909 First Ave.
Music Hall at Fair Park — The record-breaking musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is back on stage. “Cats” is about one magical night when an extraordinary tribe of cats gathers to decide which cat will be reborn. Through Nov. 17. $25-$165.
6101 Bishop Blvd.
Owen Arts Center at SMU — Meadows Opera Theatre’s “Opera Free for All: Here Comes the Bride” shows a different perspective of that walk down the aisle. Don’t expect anyone to live happily ever after — or sometimes to live at all! 1 p.m. FREE!
1919 Skillman St.
The Pour House — Show your support for Woodrow Wilson High School with a fun night out at the 5th Annual Woodrow Fest! Tickets include live music, two beers and unlimited pizza. Enjoy a silent auction and raffle prizes. 6-11 p.m.
521 East Lawther Dr.
Bath House Cultural Center — IMPRINT Theatreworks presents “Lizzie: The Lizzie Borden Rock Musical.” This show reimagines a bloody legend with four women fronting a rock band. On stage through Nov. 16. $25-$27.
2520 Flora St.
Moody Performance Hall — Join the Lone Star Wind Orchestra and Music Director Eugene Migliaro Corporon for Americana and patriotic music honoring our nation’s veterans. 2:30 p.m. $11:50-$21.50.
581 Campbell Rd.
Guitars & Growlers — Stop by Guitars & Growlers for an action-packed evening of food, beer and fun with Music Bingo. It’s fun to play, and there are prizes for the winners! 7-9 p.m. FREE!
3939 Grand Ave.
Hall of State at Fair Park — Bring a brown bag lunch and join the Dallas Historical Society and Carmen Goldthwaite as she discusses her book “Texas Dames: Sassy and Savvy Women Throughout Lone Star History.” Noon. FREE!
1515 Young St.
Dallas Public Library/Central Branch — Interested in learning how to read and play music? Join a beginner’s class on how to read music, understand chord and to play piano using student keyboards. 2-3 p.m. FREE!
1010 Emerald Isle
Autumn Leaves — Join Autumn Leaves and several community health partners for a Senior Health & Wellness Expo. See details in the advertisement in this
edition of White Rock Lake Weekly. 10 a.m. to noon. FREE!