Here are nine events to check out in Richardson in March and April. This list is not comprehensive.

'Critic’s Choice'

This play tells the story of theater critic Parker Ballantine, whose ex-wife writes a play that is produced on Broadway. The play is terrible, and Parker must decide whether to review the play honestly.Seasonal success: Designing and creating your ideal yard

Attendees will discuss design elements and learn to create spaces that people enjoy both inside and outside of the home. Free seeds will be available while supplies last.Rainbow 'Starry Night'

Painting With a Twist will offer a chance to recreate Van Gogh’s classic painting with a rainbow flair. The studio is BYOB, and attendees can bring their own beverages and food.Books and music with the Richardson Symphony Orchestra

Attendees will join the Richardson Symphony Orchestra to discuss songs that changed their lives. There will also be a string quartet performance of pop songs.Movie Matinee: 'Sing' and 'Sing 2'

The Richardson Public Library is hosting a family-friendly movie matinee showing of “Sing” and “Sing 2.” Both films are rated PG.The Sinatra Experience with Dave Halston

Attendees will experience an evening of music and laughter in this tribute to Frank Sinatra.Comedy with Karen Morgan

Comedian Karen Morgan brings the Far Out Way Back Comedy Tour to the Eisemann Performing Arts Center. This is a family-friendly show suited for those who grew up in the '70s and '80s.The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain

This British musical ensemble features ukuleles of all sizes in a critically acclaimed show described as “not-too-silly and not-too-serious,” according to the Eisemann Center's website.Mindful Mile Color Walk

Teams or individuals are welcome to Huffhines Park for an educational and fun color walk to learn more about mental health and how local nonprofit The Counseling Place makes a difference.