Dance:

BALLET FOLKLóRICO CHURUHUI presents regional Mexican dance and song with Mariachi Primavera. July 19-21, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sun, 2:30pm. $3. Chamizal National Memorial Theatre, 800 S. San Marcial, El Paso. 915/833-2958.

ENCANTO EN LA MISIóN, a program of traditional dances of Mexico and Spain performed by DanzaHispana and Mariachi Festival, with a special presentation of regional dances of Oaxaca by Banda Oaxaceña of Los Angeles. July 20, Sat, 8pm. By donation. Mission San José, Roosevelt Ave., San Antonio.210/822-2453.

Theatre:

CAMELOT, Lerner & Loewe's musical treatment of the legend of King Arthur. July 24-August 10, Mon-Sat, 8pm. $18-$29. Mary Moody Northen Amphitheatre, Galveston Island State Park, West Beach, off FM3005. 800/547-4697.

THE DRUMS OF SWEETWATER, a new drama by Houston playwright Thomas Meloncon, being given its world premiere by Main Street Theatre. July 18-August 18, Thu, 7:30pm; Fri & Sat, 8pm; Sun, 4pm. $10-15. Main Street Theater, 2540 Times Blvd., Houston.713/524-6706.

EVERY MAN HIS OWN FOOTBALL, a new musical by Pete Gooch and Little Jack Melody celebrating the radical art movement called dada in cabaret performances, presented by Hip Pocket Theatre. July 19-August 11, Fri-Sun, 9pm. $8-$14. Oak Acres Amphitheatre, 1620 Las Vegas Trail at 820 North, Fort Worth.
817/927-2833.

THE HOUSE ON MANGO STREET, the story by San Antonio author Sandra Cisneros adapted for the stage by Amy Ludwig. The tale explores a 12-year-old's dreams of becoming a writer while struggling with life in a tenement. Aug 8-18, Thu-Sat, 8pm, Sun, 3pm. $10. Guadalupe Theatre, 1301 Guadalupe St., San Antonio.
210/227-5867.

POOR SUPER MAN, Brad Fraser's tale of five young urbanites in search of love, produced by Theatre LaB Houston. Through August 4, Fri & Sat, 8pm, Sun, 6pm. $15-$18. 1706 Alamo,
Houston. 713/868-7516.

HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING, Frank Loesser's musical satire of Sixties corporate ambition. This touring production of the recent Broadway revival stars Ralph Macchio. August 6-18, Tue-Sun, 8pm, Sat & Sun, 2pm. Tickets: $7-$49. Fair Park Music Hall, First & Parry, Dallas. 214/691-7200.

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