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Jubilee Theatre/Performing Arts Fort Worth Bass Performance Hall, 525 Commerce St., 817-212-4280, basshall.com

Jubilee started its season at Bass Hall and wraps things up at the grand venue with a musical that’s a time capsule of music — gospel, pop, R&B, disco — culture and the cutthroat entertainment industry of the time. The Broadway hit features local talent and design to give it a little Texas flair, including the collaborative direction of Jubilee’s D. Wambui Richardson and Steven A. Taylor. Aug. 11-14

Tiana Shuntae Alexander stars as Dolly in the Stolen Shakespeare Guild’s production of the musical. Photo by Jennifer Stewart

Hello Dolly

Stolen Shakespeare Guild Sanders Theater, 1300 Gendy St., 817-988-2058, stolenshakespeareguild.org

Fort Worth’s classical theater company delivers a midsummer musical directed by Lauren and Jason Morgan. Tiana Shuntae Alexander, a Dallas-based performer and teaching artist, brings her big smile and bigger pipes to the stage in the lead role of Dolly Gallagher Levi, a matchmaker, meddler and widow. Through July 31

Disney’s Frozen

Broadway Dallas Music Hall at Fair Park, 909 1st Ave., Dallas, 214-421-5678, broadwaydallas.org

Sing all the words to all the songs (because you have them memorized by now, right?) as this touring production makes a stop in Dallas. You’ll hear all those familiar tunes and more from the Tony and Oscar winner thanks to an expanded score by the film’s songwriters. July 20-Aug. 7

Mason Reeves plays Kristoff in the touring production of Frozen. Photo by Deen van Meer

Steel Magnolias

Casa Mañana 3101 W. Lancaster Ave., 817-332-2272, casamanana.org

Life in a small Louisiana town revolves around Truvy’s beauty shop, where wit and wisdom are dispensed along with cuts and color. There’s also a wedding, unexpected tragedy and friendships that grow and strengthen through good times and bad. July 23-31