Photo of “Bruises: Animals vs. Machine” courtesy of PrismCo

PrismCo dance company opens a piece called “Bruises: Animals vs. Machine” Friday at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center. The piece stages an MMA fight between two women. Here’s the description: “Through a brutally soulful blend of fighting and dance, secrets are revealed and past wounds are re-opened in this awe-inspiring wordless piece.” The performance is free, but you should reserve a seat. The show runs through April 8.

Little D Markets’ Commerce Street night market is from 6-10 p.m. Friday at 444 W. Commerce.

Gringo Star performs a free show at The Foundry Saturday.

Bruce Robison performs at The Kessler Saturday for his album release party.

The Texas Theatre screens a 35-mm print of “Barry Lydon” Saturday with a live overture and intermission performed by Curtis Heath and friends. Oak Cliff’s own Jacob Metcalf performs after the movie.