Fall is around the corner and Dallas-Fort Worth is wondering where they can check out some great theater shows. The weather cools down and people are ready to enjoy some indoor activities again, during the fall. Head down to the Wyly Theatre, WaterTower Theatre, Theatre Three,and Undermain Theatre for plenty of great shows including the following choices.
“Tomorrow Come Today”
3200 Main Street, Dallas
From September 20th to October 11th, you can check out the Katherine Owens directed “Tomorrow Come Today.” This show is a science fiction drama about futuristic technological advances that allow the elite to cheat death by getting newer and healthier bodies. They can now live hundreds of years but the planet’s climate time is running out.
“Hands on a Hardbody”
2800 Routh Street, Dallas
From September 25th to October 19th, Theatre Three will be showing “Hands on a Hardbody.” This is a musical story about ten Texans that are fighting to win a new truck. They must keep one hand on the truck while struggling to handle the scorching sun for days on end. The story looks at the characters getting a new lease on life.
“The Rocky Horror Picture Show”
2400 Flora Street, Dallas
The classic show “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is coming to Wyly Theatre from September 11th to October 19th. Joel Ferrell is the director. The story is about a night at the Annual Transylvanian Convention that is full of gender-bending humor, rock music, and alien transvestites.
“Bonnie & Clyde”
15650 Addison Road, Addison
From October 10th through November 2nd, you can experience Bonnie & Clyde at the WaterTower Theatre. The musical is about Bonnie and Clyde, two outlaws, in which Clyde rescues Bonnie from her job and the two head on to a killing spring.
Dallas-Fort Worth will be bringing back some classics and exploring some new, fun theater productions this fall. Make sure you get your tickets early before they sell out.