Dance:

BILL T. JONES/ARNIE ZANE DANCE COMPANY presents Still/Here, a program examining how terminally ill people face their own mortality and celebrate survival. Fri & Sat, Feb 16 & 17, 8pm, $7-$40. McFarlin Auditorium, McFarlin & Hillcrest, Dallas. 214/528-5576.

Tue, Feb 20, 8pm. $8-$15. Lila Cockrell Theatre, 200 E. Market, San Antonio. 800/225-6516.

Fri & Sat, Feb 23 & 24, 8pm. $22-$32. Cullen Theatre, Wortham Theatre Center, 500 Texas Ave., Houston.
713/227-ARTS.

HOUSTON BALLET presents Cruel Garden, a bal-letic interpretation of the life of Federico Garcia Lorca, by Lindsay Kemp and Christopher Bruce, February 22-March 3; and Romeo and Juliet, the timeless tale of love choreographed by Ben Stevenson to Prokofiev's score, March 7-17, $10-75. Brown Theater, Wortham Center, Texas & Smith, Houston. 800/828-2787.


Music:

THE DALLAS OPERA presents Mozart's Don Giovanni. Feb 20-28, Tue, Fri, Wed, 7:30pm, Sun, 2pm. $20-225. Fair Park Music Hall, First & Parry, Dallas. 214/443-1000.

EL PASO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA performs Copland: El Salón México; Gershwin: Concerto in F for Piano and Orchestra; Schumann: Symphony No. 1 in B-flat, Opus 38. Gürer Aykal conducts. Feb 23 & 24, Fri & Sat, 7:30pm, $7.50-22.Abraham Chavez Theatre, Santa Fe & San Francisco, El Paso. 915/532-3776.

QUINK, the a cappella choir, performs works by Monteverdi, Poulenc, and Ravel. Mon, Feb 26, 8:15pm. Free. Warren Theatre, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, 6300 Ocean Dr., Corpus Christi. 512/994-2314.

THE SAN ANTONIO SYMPHONY will present Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat Major for Violin, Viola, and Orchestra, with Ani and Ida Kavafian on violin and viola, plus Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5 in B-flat Major; and the world premiere of Homenaje a César Chavez, by Alice Gomez. Christopher Wilkins conducts. Thu & Sat, Feb 15 & 17, 8pm. $11-43. Majestic Theatre, 224 E. Houston, San Antonio. 210/554-1010.

THE VIENNA CHOIR BOYS visit the Bayou City to perform works by Schubert, Mendelssohn, Copland, et al. Feb 16, Fri. $10-32. Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana, Houston.
800/828-2787.


Theatre:

ARMS AND THE MAN, G. B. Shaw's satire of war and romance, presented by the Dallas Theatre Center. Through Mar 10, Tue-Thu, Sun, 7:30pm, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sat & Sun, 2pm. $15-39. Kalita Humphrey Theater, 3636 Turtle Creek, Dallas.214/522-8499.

CAMINO REAL, Tennessee Williams' fantasia on death and the end of the line, staged by the Undermain Theatre. Raphael Parry directs. Through Mar 23, Wed & Thu, 7:30pm, Fri & Sat, 8:15pm. $10-16. Undermain Theatre, 3200 Main St., Dallas.214/747-5515.

DEATH OF A SALESMAN, Arthur Miller's masterpiece, starring Hal Holbrook, presented by Casa Mañana. Feb 27-Mar 3, Tue-Sat, 8pm; Sat & Sun, 2pm. $11-32. Casa Mañana, 3401 W. Lancaster, Fort Worth.817/332-2272.

I DREAM A WORLD, a drama by the McCall Neighborhood Center about 12 black women who have made contributions to the arts and sciences. Feb 16 & 17, Fri & Sat, 7pm. $5-10. Chamizal National Memorial Theatre, 800 S. San Marcial, El Paso. 915/566-2066.

THE YOUNG MAN FROM ATLANTA, one of Texan Horton Foote's most recent works and a Pulitzer Prize winner, produced by the Alley Theatre. Through Mar 16, Tue-Thu, Sun, 7:30pm, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sat & Sun, 2:30pm. $16-42. Alley Theatre, 615 Texas, Houston.713/228-8421.

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