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Best Bets • 02.17.12

Friday 02.17 Time to get funked up While the late Whitney Houston recharged one of Chaka Khan’s biggest hits, there’s no denying the funk queen’s own style. Khan comes to Dallas for a night of some legendary R&B with The...

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Best Bets • 01.13.12

Saturday 01.14 Know when to hold ‘em Poker tourney host Pocket Rockets celebrates one year with its Gala Event and Awards honoring the year’s top players. But don’t think this means no playing time. Right after the awards, they...

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Black & White in color

Former Dallasite Robert Bartley returns from NYC to helm Pegasus Theatre’s latest monochrome play ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com …………………….. FREQUENCY...

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Best Bets • 12.30.11

Saturday 12.31 Black and white all over Harry Hunsacker is back to crack the case for  New Year’s Eve in The Frequency of Death!  But it could be trouble for Hunsacker as the villainous Dr. Big has revenge in sight for the...

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Dick does Dallas

Van Dyke brothers Dick and Jerry let the ‘Sunshine’ in with Neil Simon comedy PUT ON A HAPPY FACE | Song and dance legend Dick Van Dyke teams up with his brother Jerry and Denise Lee for a production of ‘The Sunshine Boys,’...

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Tuna fresh

New sets, new costumes but same classic cast as ‘Tuna Christmas’ rings in the new year in North Texas. So what is life like there in a post-DADT world? ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  |  jones@dallasvoice.com FELIZ NAVIDAD, LUPE! | Vera...

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Latter gay saint

Steven Fales’ one-man show ‘Confessions of a Mormon Boy’ skewers his religious upbringing, but his real mission is to show gay youth that it really does get better THANK YOU JESUS Fales says there’s something sexy about Mormon...

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Rex in effect

Famous for his bitchy film criticism, Fort Worth-born Rex Reed  turns his eye (and his ear) to music with Ira Gershwin revue RICH LOPEZ  | Staff Writer lopez@dallasvoice.com GAGA FOR GERSHWIN | Film critic Rex Reed prefers his...

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Taylor made

A legendary choreographer, bisexual octogenarian Paul Taylor brings his muscular, gender-bending moves back to North Texas ARNOLD WAYNE JONES  | Life+Style Editor jones@dallasvoice.com PAUL TAYLOR DANCE CO. Eisemann Center for...

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Senior class

Gay director John De Los Santos keeps his elders in line in his annual ‘Senior Follies’ STEVEN LINDSEY  | Contributing Writer stevencraiglindsey@me.com SANTOS GOLD | If a hip goes out, choreographer John de los Santos is ready...

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