Do It Today: The Temptations, UT Spring Dance

The Temptations, w. The Four Tops Two of Motown’s signature acts during the label’s 1960s heyday, The Temptations and the Four Tops have scores of hits between them. Members have changed considerably over the years — especially with The Tempts — but the spirit of the music (and that goofy choreography) still holds. 8 p.m., Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater (Eric Snider)

University of Tampa Spring Dance Concert This concert of ballet, modern, jazz, hip-hop and tap dance features choreography by UT dance faculty (Susan Taylor Lennon, Phyllis Gaines, Linda Lopez and Richard Ploch) and alumni (Aleah King and Ericka Womack-Brown) as well as guests like Detroit Dance Collective founding director Paula Kramer, former Tampa Ballet and Chicago Lyric Opera dancer Bill Philin Ploplis, and NY-based choreographer Fadi Tavoukdjian. Feb. 19-21, 8 p.m. Thurs.-Fri., 2 and 8 p.m. Sat., David Falk Theater, Tampa, free admission.

Closing today:

Japan World Heritage Sites Photography Exhibition Forests, deserts, lakes, mountains, buildings, monuments, complexes and cities around the world have been classified as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. These 878 sites receive conservation status based on their importance to the common heritage of humanity. An international touring exhibit that looks at Japan World Heritage Sites is closing its stint today at USF, its first stop in the U.S. Acclaimed photographer Kazuyoshi Miyoshi presents 30 photo panels from a collection of 60 featuring Japan’s own important sites, including Kasuga-taisha Shrine in Nara and Tenryu-ji Temple in Kyoto. USF College of Business, BSN 3403, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, free admission. (Leilani Polk)

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