Stoners, former stoners and people who wish they were stoners were ourselves' first guess, but we called Steve Monistere, president of show producer Parmount's Original, to check.
"You have 14-year-olds and 54-year-olds and everything in between," he said. "We do great in Dallas."
Who says Dallas doesn't have much culture? (Don't answer that, silly. It was a rhetorical question.)
The latest show, which comes to The Majestic Theatre on Friday, is billed as "the longest-running and most successful touring rock multimedia show in history," which puts it at the top of a very short list, one imagines. Nevertheless, the current incarnation offers not only flashing lights and soporific pretentious pseudo-rock, but for the first time will present new 3-D technology and Dark Side of the Moon synched to the movie The Wizard of Oz. Special 3-D glasses are included in the ticket price, but bring your own snacks--for later, when the munchies hit.