• The Hot Sardines Tonight
    Hill Performance Hall
    Tickets: $37-$52 (tickets)
    Friday, Jan. 19
    8 p.m.

    Fueled by the belief that classic jazz feeds the heart and soul, The Hot Sardines are on a mission to make old sounds new again and prove that joyful music can bring people together in a disconnected world. In the last two years, the group has been featured at the Newport Jazz Festival and the Montreal Jazz Festival, has sold out NYC venues from Joe’s Pub to Bowery Ballroom and more than 150 tour dates from Chicago to London.
  • Free Exhibit: “Pandora’s Cluster: Sensing Deep Space” 
    Bank of America Hall 
    Tickets: Free (reserve your space through Eisemann ticket office here)
    Through Feb. 4
    Enter and exit anytime 1-7 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays and 1-5 p.m. Sundays 

    Get an up close and personal look at Pandora’s Cluster, a galactic collision of several galaxy clusters located approximately 4 billion light-years away, through this multisensory installation that uses images captured via the James Webb Space Telescope along with a soundtrack created by audiovisual artist and composer Ben Heim. The installation is the collaborative work of a team of artists, scientists and technicians coordinated by Houston nonprofit SciArt Exchange, including staff and students from UT Dallas’ Physics Department and the UT Dallas Bass School of Arts, Humanities, and Technology’s ArtSciLab. Additional support provided by the Richardson Cultural Arts Commission and the City of Richardson. 
  • Last Weekend to See Pegasus Theatre’s “Death Express” 
    Bank of America Theatre 
    Tickets: $19-$49 (tickets
    Through Jan. 21
    8 p.m. Thursdays-Saturdays, with 2 p.m. matinees Saturdays-Sundays 

    Pegasus Theatre is onstage at the Eisemann Center for a few more days with its latest Harry Hunsacker adventure, presented in Pegasus’ trademarked Living Black & White technique. The madcap mystery finds Harry and his paid-by-the-hour friend and assistant, Nigel Grouse, trapped on a train bound for murder. Please note that due to the special effects in this performance, the theater is held at a cool temperature; audiences are advised to dress warmly.  

    Funded in part by the Richardson Cultural Arts Commission.
  • Common Thread Collective Art Exhibit Extended to Jan. 28 
    Green Mezzanine Gallery
    Admission: Free
    Through Sunday, Jan. 28
    10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday-Saturday and during all public events 

    Texas artists Michelle Noah, Leslie Montena and Lana Housewright, a. k. a. Common Thread Collective, bring watercolors, multimedia art, resin designs and more to this colorful show entitled, “People, Places, & Things.” 

    Website: Charles W. Eisemann Center (wfly.co)