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by Lenise Willis

Greensboro College will present the unique Broadway musical, [title of show] Wednesday through Sunday in Annie Sellars Jordan Parlor Theatre on campus. Written by Jeff Bowen and Hunter Bell, the show is about two nobodies who decide to write a musical featuring themselves and their lady friends. The show, directed by Perry Morgan, includes some adult language and content, as well as vampire killing.

Universoul Circus performs in the Greensboro Coliseum’s parking lot now through Sunday. Tickets range from $15-$28 and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com. Also at the Coliseum on Sunday is Trans-Siberian Orchestra. See feature to left.

The Children’s Theatre of Winston- Salem will present Santa’s Enchanted Workshop, on Friday at 10 a.m. and noon, and Saturday at 11 a.m. All performances are by Theatre IV at the Arts Council Theatre. Featuring a singing robot, a dancing rag doll, and one of the silliest villains you’ll ever see, the musical tells the story of two children who set out to find Santa at the North Pole, but get trapped in a mysterious gas station by a blizzard.

Kernersville Little Theatre presents its special holiday duo-production Friday, Saturday and Dec. 6-9. Performing both Believe! and The Gift of the Magi, the theater has put together an evening performance full of sentiment and traditional Christmas music. Performances are at Main Street Baptist Church.

Also on Friday, in much different spirits, Theatre Alliance presents Sordid Lives Friday through Dec. 16. The “dark comedy about white trash” is one of the theater’s most popular plays. After a good Christian woman hits her head on the sink and bleeds to death, chaos erupts in the town of Winters, Texas.

Saturday, the Uptowne High Point Association and the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival join to present the sights and sounds of Christmas at the third annual “Uptowne High Point Holiday Stroll: A Dickens Christmas,” from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The familyfriendly event is free and open to the public.

There will be crafts for sale, children’s activities, Christmas music and more, including appearances by characters from NCShakes’ A Christmas Carol, as well as Santa and some of his elves.

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