2100 North Beltline Road., Mesquite, TX, US, 75150

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    The Features
    Club DadaNovember 02, 2014 8:00 PM
    2720 Elm Street
    Dallas, TX 75226
    When an American band is more popular in Europe than it is in the United States it typically says something about the group's music. Typically, groups that do well in Europe are a bit more keen to indulge in their fey side and are unbudgingly stoked to make sure that they are not looking to stoke the fire for any mid-westerners who are looking for subject material on their next conversation about how most modern rockstars are "just a bunch of fags." One group that has achieved greater success in England than it has in the U.S. is the Tennessee indie rock outfit The Features. The group has been at it since 1994 but has found little commercial success on its native soil. In Brittan, though, the group is quite popular and always is rewarded when throngs of fans show up to its U.K. tours.
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    The MeyersonNovember 02, 2014 2:30 PM
    2301 Flora Street
    Dallas, TX 75201
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    Dallas Opera: Salome
    Winspear Opera HouseNovember 02, 2014 2:00 PM
    2403 Flora Street
    Dallas, TX 75206
    Salomé is an adaptation by Oscar Wilde concerning the events preceding John the Baptist’s beheading. In this artistic version of the story, King Herod’s step daughter is enamored by John the Baptist, and tries to seduce him. When her endeavors are rebuffed, the girl approaches her stepfather asking for the prophet’s head. She gets her way by dancing for the king, ultimately inveigling him from sound judgment, and thus, ordering for John’s decapitation. Wilde’s play debuted in 1891, with the original version written in French.
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    Tennis | Pure Bathing Culture
    The LoftNovember 02, 2014 7:00 PM
    1135 South Lamar
    Dallas, TX 75215
    When listening to music created by the Denver, Colorado based band Tennis, images are conjured of sail boats, sun burns, white sand beaches and hammocks. The husband and wife's tunes have such a beach friendly sound that it's hard to think the group comes from such a landlocked city like Denver. The duo did spend eight months sailing around the Eastern Seaboard, though, so all of the inadvertent ocean references found in the group's music isn't unfounded. Tennis caught the attention of several critics in 2010 after it released a few singles as well as an EP and as the band's notoriety continues to grow, it will undoubtedly prove to be an interesting electronically infused surf rock act to track.
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    Shear Madness
    Theatre TooNovember 02, 2014 2:30 PM
    2800 Routh Street Suite 168
    Dallas, TX 75201
    Set in a local hair salon, "Shear Madness" is a rollicking whodunit with you, the audience, as a central character. When the salon's landlady is murdered at the outset, a laugh-a-minute blend of mystery and improvisational theater ensues, with audience members called upon to make sense of the clues, question the actors and, ultimately, solve the crime. This interactive global phenomenon's spontaneous humor and frenzied energy have kept it on stage at Boston's Charles Playhouse for more than 35 years. Now one of the world's longest running non-musical plays comes to Dallas.
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    House of BluesNovember 02, 2014 8:00 PM
    2200 North Lamar Street
    Dallas, TX 75202
    Bleachers is the indie pop project of singer/songwriter Jack Antonoff. Best-known as a member of Fun., Antonoff kept his side project under wraps until he dropped Bleachers's debut single "I Wanna Get Better," in 2014. Shortly after, he unleashed his full power pop sound on the full-length album, Strange Desire.
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