Purple Party sweeps away the chill with DJ Eddie Martinez headlining at Spin
Eddie Martinez is known to his resident New York fans as a mesmerizing DJ, whose eclectic style and pulsating remixes of Gaga, Bey and Kylie have made him one of the hottest spin doctors on the circuit. He’ll bring his masterful mixes to the floor of Station 4 this Friday, paired with local DJ Paul McElroy, for a pounding set at Spin, the Purple Party’s fall fundraiser. It’s an excellent way to get yourself moving and shake off the chill of winter.
3911 Cedar Springs Road.
9 p.m.–4 a.m.
Danielle Georgiou Dance Group gets ‘Nice’
Danielle Georgiou founded her dance troupe three years ago to bring a feminist perspective to dance, filtered through the lens of metatheater and German Expressionism. She explores what it means to be “nice” — for good and bad — in her new work, presented in the Wyly’s Studio Space as part of the new Elevator Project Series of edge performances.
2400 Flora St.
Through Nov. 23.
Learn about ‘Elf’ respect at Bass Hall with this new musical
Buddy isn’t the brightest penny in Santa’s workshop. He hasn’t seemed to notice that he’s way taller than all the other elves, and just plain bad at making toys. So when he learns that he was adopted, he sets off on a quest to re enter the world of mortals. The Will Ferrell movie comedy Elf gets the B’way treatment in this musical adaptation, which launches the North Texas holiday-themed theater season. Presented by Performing Arts Fort Worth.
Bass Performance Hall
252 Commerce St., Fort Worth.
This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition November 14, 2014.