• Aristophanes’ “The Birds” May 13-14 with RHS Theatre Collective
    Richardson High School, Cliff McClelland Black Box Theater, 1250 W. Belt Line Rd. (enter through the “Fine Arts” door on west side of school)
    Admission: Free
    May 13-14
    7 p.m.

    Synopsis: Pithetaerus and Euelpides are finished with human society. Seeking to rid themselves forever of “annoying pests” such as poets, lawyers, philosophers and tax collectors, they flee the city. Seeing the free life of the birds, the two convince the birds to start a new city in the clouds. But, no sooner have the city walls been built than they are barraged by the same agents of bureaucracy that Pithetaerus and Euelpides were trying to escape, not to mention the Olympian gods themselves, who are not happy to have been dethroned by the birds.
  • Pearce Theatre presents “Cats: Young Actors Edition” May 13-14
    J.J. Pearce Auditorium, 1600 N. Coit Rd.
    Tickets: $20 (available here and at the door)
    May 13-14
    Friday at 6:30 p.m. and Saturday at 1 p.m.

    Pearce Theatre presents the new “CATS: Young Actors Edition,” a one-hour adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical specially tailored for young actors.
  • RHS Spring Concerts May 16-18
    Richardson High School Auditorium, 1250 W. Belt Line Rd.
    Admission: Free
    May 16, Legacy Jazz Concert, 6 p.m.
    May 17, Percussion Concert, 7 p.m.
    May 18, RHS Bands Spring Concert, 6 p.m.