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mar 29

Lazy Cats Art Benefit Show The Flatiron; 221 Summit Ave., Greensboro; visit Flatiron on Facebook; 6:30 p.m.-1:30 a.m.; $5

Photographer and professional nice guy Chris Lubinski is having some emergency surgery coming up and talented Greensboro artists are lending their musical skills to promote the cause and raise money to help Chris out. Come out and hear some great local music for an even greater cause. Performers include Matty Sheets, Megan Jean, Molly McGinn, David Wimbish, Emily Stewart (all performing with their bands), Lauren Boswell, Laila Nur, and more. Purrrlesque will also be providing additional entertainment. All proceeds will go to benefit Chris’s upcoming medical bills.

Wed., Mar 28

CoLAB: A New Media Program

Elsewhere Artist Collaborative; 606 S. Elm St., Greensboro; www. elsewhereelsewhere. org; 4:30-6:30 p.m.;

Elsewhere is launching CoLAB (Collaborative Laboratory), an after-school education platform for interactive media and learning. Participants will learn how to edit and make small films, record and mix music, and broadcast live on the radio and conduct interviews with local community members.

Fri., Mar 30

A Moon for the Misbegotten Koury Hospitality Careers Center; 601 High Point Road, Jamestown; 336.887.3001; www.; 8:00 p.m.; $15

Eugene O’Neill’s companion piece to Long Day’s Journey Into Night, A Moon for the Misbegotten has been produced on Broadway five times as well as throughout the world. A memorable tale of the redemptive power of love, the play has been acclaimed as “one of the truly great tragedies written in our times.”

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Sat., Mar 31

Bunny Day Natural Science Center of Greensboro; 4301 Lawndale Drive, Greensboro; www.; 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Free w/ admission and/or membership

Bunnies, bunnies and more bunnies are hopping to the NSC for this event! Local rabbit breeders will display a wide variety of live rabbits, such as English Lops, New Zealand Giants and Satins for visitors to see and pet. Considering getting a rabbit for a pet? This is an excellent time to get your questions answered. In addition to the huge number of live rabbits, children will enjoy face painting, crafts, story-telling and a visit with the Easter Bunny!

Sun., April 1

The James Gregory Show Carolina Theatre; 310 S. Greene St., Greensboro; 336.333.2605; www.carolinatheatre. com; 8-10 p.m.; $25.50

For over two decades, the unforgettable caricature of veteran comedian James Gregory has stood grinning: his shirt un-tucked, his arms outstretched, a carefree welcome to a downhome, hilarious comedy experience. It’s storytelling at its best. Don’t miss “the funniest man in America” as he visits the Triad in this one-time 30th anniversary tour performance.

Mon., April 2

Laughter in the dark presents: little murders (1971) The Creative Center; 900 16th St., Greensboro;; 6:30-9 p.m.; FREE/donations accepted

Don’t miss your chance to see this rare black comedy film starring Elliott Gould and Marcia Rodd, directed by Alan Arkin. It is the story of a girl, Patsy (Rodd), who brings home her boyfriend, Alfred (Gould), to meet her severely dysfunctional family amidst a series of random shootings, garbage strikes and electrical outages ravaging the neighborhood.

Tues., April 3

Jeremiah Miller Exhibit Artworks Gallery; 564 N. Trade St., Winston- Salem; 336.723.5890; www.artworks-gallery. org; 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; FREE

The solitude of the landscape offers Miller the perfect arena to explore feeling about his familiar environment while celebrating the painting process. These large-scale paintings are an improvisational synthesis of emotional and intuitive responses to the forest and to the formal and serendipitous pleasures of painting.

Wed., April 4

Amy Funderburk: Images From the Otherworld Salem Academy & College; 601 S. Church St., Winston-Salem; 336.917.5313; 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.; FREE

Winston-Salem artist Amy Funderburk will exhibit new works from her visionary series, Images From the Otherworld. Through these paintings and accompanying photographs, she depicts her extraordinary experiences at sacred sites in Ireland and south England, as well as imagery derived from meditation. In these works, she explores the role of art, belief, and the power of positive thinking on the healing process.