Catch this cult classic when it returns to the big screen for one night only. The film version of the Chuck Palahniuk book stars Edward Norton and Brad Pitt.
Studio Movie Grill, 11170 N. Central Expressway, 214.361.2966, studiomoviegrill.com, $3
Echo Theater opens its 19th season with this Pulitzer-Prize-winning play. It features guest director Christi Vela and Dallas-based actors Amber Devlin and Jessica Cavanagh.
The Bath House Cultural Center, 521 E. Lawther, 214.904.0500,
Jewish Film Festival
The Jewish Community Center of Dallas and the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs bring us a month of films at three theaters in our area. The showcase includes documentaries and narrative features, all focused on issues related to Judaism. Take “Fire Birds,” a thriller about a detective trying to solve a murder that leads him into a secret society of Holocaust survivors, which won 10 Ophir Awards.
Various locations, 214.739.2737, jccdallas.org, $12 per screening or $100 for a film festival pass
You may not know his name, but you have likely heard his music, most notably his song “The Kid” that was recorded by David Wilcox, Peter, Paul and Mary, and Cry, Cry, Cry. Buddy Mondlock has written songs for the likes of Janice Ian and Guy Clark, and brings his own musical showcase for an 8 p.m. performance. Kevin So will open.
Uncle Calvin’s Coffeehouse, 9555 N. Central Expressway, 214.363.0044, unclecalvins.org, $15-$18
Sept. 16-Oct. 23
All of Dr. Seuss’ most beloved characters, from Cat in the Hat to Horton the Elephant, share one stage in this beloved musical. Performances run Friday through Sunday, with an ASL performance on Sept. 25 and a sensory friendly show on Oct. 15.
Dallas Children’s Theater, 5938 Skillman, 214.740.0051, dct.org, $22-$28
Celebrate the long-lasting legacy of the Dark Knight during this fun literary event. There will be trivia, coloring and more at 2 p.m.
Barnes & Noble Lincoln Park, 7700 W. Northwest Highway, 214.739.1124, barnesandnoble.com, free
‘Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters’
Head over to the library for a lively performance from the Dallas Children’s Theater at 3:30 p.m. The African tale looks at concepts of beauty, inside and out, and is suitable for those ages 7 and up.
Audelia Library, 10045 Audelia Road, dallaslibrary.org, 214.670.1350, free
It might not feel like it yet, but it’s pumpkin season. Catch the 1-acre Pumpkin Village featuring America’s favorite squash at the Dallas Arboretum.
Dallas Arboretum, 8525 Garland, 214.515.6500, dallasarboretum.org, free with admission