Have you had enough of the winter blues? The days may be cold but that doesn’t mean you have to spend your nights in, as well. The Plano area is bustling with live shows, musical performances, and entertaining tours. So, if you’re looking for something to do, consider attending these live performances in Plano, Texas.
Paul Taylor Dance Company (February 9th)
Head to the Charles W. Eisemann Center for a spectacular evening with the Paul Taylor Dance Company. This phenomenal dance group was founded by Paul Taylor, an American cultural icon. His dancers have wowed audiences across the globe for decades. Prior to his death, Taylor set many of his most illustrious works to Debussy, baroque concertos, tango, and even medieval masses. So, mark your calendars for this not-to-be-missed performance. You can even make reservations for a pre-show buffet at the Prelude Cafe.
The Butler Did It: (Now until February 10th)
Grab a seat at a performance of The Butler Did It at Allen’s Community Theatre. You’ll love the theme for the 2019 season: “A Season to Die For – Mystery, Murder and Mayhem!” Coming up next will be the satiric and irreverent Musical Comedy Murders of 1940 in March and April. If you love community theater, you can also volunteer or become a member of the Allen Community Theatre Guild.
Love Is In The Air: A Revue (February 9th – February 16th)
You won’t want to miss this celebration of all forms of love at the Art Centre Theatre. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with ballads sung by the theater’s talented performers. Love Is In The Air also explores the other side of love: heartbreak, jealousies, and conflicts.
Find More Live Performances in Plano, Texas
All in all, fighting cabin fever is easy when you have access to the many live performances in Plano, Texas.
No matter what your interests are, you’ll find plenty to keep you happy. For more information about living in Plano, contact us. We’d love to tell you more about life at Marquette at Preston Park and our vibrant community!Back to all posts