Welcome Dark Rooms Back Home, Become a Detective at a Crime Drama Screening or Watch a Giant Ape Wild Out.
Whether you spent your labor day weekend drinking cheap beer, having to still go to work, or even having your eyes plastered to your TV, we hope you had a safe one.
If you’re still binge-watching Black Mirror and becoming paranoid about America’s technological advancement, here’s a list of things to do to bring you back into reality.
Dark Rooms at Dada
Noted Hollywood film scorer Daniel Hart brings his sexy ex-Dallas band back to town. New Fumes hits the stage first.
Revenge in Kind at Texas Theatre
Question your morals with Detective Chris Coxon, and see what it’s like to partner up with a psychologist in this crime-drama film.
Upper Reality (EP Release) at Ruins
Watch Upper Reality present a live production of her latest album, Holy Mountain Wata, along with her favorite local Dallas acts. It’s $5 at the door, but free if you RSVP above.
King Kong at Angelika Film Center (Plano)
A classic screening of a film made by a crew that probaly should’ve been arrested for animal cruelty. Enjoy this black and white motion picture at your favorite bougie theater.
Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. at Second Thought Theatre
A revolutionary play written by Alice Birch, showing us a “world of contradictions,” and what it means to be a woman in the 21st century.
Dallas Cultural Plan: Feedback and Activation Workshop 4 at Moody Performance Hall
Join Dallas residents as they get together to discuss the development of the Dallas Cultural Plan.
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