• Shana Tucker Tonight
    7:30 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $42.
    The noted cellist/singer-songwriter delivers a unique voice through her self-described genre of ChamberSoul™, with strong hints of jazz, classical, soulful folk, acoustic pop and a touch of R&B. Tucker’s vocals and cello are featured on several studio and live recording projects by both independent and signed label artists and producers, and she has opened for internationally acclaimed artists including Norah Jones and the Blind Boys of Alabama
  • Moein Live in Concert Tonight

9 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $59-$189.
Nasrollah Moein Najafabadi, a.k.a. Moein, is an internationally acclaimed Iranian singer. Combining traditional and pop music, Moein has pioneered a genre of Iranian music centered around love and romance.

  • Dallas Ballet Company: “Variation Showcase” Feb. 22
    7 p.m. in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $10.
    Enjoy an evening of dance as Dallas Ballet Center’s Company students perform a variety of solos, duets and ensembles before a panel of adjudicators to gain performance experience and receive professional feedback. The pieces presented represent a number of dance disciplines including classical ballet, jazz, tap and contemporary.
  • Max Amini Feb. 22

8 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $35-$110.
Comedian Max Amini returns to the Eisemann Center with a brand new performance sure to bring plenty of belly laughs. Through an array of eccentric impressions and novel storytelling, Amini’s 2020 World Tour delivers a strong message about family ties, cultural trappings and social topics.

  • “Judy Moody & Stink” Feb. 23
    2:30 p.m. in the Hill Performance Hall. Tickets are $12-$22.
    Beloved children’s book characters Judy Moody and Stink come to life onstage in this hilarious adventure, which finds the dynamic brother-sister duo vying for fame. Their imperfect capers lead to fun, mystery, sibling rivalry, and, in the end, true friendship. Appropriate for children in grades K-6.
  • C.S. Lewis’ “The Great Divorce” Feb. 25-March 1
    7 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and Sunday, 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the Bank of America Theatre. Tickets are $49-$89.
    In this theatrical adaptation of Lewis’ book about heaven, hell and the choice between them, the characters take a fantastical bus trip from hell to the outskirts of paradise. Each receives an opportunity to stay or return to hell, forever divorced from heaven. The choice proves more challenging than imagined. Run time is 85 minutes, no intermission.

Unless otherwise noted, tickets/registration for Eisemann Center events are available at the Eisemann Center Ticket Office, 972-744-4650 and at www.eisemanncenter.com.