If you’re a Lady Gaga fan but can’t make it to the Super Bowl this Sunday, we have some live shows coming up right here in Dallas that you shouldn’t miss! We just need to know what you like about Gaga. Is it…
It’s no secret that the six-time Grammy winner can sing. If vocal chops impress you, you for sure need to see some opera. The Dallas Opera’s upcoming production of Madame Butterfly features some of the world’s best singers, and the classic show’s drama and beautiful costumes are sure to please any Gaga fan. Plus the lyrics are Italian – just like Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta herself.
Her dance moves?
Gaga can move. If you’ve spent hours watching her videos, you’ll go gaga over Doug Varone and Dancers. The show is “recognized for its vision, versatility, technical ability, storytelling, and sheer physicality” – sound familiar?
Lady Gaga is known just as much for her style as for her songs – and those are some of the most known bops on Earth. If you’re into her new Joanne era, you’ll immediately recognize the now-iconic denim cutoff shorts, blonde locks and microphone-as-an-accessory in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Hedwig doesn’t sing “Perfect Illusion” but does put a powerful voice and powerful emotions behind loud rock ‘n’ roll.
Like Gaga, Shakespeare is all about drama, drama, drama. Coming up is King Lear in March, followed by All’s Well That Ends Well, Love’s Labour’s Lost, The Tempest, then his sonnets.
We’ve seen Lady Gaga play the piano, guitar, drums – even keytar. If you’re into that kind of thing, Pink Martini features more than a dozen musicians who perform all over the world and draw inspiration from each place they visit. As their bandleader/pianist, Thomas Lauderdale, said, “If the United Nations had a house band in 1962, hopefully we’d be that band.”
Her social commentary?
Mother Monster likes to make a statement. Much like comedian Craig Ferguson, who you know from The Late Late Show and remember from The Drew Carey Show. Craig probably won’t wear a meat dress, but he’s sure to push the envelope.