Billy Crystal is at the Winspear tonight with his autobiographical one-man show '700 Sundays.'
MEET BILLY CRYSTAL: None of the epic productions at the Winspear piqued your interest yet? Consider the life of Billy Crystal, then, chronicled by the man himself in 700 Sundays, a one-man show Crystal's only doing in six cities on his fall tour. Find tickets here. 8PM.
DANCING QUEENS: What's better than the sublime footage of Greece in the new movie version of Mamma Mia!? If you watched the film for the music of ABBA, then tonight's Bass Hall show might make the cut. ABBA Mania plays all the hits with glitz to spare. Find tickets here. 7:30PM.
LORD OF THE FLIES: Echo Theatre revisits Lorraine Hansberry's What Use Are Flowers?, a tale about a clan of wild children who survived a nuclear holocaust and their relationship with the hermit that discovers them. This rarely staged play by Hansberry, who died of cancer at age 34 and produced the segragation-indicting A Raisin in the Sun (1959), is rediscovered as part of the group's Echo Reads series at Bath House Cultural Center. 7:30PM.