Worth, and for a week in Addison. Don’t miss the chance to see one of Dallas’ best actresses play one of Hollywood’s best actresses. But fasten your seatbelts — it’s gonna be a bumpy night.

DEETS: Stage West,
281 W. Vickery Blvd., Fort Worth,
Aug. 1–12; Addison Theatre Centre,
15650 Addison Road, Aug. 18–26.

Wednesday 08.16 — Sunday 08.20


Women Texas Film Fest returns, with prominent queer content

For the second year, the Women Texas Film Festival — WTxFF — brings a slate of films of interest to women to Dallas screens, including some prominent gay content. The opening night film, And Then There Was Eve, involves a lesbian relationship, while the feature Ekaj, about two gay hustlers (one HIV-positive), has been heralded as a cross between Kids and Midnight Cowboy. It total eight features and three dozen shorts will screen.

DEETS: Studio Movie Grill,
10110 Technology Blvd.
And Then There Was Eve screens Wednesday at 7 p.m.;
Ekaj screens Thursday at 7 p.m. Individual tickets $10.
For passes and a complete schedule, visit

Sunday 08.12


Hard Rock relives the ’60s … in a frock

Dish (and later Cedar Grove) at the ilume was one of the first restaurants in Dallas to offer a drag brunch, and now that it’s closed, other locales have picked up the slack. Among them: the Hard Rock Café in Victory Park, which offers a monthly show with a unique theme. This month: ’60s Showcase! So show up in your best Gidget gear … or just let the queens do all the work.

DEETS: Hard Rock Café,
2211 N. Houston St.
12:30 p.m. show.
$5 cover.

This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 11, 2017.