1925 Elm St.
Majestic Theatre — “Mystery Science Theater 3000” announces the MST3K Live 30th Anniversary Tour featuring, for the first time in 25 years, original host and MST3K creator Joel Hodgson back in the red jumpsuit as Joel Robinson. 10 p.m.
521 East Lawther Dr.
Bath House Cultural Center — “Blood Brothers” is a hilarious, provocative and heartbreaking musical that tells the unforgettable story of twins separated at birth who grow up on opposite sides of class and culture. Through Nov. 10. $25-$27.
5835 Penrose Ave.
Greenland Hills United Methodist Church — The Global Village Market is a two-day event offering homemade pie, food trucks, live music and dogs up for adoption. Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sun. 12 noon-3 p.m. FREE!
1500 Marilla St.
Dallas City Hall Plaza — Downtown Dallas will become the canvas for AURORA: the biennial public art exhibit focused on the art of light, video and sound. This is “a cornerstone event for the arts in North Texas.” 7 p.m.-2 a.m. FREE!
1000 Easton Road
Central Lutheran Church — Hymn Festival: Singing the Lord’s Song in a Strange Land: Psalms of Praise and Prayer. Sanctuary choir and flute choir.
1:30 p.m. FREE!
5100 Ross Ave.
St. Matthew’s Cathedral — Pianist Alessandro Mazzamuto was the winner of International Classical Music Awards’ 2013 Young Instrumental Artist of the Year. He’ll be playing the music of Schubert and Liszt. 3 p.m. FREE!
1800 Barnes Bridge Road
Casa Linda United Methodist Church — Dallas Casa Linda AARP Chapter #3880 will present Robert (Bob) Reitz, Dallas historian, speaking on the Casa View/Casa Linda area. The meeting starts at 10 a.m. Visitors are welcome. FREE!
2640 Elm St.
Twilite Lounge Dallas — Saxophonist Shelley Carrol brings his quartet to Twilite Lounge every Tuesday night. The band consists of Jamil Byrom on drums, George Anderson on bass and Peter Rioux on piano. 9 p.m. FREE!
3536 Grand Ave.
African American Museum of Dallas — “Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello: Paradox of Liberty” is the story of slavery at Monticello through 300-plus objects, works of art, documents and artifacts. On display through Dec. 31. $10.