This week is your last chance to reminisce about the good ole days of March Madness. Triad Stage, in conjunction with UNCG theatre, finishes its run of Common Enemy this week through Sunday at The Pyrle in Greensboro.
Also continuing its drama-filled co medy this week through Sunday is Kernersville Little Theatre with Pajama Game, a play about a union strike at a pajama factory and a developing romance.
Wednesday through Friday, Community Theatre of Greensboro hosts Barefoot Bijou Summer Film Festival at its Starr Theater. The evening consists of a showcase of the works of North Carolina filmmakers, including The Carrington Event (40 min.), Modern War Gear Solid (41 min.), and the main feature, Hellphone.
Greensboro Performing Arts presents The Lion King, Jr. Friday through Sunday at the space on 2015 Pleasant Ridge Rd. The musical, complete with fabulous puppetry, is in celebration of the Broadway’s anniversary.
Saturday and Sunday, Community Theatre of Greensboro also presents Disney’s Peter Pan Jr. at its Starr Theater. Next week CTG will switch gears to the under-water drama in Disney’s The Little Mermaid Jr.
On Sunday, Twin City Stage also presents a youthful production, as the product of one of its summer camps. Theatre campers will present James and the Giant Peach. In total, the theater is hosting 21 theater camps this summer, through August, so check out more camps on their website. The theatre will also be soon hosting auditions for Is He Dead? Stay tuned for more information or visit twincitystage.org for details.
Next week, Drama Center of City Arts will present its production of Into the Woods, a play about the not-so-happilyever-after endings of fairy tales. Look for a feature next week with interviews of the young actors. !