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The Bodyguard  
Music Hall at Fair Park The Bodyguard
 
Grammy nominated artist and musical star Deborah Cox will be bringing London's West End musical to the United States on its inaugural national tour! Based on the 1992 movie starring the late, great Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, this musical follows a charged star-crossed love story between a soul diva and her personal bodyguard in the face of constant danger.
   
Hit the Wall  
Art Centre Theatre Hit the Wall
 
With the help of a howling live rock band, Hit the Wall brings you back to the very flashpoint of the famed 1969 riot that's considered the first major battle in the modern gay-rights movement. Ike Holter's riveting and vividly staged play centers on a diverse group -- including an African-American drag queen, a butch lesbian, a fiercely funny gay duo and a bigoted, gay-bashing cop, among others -- as a joyful evening at a gay nightclub is brutally interrupted by a police raid that touches off days of violent protests. Witness the drama unfold at the Addison Theatre Centre near Dallas.
   
Menopause The Musical  
Eisemann Center - Bank of America Theatre Menopause The Musical
 
Las Vegas' longest-running scripted show, Menopause The Musical has been seen by more than 11 million women worldwide! This joyful musical parody tells the tale of four ladies with nothing in common except a certain black lace bra. They meet by chance at a lingerie sale in a department store and end up poking fun at their woeful hot flashes, forgetfulness, mood swings, wrinkles, night sweats and chocolate binges. With classic tunes from the '60s, '70s and '80s moving the action along, these diverse women in Menopause The Musical create a sisterhood as they realize that menopause is a shared experience. Be there when the show comes alive at the Eisemann Center's Bank of America Theatre in Richardson.