Shakespeare in the Bar presents the winding romance “Cymbeline.” Performances are March 26 at The Wild Detectives and April 2 at Deep Ellum Art Co., however tickets go on sale March 2 at noon. Their last production sold out in 16 minutes so be ready. Tickets $7.
On March 1, the Nasher Sculpture Center presents the epic tale of Beowulf, performed by vocalist and Anglo-Saxon harp performer Benjamin Bagby. The production has its roots in the art of the bardic story-teller of early medieval England who would re-tell the story of Beowulfin song and speech, accompanying himself on a six-string harp. Student tickets $10.
March 3 at WaterTower Theatre see Movies That Should Be Musicals, a one-of-a-kind night of live music, dance and commentary. The movie is the classic romcom “My Best Friend’s Wedding,” now transformed into an entirely original production based on the cult-classic film. Tickets $10.
The Ginger Man is having a Charity Chili Cook-Off to benefit the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) of Texas. On March 3, there will be chili to sample, pups up for adoption, live music and more. Sign up your team to cook or simply enjoy taste testing.
Puddles Pity Party is coming to town on March 4. Puddles stunned audiences and judges on America’s Got Talent and is now an online sensation with millions of fans. He’s bringing his golden voice, melancholy and humor to Dallas. Tickets $30-$45.
On March 6, head to Dot’s Hop House for the Deep Ellum Brewing Company Beer Dinner, a collaboration four-course beer dinner between Deep Ellum Brewing Company, and chef Nick Wells of Dot’s Hop House. Peruse the full menu online then get your tickets: $40.