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Stage Notes: Broadway returns to Theatre Arlington; review of T3’s ‘Next to Normal’

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The cast of Theatre Three’s ‘Next to Normal.’ (Courtesy photos) Stage Notes is a weekly aggregate post about theater, classical music and stage news, events, reviews and other pertinent information. Opening this week: Rover Dramawerks: Lobby Hero, opened Thursday-June 24.

Kitchen Dog Theatre: The 25th annual New Works Festival: The Last Truck Stop, opened Thursday-June 25 at Trinity River Arts Center.

Mesquite Arts Center: Four Old Broads, opened Thursday-June 25. Art Centre Theatre: Bo’s Comedy Show, today and Saturday. TITAS/DANCE UNBOUND: Ballet BC, today at the Winspear Opera House.

Bruce Wood Dance: Grace, Saturday and Sunday at Moody Performance Hall. Onstage in Bedford: Catfish Moon, today-June 25. Dallas Symphony Orchestra: Parks Concerts series, 8:15 p.m.

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