‘Dracula’ bites at the Pantages
For a Valentine’s treat with a bite, L.A. Theatre Works brings “Bram Stoker’s Dracula” to the Pantages Theater. Told in the style of a live radio play, this version of the classic vampire tale combines technology and audio theater to explore themes of good and evil in us all.
3 p.m. Sunday. $19-$69. Pantages Theater, 901 Broadway, Tacoma. 253-591-5894, broadwaycenter.org.
Cello chocolates at Second City
Never miss a local story.
Savor some romantic cello treats as Julian Schwartz and pianist Maria Bournaki play Schumann, Poulenc, Strauss and more for Second City Chamber Series.
4 p.m. Sunday. $25 adult; $23 senior, student and military; free ages 18 and younger. First Lutheran Church, 524 S. I St., Tacoma. 253-572-8863, scchamberseries.org.
Revels’ Valentine’s Day square dance
Dress in your finest hats and skirts and join the Puget Sound Revels, along with the Lucky Shots Stringband, for a Valentine’s Square Dance. Expert Charmaine Slaven (the dancing mandolin player in the 2014 Appalachian show) will teach and call the dances, making it easy for all ages.
‘A Fish Called Wanda’ at The Grand Cinema
The Grand Cinema’s Science on Screen series gets sexy (and silly) this weekend for a Valentine’s Day edition. Watch John Cleese, Kevin Cline and Jamie Lee Curtis in the classic romance-farce “A Fish Called Wanda,” then hear from University of Puget Sound biologist Dr. Peter Wimberger about the evolution of attraction while sampling Tease chocolates.
4-6:15 p.m. Sunday. $10. The Grand Cinema, 606 S. Fawcett Ave., Tacoma. 253-572-6062, grandcinema.com.