At the Eisemann Center:
- Mandy Patinkin Tonight
7:30 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $57-$67.
The acclaimed actor/singer/storyteller returns to the Eisemann Center in “Diaries,” a powerful evening of song with Adam Ben-David on piano. Patinkin performs many of his favorite Broadway and classic American tunes along with selections from his newest recordings, including compositions from Randy Newman, Stephen Sondheim, Harry Chapin and Rufus Wainwright.
- Plano Symphony Orchestra Jan. 18
8 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $28.25-$90.25 and available at www.planosymphony.org.
“Concert 5” of the PSO’s 2019-20 season features special guest Sharon Isbin, Grammy Award-winning classical guitarist and subject of PBS-TV’s documentary, “Sharon Isbin: Troubadour.”
- Broadway, TV Tap Stars Perform in “TAPN2TAP”
7:30 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $35-$55.
The flying feet of tap artists from Broadway, film, TV and the concert stage will share the legacy of tap dancing while showcasing what the future of tap is all about. Featured artists include Ted Louis Levy, Christopher Broughton, Elizabeth Burke, Derick Grant, Dianne Walker, Acia Gray and Brenda Bufalino.
- Last Weekend for Pegasus Theatre’s “The Color
8 p.m. tonight and Saturday with a 3 p.m. matinee Jan. 18-19 in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $24-$44, with special pricing for seniors, students, military, teachers and children.
Pegasus Theatre’s unique three-act Harry Hunsacker adventure, “The Color of Death!” features the group’s signature Living Black & White™ technique.
- Todd Mosby New Horizons Ensemble Jan. 23
7:30 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $45.
An American composer, guitarist and recording artist with immersive studies in traditional jazz, classical North India and classical composition, Todd Mosby masterfully embodies the musical philosophies and traditions found in each of these disciplines.
Unless otherwise noted, tickets to Eisemann Center events are available at the Eisemann Center Ticket Office, 972-744-4650 and at www.eisemanncenter.com.