We have a question for you, folks. Were you ever lucky enough to watch Planet Earth on the Discovery Channel? It was an 11-part series about--you guessed it--Earth, split up into multiple parts to give viewers a chance to see everything from mountains to oceans to jungles to deserts to the icy parts of the world. It offered an amazing look at animals in their natural habitat, locations that have never been filmed before, forests and plant survival, unique cave creatures and way more. We're not doing it any justice by simply describing it to you, but know this--it blew our effin' minds away. This is something you have to watch yourself, and you can actually do that this Friday and Saturday at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, 2301 Flora St, where you can catch Planet Earth Live backed with what they describe as "acoustical perfection." For nature geeks like us, it feels like Christmas came early this year. You'll get to see the deep blue sea, exotic deserts and more in high-definition on the big screen with Emmy-winning composer George Fenton conducting the whole thing. For showtimes and ticket prices, call 214-692-0203 or visit dallassymphony.com.
Fri., June 25, 7:30 p.m.; Sat., June 26, 7:30 p.m., 2010