Wednesday through Sunday is the last week of Triad Stage’s Abundance, a wild west tale about two mail-order brides and their dreams and adventures. The play is the last of Triad Stage’s Winston-Salem season until it continues in September.
Comedian Chris Wiles is at The Comedy Zone this weekend. The 28-year-old comic, actor and writer has a diverse style of comedy, including improve and more than 25 impersonations.
This is the last week of Community Theatre of Greensboro’s production of Fiddler on the Roof, a musical comedydrama, which ends on Sunday. The play centers on a man and his five daughters as he tries to instill and maintain his Jewish values and traditions.
Theatre Alliance’s Tarzan: The Stage Music al also continues this week, reenacting the classic story of a young boy raised by a family of gorillas. The play is rated PG for mild violence and continues this week through Sunday.
On Saturday, UNC Greensboro is hosting a live event with Indian film music.
The show at Recital Hall on campus will feature Bollywood and South Indian film songs.
Next week, Artistic Motion School of Arts in Greensboro is presenting its first-ever full dramatic production: Batten Down the Hatchlings. The full-length play is by Greensboro playwright Scott Icenhower and is based on a Native American tale. The one-night-only show will take place on Friday, May 22, at Greensboro Day School. Tickets are $5.
Coming in a couple of weeks is Twin City Stage’s last show of its 80 th season: Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike. The play, which depicts three sisters, one of which has escaped their hometown and returned with a boy toy, is for mature audiences only. Productions begin on May 29.
If you’d like to just check the theater out and see more of the behind-the-scenes magic, you can take a peek at the theater during its annual costume-shop sale this Saturday.
Other shows that should be on your radar for early summer is Kernersville Little Theatre’s Pajama Game, Open Space Café Theatre’s Bat Boy and Triad Stage’s Common Enemy. !