Dance:

MUNTU DANCE THEATRE OF CHICAGO presents "African Visions," a program combining traditional dances of Africa with new pieces Sat., Jan 20, 8pm. $15. Carver Cultural Center, 226 N. Hackberry. San Antonio. 210/226-2891.


Music:

THE CORPUS CHRISTI SYMPHONY offers
"A Night in Vienna," featuring music by Johann Strauss. William Buhider conducts. Mon, Jan 22, 8:15pm. $8-23. Bayfront Plaza Auditorium, 1901 N. Shoreline, Corpus Christi. 512/882-2717.

THE DALLAS OPERA WINDS presents music by Mozart and Dvorak. Graeme Jenkins conducts. Sun, Jan 27, 3pm. Free. Dallas Museum of Art, 1717 N. Harwood, Dallas. 214/520-2787.

DALLAS SYMPHONY presents Mahler: Symphony No. 6 in A Minor. Andrew Litton conducts. Jan 25-28, Thu-Sat, 8:15pm, Sun, 2:30pm.
$9.50-53. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora, Dallas. 800/828-2787.

EL PASO PRO-MUSICA hosts the Sixth Inter-national Chamber Music Festival, with musicians from around the world playing works by Mozart, Mendelssohn, and others. Through Jan 21, Fri & Sat, 7:30pm, Sun, 2pm. $4-12. First Baptist Church, 805 Montana, El Paso. 915/532-7653.

HOUSTON SYMPHONY presents Glinka: Overture to Rusian and Ludmila; Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No. 1; Sibelius: Legends, with Garrick Ohlsson, piano. Robert Spano conducts. Jan 26-29, Fri & Mon, 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm. $10-55. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana, Houston. 800/828-2787.

THE SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY will present the world premiere of Five Mexican Paintings by Edward C. Garza, plus Hindemith: Symphony: Mathis der Maler; Davies: An Orkney Wedding, With Sunrise; Fiddle Concerto, with guest Mark O'Connor. Christopher Wilkins conducts. Thu & Sat, Jan 25 & 27, 8pm. $11-43. Majestic Theatre, 224. E. Houston, San Antonio. 210/554-1010.


Theatre:

AN INSPECTOR CALLS, J. B. Priestley's thriller, revived by the Royal National Theatre. Jan 23-28, Tue-Sat, 8pm, Sat & Sun, 2pm, Sun, 7pm. $18-42. Majestic Theatre, 1925 Elm, Dallas. 214/373-8000.

ANTONY & CLEOPATRA/JULIUS CAESAR, repertory productions of Shakespeare's two tragedies directed by and starring Vanessa and Corin Redgrave, produced by the Alley Theatre. Through Feb 11, call for times. $16-42. Alley Theatre, 615 Texas, Houston. 713/228-8421.

THE STERNHEIM PROJECT, a pair of satires by Carl Sternheim, presented by the Dallas Theatre Center. Through Feb 4, Tue-Thu, Sun, 7:30pm, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sat & Sun, 2pm. $15-39. Kalita Humphrey Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek, Dallas. 214/522-8499.

DAMN YANKEES, the musical of a ball player who deals with the Devil, in the national touring production starring Jerry Lewis as Old Scratch. Through Jan 21, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sat & Sun, 2pm, Sun, 7:30pm. $33.50-47.50. Majestic Theatre, 212 E. Houston, San Antonio. 800/215-7469.

THE JOHN DOE VARIATIONS, a comedy about amnesiacs. Through Feb 25, Fri & Sat, 8:15pm, Sat, 3pm, Sun, 3:15pm. $8-14. Jubilee Theatre, 506 Main, Fort Worth 817-338-4411.

MY CASTLE'S ROCKIN', a musical about the life of blues legend Alberta Hunter, presented by Circle Theatre. Through Feb 10, Thu, 7:30pm; Fri, 8pm; Sat, 4 & 8:30pm. $12-18. Circle Theatre, 230 W. Fourth, Fort Worth. 817/877-3040.

TOBACCO ROAD, Erskine Caldwell`s novel of down-and-outers adapted for theatre, produced by Theatre Three. Through Feb 11, Tue-Sat, 8:15pm, Sat & Sun, 2:30pm, Sun, 7:30pm. $13.50-25. 2800 Routh, Dallas. 214/871-3300.

WITH AND WITHOUT, Jeffrey Sweet's comedy about relationships, presented by Main Street Theatre. Through Feb 4, Wed & Thu, 7:30pm; Fri & Sat, 8pm; Sun, 4pm. $10-15. Main Street Theater, 2540 Times Blvd., Houston. 713/524-6706.

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