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See a great show, take a fun class, get out of the office, share a special occasion – you can have it all here at the MPAC! Located in the heart of vibrant historic downtown McKinney, we offer a nonstop lineup of quality entertainment, classes for all ages, and unique, intimate spaces perfect for your next meeting or event.

111 North Tennessee Street
Mc Kinney,
TX
US

Listed as a don’t-miss event by the Plano Profile, Four Funny Females garners guffaws with its stars’ distinct takes on life. Showcasing four unique comic sensibilities, like the Beatles or Three Men and a Baby, the 90-minute standup show features a tech geek, southern belle, brash blonde, and off-kilter brunette commenting on an array of life experiences, from online dating and religion to talking squirrels. Laura Bartlett, producer and creator of the show, is joined onstage by Backdoor Comedy Club owner Linda Stogner and Improv's "Funniest Comic in Dallas" finalists Jodi Hadsell and Sherry Belle, ensuring that audiences are in fully qualified funnymaking hands.

111 N Tennessee St
McKinney,
TX
US

U Can-DANCE, Inc. is a non-profit organization promoting the performing arts including dance, acting and singing. We offer all types of dance lessons, as well as baton twirling. We offer both group classes and private lessons.

192 Industrial Blvd
McKinney,
TX
US

For more than 15 years, vocalist Edward K. Studio of Voice has been performing in front of audiences; he's sung before crowds in Italy, Bulgaria, Austria, and across the United States. During private vocal lessons, he helps others find the beauty in their own voice. His lessons emphasize the Bel Canto technique, which can be applied to any genre of music. Besides a better grasp of vocal techniques, students may reap another benefit from lessons—improved public-speaking skills.

705 Bray Central Drive
Allen,
TX
US

For a team named the Revolution, Texas's Indoor Football League squad has undergone a fitting number of changes. After spending 10 years in the now-defunct af2 league as the Arkansas Twisters, the team migrated to the Lone Star State in 2011, carrying hitchhikers on their backs along the way and becoming the Allen Wranglers. In 2013, the franchise adopted its current name while remaining in Allen, where it continues to draw standout prospects from many of the region's colleges, including the University of Texas, Texas Christian University, and the University of Oklahoma.

200 E Stacy Rd.
Allen,
TX
US