At the Eisemann Center:
2351 Performance Dr., 75082

  • PSO: “Carnivals to Fantasies” Jan. 15
    Hill Performance Hall
    Saturday, Jan. 15
    8 p.m.

    The Plano Symphony Orchestra, with guest violinist Blake Pouliot, performs four selections including Dvořák’s “Carnival Overture” and Britten’s famous “Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra” that features the tone colors and capacities of the various sections of the orchestra.

  • TapN2Tap Jan. 16
    Hill Performance Hall
    Sunday, Jan. 16
    7 p.m.

    The RIFF Dallas tap festival, a multi-day workshop/learning event being held this weekend in Richardson for tap students and professionals, hosts an open-to-the-public show featuring tap pros from across the U.S. as well as select tap ensembles from California and Washington, D.C. (more information at

  • Last Chance to See Pegasus Theatre’s “Prime Time for Murder”
    Bank of America Theatre
    Tickets: $34-$44, with child and senior discounts offered
    Friday-Sunday through Jan. 16
    8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, with additional 2 p.m. shows offered Saturday and Sunday

    Pegasus Theatre wraps up its world premiere of the 21st Harry Hunsacker adventure, “Prime Time for Murder” this weekend, featuring Pegasus’ trademarked Living Black & White™ technique. 

Unless otherwise noted, tickets to Eisemann Center events are available at the Eisemann Center Ticket Office.

Call: 972-744-4650

At UT Dallas:

  • Virtual Lecture “The Righteous Among the Nations: People Like You and Me?” Jan. 19
    Free Register in advance by clicking here
    Wednesday, Jan. 19
    4 p.m.

    UT Dallas’ Ackerman Center for Holocaust Studies presents Beate Judith Wenker, head of the education department at the Jewish Interactive Museum in Santiago, Chile. Wenker will explain, among other aspects, the socioeconomic diversity of the almost 28,000 people recognized as “Righteous Among the Nations” (a title granted to non-Jews who risked their lives to help persecuted Jews survive the Holocaust). Trying to answer the question of whether the rescuers were “ordinary” people, the lecture briefly examines a few studies that aim at understanding the Righteous’ psychological profiles, which could shed light on the origins of their courageous and determined behavior.