521 East Lawther Dr.
Bath House Cultural Center — All aboard for Pegasus Theatre’s newest
production, “Death Express!” Murder and mayhem abound in this delightful tribute to old black-and-white movies. On stage through March 23. $20.
2600 Live Oak St.
Latino Cultural Center — Teatro Dallas’ “Fur” is the story of Citrona, a hirsute young woman who is purchased at a sideshow to become the bride of a young man. This love story reimagines a beauty and a beast. Through March 30. $10-$25.
2351 Performance Dr.
Eisemann Center — STOMP, the international percussion sensation, uses
everything but conventional percussion instruments to fill the stage with
magnificent rhythms. Two shows at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. $42-$62.
1818 1st Ave.
Fair Park — At the On the Color Run Love Tour 5K, good vibes are the only kind of vibes allowed. Join us as we celebrate what we love about ourselves, each other and the planet we all share. 8 a.m.-12 p.m. $29-$34.99.
801 W. Avenue B
First United Methodist Church Garland — New York City-based soprano duo ACTE II, featured on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” performs a variety show of opera favorites, jazz standards, pop songs and spirituals. 4 p.m. FREE!
411 Elm St.
Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza — Join Dr. Samir Husni for an animated conversation and a fascinating journey through the history of American magazines and their power to shape public perceptions of our nation’s leaders. 7-8 p.m. $15.
1717 North Harwood St.
Dallas Museum of Art — At this Arts & Letters Live event, author Maria Semple will discuss her breakout novel, “Where’d You Go, Bernadette,” shedding light on the upcoming film adaptation, as well as on her own television writing career. 7:30 p.m.
3939 Grand Ave.
Hall of State at Fair Park — Spend the evening with Nancy Lieberman, known as “Lady Magic,” as she speaks on her success and leadership as a female athlete and coach. 6:30-8 p.m. $5.
6101 Bishop Blvd.
Owens Arts Center at SMU— Bring your lunch and relax in the Taubman Atrium for a lively midday concert by the Meadows Jazz Orchestra. The MJO explores the range of large ensemble jazz . 12:45 p.m. FREE!