11/7-8: Let's Pretend

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    LONDON - SEPTEMBER 20: An item offered for sale by auction at Bonhams, from the Fortnum & Mason store, is pictured on September 20, 2007 in London. The sale, including old Alice in Wonderland window displays, will raise funds to be reinvested in the refurbished Fortnum & Mason premises in time for its 300th anniversary. (Photo by Sebastian Meyer/Getty Images)

    FUNKY CHICKEN: Emmy winner David Chicken takes his super interactive, party-hardy act to Lakewood Theatre Saturday. If you can't file Chicken's music under That Which You Actually Like, amuse yourself by guessing how much that custom winged guitar and bejeweled pair of shorts cost the UNT grad and entrepreneurial success. A route to tickets is here. 11AM.

    ALICE AT TEA: Efficient planners will gather 'round the table with the Queen of Hearts, the Cheshire Cat, the Tweedle-twins and their constituents before a matinee of Alice and Wonderland fashioned by the theatre department at Marcus High School in Flower Mound. The Mad Tea Party with the characters goes down at 1PM Saturday; now's too late to make reservations, but you can see the show after the party at 2:30PM, again at 7:30PM or Sunday at 2:30PM.

    SPOONFUL OF SUGAR: We're not sure which is weirder: the fact that you can actually see bona fide Von Trapps perform with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra at Bass Performance Hall, or that the handlers of these great-grandchildren of Captain and Maria Von Trapp let the budding singers go by JAMS. Get a definitive answer to the ol' is November-too-early-for-Christmas-songs question Saturday at 8PM or Sunday at 2PM. Tickets are available here.