Featured Event

March 4 | Watch a screening of cult classic “The Room”

Head down to Vector Brewing for a special screening of the hit cult classic “The Room” with Greg Sestero, who played the character Mark in the film. Sestero also wrote “The Disaster Artist,” a critically-acclaimed book about the making of “The Room” that inspired the award-nominated film. There will be a Q&A before the film, as well as a meet-and-greet opportunity for attendees. Due to the nature of the movie, this event is for residents age 18 and up. Tickets can be purchased online.Feb. 10-19 | Attend a teen theater show at Dallas Children's Theater

The Dallas Children’s Theatre is presenting the final production of the Cry Havoc Theater Company Feb. 10-19. In its eight–year history in Dallas, the teen theater company has been celebrated for putting young artists in the lead as creators and actors of bold art that disrupts expectations, according to event description. The play being performed is "Endlings," a play that tackles climate change, social justice, grief, the pandemic, art and more. The show is recommended for attendees age 12 and up.
  • Times vary per show.
  • $20.
  • Rosewood Center, 5938 Skillman, Dallas.
  • 214-978-0110. www.dct.org.
Feb. 17-19 | Attend a concert honoring John Williams

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra is holding three tribute concerts to the legendary film score composer John Williams. Led by conductor Damon Gupton, the DSO performs selections from Williams’ multi-Oscar winning catalog, including "Schindler’s List," "Harry Potter," "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," "Star Wars," "Jaws" and more. Tickets can be purchased online.
  • Times vary per show.
  • Tickets start at $20.
  • Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St., Dallas.
  • 214-849-4376. www.dallassymphony.org.http://www.dallassymphony.org
Feb. 18 | Craft special masks for Mardi Gras

The Audelia Road Branch Library is hosting a DIY craft event to allow residents to create a Mardi Gras mask. All supplies needed, including glitter, gems, ribbons and paint, will be provided while supplies last, according to the event’s description.Feb. 21, 28 & March 7, 14 | Try an open mic night

People are invited to take the stage to express themselves through music, comedy or poetry at this weekly open microphone night hosted at BuzzBrews Kitchen. The show is held on the Live Sound Stage in The Brewers Arms Pub, which is located inside the eatery.
  • 11 p.m.-3 a.m.
  • Free to attend.
  • BuzzBrews Kitchen, 5815 Live Oak St. Ste. 102, Dallas.
  • 214-370-5815. www.buzzbrews.com/events.
Feb. 22 Listen to a rock band at the Granada Theater

The Granada Theater will host a performance of Canadian rock band TWRP Feb. 22. Formerly known as Tupper Ware Remix Party, the band previously performed in Dallas in 2018. The event’s description said the band pairs well with OK GO and Gorillas.
  • Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m.
  • $30.
  • Granada Theater, 3524 Greenville Ave., Dallas.
  • 214-824-9933. www.granadatheater.com.
March 2 Play "Harry Potter" trivia

White Rock Ale house hosts its monthly "Harry Potter" trivia night with tough questions for people from every house.March 4 Celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday with the Dallas Public Libraries

The Audelia Road Branch Library is hosting a celebration event in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 4. The event is expected to include themed games, craft gifts and prizes, according to the event’s description. The event is recommended for ages 4-8.